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  1. Talli

    Talli Well-Known Member

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    I added about 30 more places to my UK list last month (not bad, I think for 3 weeks in the country which also included a conference and visiting a few friends). So, here is my UK list:
    Whipsnade Zoo Dunstable Bedfordshire
    Durrell (Jersey) Zoo Jersey Channel Islands
    South Lakes Wild Animal Park Dalton-in-Furness Cumbria
    Trotters World of Animals Keswick Cumbria
    Lakeland Aquarium Lakeside Cumbria
    Lake District Coast Aquarium Maryport Cumbria
    Buckfast Butterflies & Otter Sanctuary Buckfastleigh Devon
    Combe Martin Wildlife & Dinosaur Park Combe Martin Devon
    Ilfracombe Aquarium Ilfracombe Devon
    Paignton Zoo Paignton Devon
    National Marine Aquarium Plymouth Devon
    Shaldon Zoo Shaldon Devon
    Exmoor Zoo South Stowford Devon
    Dartmoor Zoo Sparkwell Devon
    Living Coasts Torquay Devon
    Bournemouth Oceanarium Bournemouth Dorset
    Monkey World Wareham Dorset
    Weymouth Sea Life Centre Weymouth Dorset
    Colchester Zoo Colchester Essex
    Blue Reef Aquarium - Bristol Bristol Gloucestershire
    Bristol Zoo Bristol Gloucestershire
    Noahs Ark Zoo Farm Wraxall Gloucestershire
    New Forest Wildlife Park Ashurst Hampshire
    New Forest Reptile Centre Lyndhurst Hampshire
    Blue Reef Aquarium - Portsmouth Portsmouth Hampshire
    Liberty's Owl Raptor & Reptile Centre Ringwood Hampshire
    Paultons Park Romsey Hampshire
    Marwell Wildlife Winchester Hampshire
    Paradise Wildlife Park Broxbourne Hertsfordshire
    Amazon World Zoo Park Arreton Ilse of Wight
    Isle of Wight Zoo Sandown Isle of Wight
    Seaview Wildlife Encounter Seaview Isle of Wight
    Howletts Wild Animal Park Canturbury Kent
    Tropical Birdland Desford Leicsestershire
    Twycross Zoo Twycross Leicsestershire
    Horniman Museum Forest Hill London
    London Sea Life Centre London London
    London Zoo London London
    Cotswold Wildlife Park Burford Oxfordshire
    Edinburgh Zoo Edinburgh Scotland
    Blair Drummond Safari Park Stirling Scotland
    Tropiquaria Watchet Somerset
    Weston-Super-Mare Seaquarium Weston-Super-Mare Somerset
    Birdworld Farnham Surrey
    Drusillas Park Alfriston Sussex
    Brighton Sea Life Center Brighton Sussex
    Manor House Wildlife Park Tenby Wales
    Birmingham Nature Centre Birmingham West Midlands
    National Sea Life Centre Birmingham West Midlands
    Dudley Zoo Dudley West Midlands
    Longleat Safari Park Warminster Wiltshire
    Yorkshire Wildlife Park Doncaster Yorkshire
    Tropical Butterfly House Sheffield Yorkshire
     
  2. Maguari

    Maguari Never could get the hang of Thursdays. Premium Member

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    That's some pretty impressive zoo-ing! Would love to hear your thoughts on some of them.
     
  3. Maguari

    Maguari Never could get the hang of Thursdays. Premium Member

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    Back from a profitable week-and-a-bit in the Czech Republic - photos from the green collections below and my second visits to Prague, Brno and Olomouc to follow. ;)

    (also, the observant will notice I've slipped in Schoenbrunn Desert House after a debate during the trip about whether it counted separately to the main zoo concluded it did)

    New additions
    ** denotes closed collections.

