These photos are from various wildlife centres and zoo's. Below is some information about these centres, the images can be viewed from the menu on the left.
Part of the John Aspinall charity group, Howletts nr Canterbury Kent Is home to many endangered species including Elephants, Rhino, tigers and Gorrillas.
Howletts was setup to protect and breed these species and where possible return them to their natural inhabitat.
Eagle Heights in Eynsford is one of the UK's largest Bird of Prey Centres, they have approximately 150 birds, many of which are being breed at the centre.
There are daily flying displays which showcase a number of these magnificent birds.
WHF (Wildlife Heritage Foundation)
The WHF in Smardon nr Ashford is a UK based charity working to ensure the protection of endagered big cats. They have a very succesfull breeding program which are used to further boost the population of these big cats.
Although not open to the general public like a zoo they do hold a number of Ranger Days, Big Cat Encounters and Photography Days throughout the year.
Wingham Wildlife Park
Located just outside the village of Wingham between Canterbury and Sandwich Wingham Wildlife Park is home to many species of wild animals from otters, penguins, and various waterfowl. A great day out for all the family.