Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park
Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park is located on the Pershore Road, just two miles from the City Centre. It is home to a wide range of animals and endangered species.
The park is a full member of BIAZA (British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquaria) and full members of EAZA (European Association of Zoos and Aquaria). Through these associations, the park is a proactive participant in a number of high profile European Endangered species Programmes. Some species like Aloatran Gentle Lemurs, Yellow Breasted Capuchin Monkeys, Northern Bald Ibis, Utila Island Iguanas, Cotton Topped Tamarins are critically endangered in the wild. The park also undertakes various initiatives such as the ‘cans for corridors’ campaign to help raise awareness of the plight of certain species and their habitats. The parks new name (previously Birmingham Nature Centre) reflects the fact that it is now focused on helping to save endangered species through involvement in the EEP captive breeding programmes and highlight the plight of the world’s biodiversity through signage, educational talks and campaigns.
Whether you are interested in animal conservation or just having a fun day out with the family, Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park offers something for everyone. Come and see the exciting and fun animals. We’re nearer than you think!
How to reach us
Summer (commencing the first week of April) 10.00am - 5.00pm, last admission 4.00pm. Winter (commencing the last weekend of October) 10.00am - 4.00pm, last admission 3.00pm
Address: Pershore Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B5 7RL
0121 464 8728