It goes without saying that these are unprecedented times. The pandemic has hit us very hard as a business but we've adapted where we can and are continuing to offer services as and when possible within the confines of the current government guidance and with all appropriate health and safety measures in place such as shielding, social distancing, etc, along with regularly updated risk assessments to accompany each activity available upon request.


Professional filming and photography is still permitted to go ahead. School bookings can be made as and when schools are in session as per  national lockdown restrictions whereas home visits for animal encounters are available only as per national and local lockdown and "Tier" restrictions, for example rule of 6 or single households only.

Where we have been permitted to make home visits with animals we've adapted our sessions to adhere to current guidelines and make the encounters safe while still allowing an up close and personal experience with the animals where possible. We have also reduced our prices at this time to reflect the compromises we're all having to make and to try and create services accessible to everyone.

Now available for all occasions we are offering interactive Zoom sessions online! This is proving to be a popular and effective compromise for both interactive virtual animal encounters for children experiencing lockdown birthdays/home schooling as well as connecting with students and professionals for conference and guest lecturing purposes, streaming live from our "home studio"!


Get in touch to find out more and we'll send you our regularly updated information documents on booking at this time.

If you would like to help support us with the care and upkeep of the animals you can send something from our Amazon Wishlist. We have been overwhelmed by the generosity we have received and so very grateful for the continued help from our supporters during these difficult times- Thank you all!

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