    Austria
    Alpenzoo Innsbruck
    Safaripark Gänserndorf**
    Haus der Natur (Salzburg NHM)
    Haus des Meeres, Vienna
    Salzburg Zoo
    Tiergarten Schönbrunn, Vienna
    Wüstenhaus (Desert House) Schönbrunn, Vienna


    Belgium
    Antwerp Zoo
    Aquatopia
    Planckendael

    Czech Rep.
    Akva-Tera, Plzen
    Brno Zoo
    Brno Aquarium
    Crocodile Zoo, Protivín
    Dvůr Králové Zoo
    Hodonín Zoo
    Jihlava Zoo
    Zoo Ohrada
    Olomouc Zoo
    Ostrava Zoo
    Plzen Zoo
    Prague Zoo
    Zoo Park Vyškov
    Zoo Zlin


    Denmark
    Copenhagen Zoo
    Givskud Zoo

    France
    Champrepus Zoo
    Lyon Zoo
    Menez-Meur Animal Park
    Océanopolis
    Mulhouse Zoo
    Paris, Jardin des Plantes
    Paris, Vincennes** (closed for now, anyway)

    Germany
    Augsburg Zoo
    Berlin Tierpark
    Berlin Zoo
    Dortmund Zoo
    Aquazoo Düsseldorf
    Duisburg Zoo
    Gelsenkirchen (visited first as Ruhr-Zoo and then as ZOOM)
    Tierpark Gettorf
    Hagenbecks Tiergarten, Hamburg
    Hannover Zoo
    Serengetipark Hodenhagen
    Köln Zoo
    Krefeld Zoo
    Leipzig Zoo
    Lübeck Tierpark
    Lüneburger Heide Wildpark
    Magdeburg Zoo
    Allwetterzoo Münster
    Munich Zoo
    Neumünster Tierpark
    Nordhorn Zoo
    Nuremberg Zoo
    Osnabrück Zoo
    NiederRheinPark Plantaria**
    Poing Wildpark
    Rheine Zoo
    Rostock Zoo
    Schwarze Berge Wildpark
    Schwerin Zoo
    SeaLife Centre Berlin
    SeaLife Centre Munich
    SeaLife Centre Timmendorfer Strand
    Wilhelma Zoo, Stuttgart
    Niendorf-Timmendorfer Strand Bird Park
    Walsrode Bird Park
    Wuppertal Zoo

    Hungary
    Budapest Zoo
    Győr Zoo

    Rep. of Ireland
    Dublin Zoo

    Italy
    Bioparco Roma

    Malaysia
    Kuala Lumpur Bird Park
    Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park
    Zoo Negara

    Netherlands
    Amersfoort Zoo
    Apenheul
    Burgers Zoo Arnhem
    Artis
    Avifauna
    BestZoo
    Rotterdam Zoo, Blijdorp
    Emmen Zoo
    Wissel Zoo, Epe
    Harderwijk Dolphinarium
    Overloon Zoo
    Ouwehands Zoo, Rhenen
    Papagaaienpark/NOP, Veldhoven

    Poland
    Katowice Zoo
    Kraków Zoo
    Łódź Zoo
    Opole Zoo
    Poznań New Zoo
    Poznań Old Zoo
    Warsaw Zoo
    Wrocław Zoo

    Portugal
    ZooMarine

    Slovakia
    Bratislava Zoo

    Spain
    Barcelona Aquarium
    Barcelona Zoo
    Empordá Zoo
    Sobrestany Animal Park

