Beale Wildlife Park needs your help and support!

by Beale Wildlife Park in Lower Basildon, England, United Kingdom

Beale Wildlife Park needs your help and support!

£2,062

 
Gift Aid
+ est. £407.50
£5,000 target 22 days left
41% 88 supporters
Flexible funding – this project will receive all pledges made by 25th March 2021 at 12:47pm

We need your help in caring for our animals over the next few months. Please donate as little or as much as you can.

by Beale Wildlife Park in Lower Basildon, England, United Kingdom

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The COVID-19 pandemic has created a challenging set of circumstances for us all. As a wildlife park, and a charity, our income relies solely on visitors like you, coming through our doors each day and enjoying the unique experience of our animals, gardens and play areas.

2020 was a tough year and whilst we hope to be out of lockdown soon we are facing a huge shortfall. Though our doors are closed, work at the Park doesn’t stop.

Our brilliant team are working hard to feed and care for all of the animals in our care, but we still have to pay for food, heating, veterinary care and supplements.

In addition, due to the amount of rain recently, we are currently flooded and will need to repair damage.

We care for over 140 species of animals from our Carpathian Lynx, Meerkats, Asian Short-clawed Otters to many and varied species of mammals and birds.

As a charity we’re asking for any donations, big or small, to help feed our wonderful animals. Your help will ensure that we can continue our mission of protecting animals and encouraging our visitors to discover more about the natural world.

Thank you!

Rewards

This project offers rewards in return for your donation.

£15 or more

Care for our zebras for the day

Care for Kelsie and Zena for the day. This covers their food, enrichment and other costs. These two beautiful zebras arrived in August 2020 - Zena is the youngest and Kelsie has had in interesting life and was a circus zebra before being rescued a few years ago. We'll also give you a shout out on our Facebook page.

£5 or more

Care for our Great Grey Owl for the day

Our Great Grey Owls are some of the largest bird species we have here in the Park. Their large facial disc makes them look very distinctive but also has a practical use as they directs sound to feather covered ear openings, providing them with super sensitive hearing. We'll also give you a shout-out on our Facebook page.

£10 or more

Feed our capybaras for the day

Spend £10 to feed our capybaras for a whole day! They love to eat and we love feeding them. They are so popular with our visitors and have such amazing characters. We'll also give you a shout out on our Facebook page.

£10 or more

Care for our mob of meerkats for the day

Our mob of meerkats are one of the most popular animals in the park. This gang are full of character and fun and love to keep watch, huddle together when it's cold and lay in the shade when it's hot. We'll also give you a shout out on our Facebook page.

£10 or more

Care for our family of Asian Short-clawed Otters

Rupert, Matilda and their son Wilfred just love to play in their enclosure enjoying the water and keeping an eye on visitors. We'll also give you a shout out on our Facebook page.

£15 or more

Care for Finn our Carpathian lynx for the day

Finn is a real character. Just 15 months old he is a young male Carpathian lynx who has settled in brilliantly to the park. Caring for him for the day will cover his food and enrichment which is all about smells and things for him to discover. When he is a little older we hope to find him a mate. We'll also give you a shout out on our Facebook page.

£3,000 or more

Feed all of our animals for a month

With over 140 species of birds and animals, this generous gift will feed them all for one month. As a thank you, you and three others of your friends or family will spend a day with our animal team discovering more about our collection and, if possible, you can also have a go at feeding or taking part in enrichment opportunities.

Let's make 'Beale Wildlife Park needs your help and support!' happen

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