    Sweden
    Malmöhus Museum Aquarium and Terrarium

    Switzerland
    Basel Zoo
    Tierpark Lange Erlen
    Zürich Zoo

    United Kingdom
    Amazon World
    Amazonia (Motherwell)
    Anglesey Bird World
    Anglesey SeaZoo
    Arundel Wildfowl and Wetland Centre
    Banham Zoo
    Battersea Park Children's Zoo
    Birdland
    Birdworld
    Birmingham Nature Centre
    Blackbrook Zoo
    Blackpool Tower Aquarium
    Blackpool Zoo
    Blair Drummond Safari Park
    Blue Planet Aquarium
    Blue Reef Aquarium (Bristol)
    Blue Reef Aquarium (Newquay)
    Bodafon Farm Park and Bird of Prey Centre
    Bristol Zoo
    British Wildlife Centre
    Camperdown Wildlife Centre
    Cardigan Island Farm Park (just about enough exotics to count)
    Cheshire Waterlife and Falconry Centre
    Chessington Zoo (World of Adventures if you insist)
    Chester Zoo
    Chestnut Centre
    Colchester Zoo
    Welsh Mountain Zoo, Colwyn Bay
    Cotswold Falconry Centre
    Cotswold Wildlife Park
    Cricket St Thomas Wildlife Park
    Amazona Zoo, Cromer
    The Deep
    Tropical Butterfly House, Dinnington
    Drayton Manor Park
    Dudley Zoo
    Edinburgh Zoo
    Exmoor Zoo
    Fife Animal Park
    Five Sisters Zoo Park
    Flamingoland
    Gauntlet Falconry Centre
    Gentleshaw Wildlife Centre
    Grangewood Zoo**
    Hamerton Zoo Park
    Harewood House Bird Garden
    Heythrop Zoo
    Highland Wildlife Park
    Hoo Farm
    Howletts Wild Animal Park
    Isle of Wight Butterfly Centre
    Jersey Zoo
    Knowsley Safari Park
    Lakeland Wildlife Oasis
    Lakemore Country Park Animal Kingdom**
    Lakes Aquarium
    Linton Zoo
    Liverpool Museum Aquarium and Bug House
    Living Coasts
    Loch Lomond Falconry Centre
    London Zoo
    London Aquarium
    Longleat Safari Park
    Lotherton Hall Bird Garden
    Mablethorpe Animal Gardens
    Manor House Wildlife Park
    Marwell Zoo Park
    Matlock Bath Aquarium
    Natureland Skegness
    National Bird of Prey Centre, Newent
    Newquay Zoo
    Noah's Ark Zoo Farm
    St David's Oceanarium**
    Paignton Zoo
    Paradise Wildlife Park (Broxbourne)
    Paradise Park (Hayle)
    Paultons Park
    Pili Palas
    Port Lympne Zoo Park
    Rays Farm
    Rhyl SeaQuarium
    Riber Castle Wildlife Park**
    Sandown Zoo, Isle of Wight
    Rare Species Conservation Centre, Sandwich
    Seaview Wildlife Encounter (Flamingo Park)
    Shaldon Zoo
    SeaLife Centre Birmingham
    SeaLife Centre Blackpool
    SeaLife Centre Brighton
    SeaLife Centre Gt. Yarmouth
    SeaLife Centre Loch Lomond
    Shepreth Wildlife Park
    Slimbridge Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre
    National Seal Sanctuary, Gweek
    South Lakes Wild Animal Park
    Palms Tropical Oasis, Stapeley
    Stepaside Wildlife Park**
    Stonham Barns Falconry Centre
    Suffolk Wildlife Park ('Africa Alive')
    Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens
    Tilgate Nature Centre
    Tropical Wings Zoo
    Tropical World, Leeds
    Twycross Zoo
    Waddesdon Manor Aviary
    West Midlands Safari Park
    Wetlands Wildlife Park
    Whipsnade Zoo
    [email protected]**
    Wildwood Trust
    Windsor Safari Park**
    Wingham Wildlife Park
    Woburn Safari Park
    Yorkshire Wildlife Park

    United States
    Grand Canyon Deer Park
    Living Desert
    Oakland Zoo
    San Diego Wild Animal Park
    San Diego Zoo
    SeaWorld CA
     
  4. Talli

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    Well, this might not be the right thread, but let's see,

    Dartmoor Zoo - as I drove in, I realized I had been there before under the old ownership. I read the book about it last year, so wanted to see it this trip. My scooter wouldn't climb parts of it, but other than that, I liked the changes. I happened to go by Ben, the owner and asked him about accessibility - he said the quote he got was over 100,000 pounds to put down tarmac! I can see why he couldn't do it first. He also mentioned that the TV series is going to Australia, so I hope it'll get to the US, and that there's going to be a movie made from the book.

    Shaldon Wildlife Trust - I'm pretty impressed at what's been done in such a small space. The new part has a great feel with a sense of discovering new treasures around every corner. Unfortunately, the old part has quite a few stairs. I can do stairs, but my knees don't appreciate it! I don't see them being able to change it, though. I got my first good look at a gentle lemur - I know zoo people aren't supposed to be affected by cute, but they really are!

    Exmoor Zoo - I really enjoyed this zoo - I don't know if it was just my timing, but I got some great looks at the maned wolf. Could use some more graphics, though, since they aren't true wolves, and I don't recall seeing anything mentioning that. I feel like it was the first time I've seen a tayra. They have lots of cranes, which I enjoy, also loved feeding the wallabies. I got to meet a very young meerkat who had been rejected (not an offspring of the alpha), so was being hand raised. Her name was Simples, which those in the UK will understand.

    Ilfracombe Aquarium - this place is tiny, but I like that it has a complete story showing the native fish from the river to the Lundy preserve. It was worth the crazy tiny windy roads to get there!

    Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park - is weird. I'm not into dinosaurs, but I enjoyed the zoo part. It's not at all accessible for a scooter - I didn't try since I wouldn't have even been able to get it down to the park from the parking lot. The red-ruffed lemurs are free-roaming and the keeper let me feed one a hand full of raisins, so that made the place worth it for me. It's a nice collection of animals, decent displays, it's just topographically a nightmare!

    Paulton's Park - since this is billed more as a theme park than a zoo, I didn't expect to like it as much as I did. They have quite a collection of birds - I've never seen that many species of thrush, and there are several hornbills, etc. The sign said there were pink pigeons, but I couldn't find them, or anyone to ask. I did speak to one gardener - their gardens are amazing, and he said they only have 7 gardeners, and 6 animal people in the over 200 employees for the place.

    Colchester Zoo - unfortunately by the time I got there I wasn't able to use my scooter, so this one was difficult for me. It has a lot of ups and downs, even if you follow the "easier" yellow route. I loved being in with the sloths and having them go right over my head. I thought the tunnel through the sea lions was interesting. Also, the way they do the penguin feeding allows you to really see them up close. You could easily spend several days at this zoo since they have so many keeper talks, etc. I wish it had been a little easier to see that I was headed into dead ends, since I only had so much walking I could do. I never saw the aardvarks, for example, and I really would have liked to.

    Yorkshire Wildlife Park - does anyone else display racoon dogs? I don't think I've seen them before, and they're cool! I enjoyed the lemur walk through and the flight demo. I believe the current owners have only been there a year, but seem to be on the right track. Someone said they've be getting some of the other big African animals next - rhinos?

    Tropical Butterfly House - this place was worth it for the leaf cutter ants exhibit alone. It goes over the ponds, over your head, onto a couple of platforms, and then into the fungus gardens. Also got a good view of the bats, and I love how the marmosets can go from their outside exhibit to an inside one through an overhead tunnel. Then, I also loved how you could feed them from the little feeding station. It was so funny - first I gave the monkey a grape. After that was gone, I reached for some tomato, and the monkey just looked away, so I reached for some broccoli, same reaction. I reached for another grape, and suddenly he was interested again! There was also a feeding station for the red squirrel/jackdaw. I didn't see the squirrel, but the jackdaw took everything I handed him, and quickly dropped it. I also purchased a cup of mealworms to feed the meerkats with which was fun. I really enjoy the interactions when they're safe for the animals.

    Liberty's Raptor and Reptile Centre - this place has species of raptors I've never heard of, and I've been to hundreds of zoos. If you're into birds of prey, you need to check this place out. I was too late in the day for the flight demos, but it looks like they fly several birds. They also do a lot of rescue work.

    I can't say there was anyplace I went this time that I didn't like. I thought National Sea Life Centre was too expensive, although the movie is an experience - complete with squirting effects. The movie at Blue Reef in Bristol was amazing - they had a shot of a fin whale eating a bait ball. Wow.
     
  5. Chlidonias

    Chlidonias Moderator Staff Member

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    I have to say I really like your avatar Talli :D
     
  6. Talli

    Talli Well-Known Member

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    Takes a Kiwi to recognize a Kaka!

    Next step after this picture was to rescue my meerkat from the kaka as he flew off!
     
  7. Maguari

    Maguari Never could get the hang of Thursdays. Premium Member

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    Thanks for that - very interesting!


    They're one of my favourites too. They are quite widely kept in Europe, though very rare in the UK. For a list of European collections keeping the species, see: ZootierlisteHomepage

    It's not just the current owners, but the site as a wildlife park that's only a year old. It was a shire horse centre previously, with very few wild species (I understand the Raccoon Dogs, Red Deer hind and Emu were hand-me-downs from the shire horse days).

    The Sea Life Centres are generally very expensive, but fairly regularly make 2-for-1 vouchers and suchlike available. I have to say I have never sat and watched a film for more than 2 or 3 minutes in a zoo - I'd much rather be looking at the real animals!

    Actually, I have a similar aversion to keeper talks - they tend to be very repetitive (between zoos I mean - there's only a limited number of accessible things to say about Humboldt Penguins). I'm always very glad to speak with staff at zoos in small groups but formal talks and demonstrations I tend to avoid (unless they're the only way of seeing certain species, of course!).

    Did you do the Tropical House tour at Twycross? It's ghastly - enough to scar the very depths of your soul. Too much talking, not enough time to see the animals, overrehearsed and delivered by people who clearly don't want to be doing it. And completely pointless.


    I don't like it very much. ;)
     
  8. Talli

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    Twycross was a few years ago - I don't remember doing the Tropical House tour.
     
  9. Maguari

    Maguari Never could get the hang of Thursdays. Premium Member

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    You might have been there before it opened - a lucky escape! :D

    It's the only way of seeing the Tropical House and really not worth the effort.

    Anywho, I'll let this thread get back to long lists of zoos!
     
  10. Fergie

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    My list isn't that extensive...yet! - there is only one zoo in my country!

    Belfast Zoo
    Dublin Zoo
    Edinburgh Zoo
    Jersey Zoo

    Zoo de Pont-Scorff
    Planete Sauvage
    Zoo Frejus

    Barcelona Zoo

    Vancouver Aquarium
     
  11. Jakub

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    CZECH REPUBLIC:

    Praha Zoo
    Dvur Kralove Zoo
    Zlin Zoo
    Brno Zoo
    Ostrava Zoo
    Jihlava Zoo
    Olomouc Zoo
    Plzen Zoo
    Akva Tera Plzen
    Chomutov Zoo
    Liberec Zoo
    Hodonin Zoo
    Usti nad Labem Zoo
    Decin Zoo

    SLOVAKIA:
    Bratislava Zoo
    Bojnice Zoo

    GERMANY:
    Berlin Zoo
    Berlin Tierpark
    Leipzig Zoo
    Hannover Zoo
    Hamburg Zoo
    Frankfurt Zoo
    Nürnberg Tierpark
    Munich Zoo
    Köln Zoo
    Krefeld Zoo
    Wuppertal Zoo
    Duisburg Zoo
    Dortmund Zoo (July)
    ZOOM Gelsenkirchen (July)
    Allwetterzoo Münster ( July)

    AUSTRIA:

    Tiergarten Schönbrunn, Vienna
    Wüstenhaus (Desert House) Schönbrunn, Vienna
    Reptilienzoo Happ

    POLAND:

    Poznan, Nowe Zoo

    NETHERLANDS:

    Artis
    Blijdorp Zoo
    Burgers Zoo
    Dolphinarium Harderwijk

    BELGIUM:

    Antwerp Zoo

    FRANCE:

    Mulhouse Zoo

    SWITZERLAND:

    Basel Zoo
    Zürich Zoo
     
  12. cockroach

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    Maguari, I was thinking about why didnt you visit Usti, Decin, Chomutov or Liberec zoo and prefered to go to the south and the east. I am almost sure you have a plan to visit them during your future trip .... the centre will be Dresden, from where it is near to the mentioned rest of Czech zoos you havent seen yet...also you have never been to Dresden and Chemnitz and you can visit Leipzg again.
    Am I right? :)
     
  13. Maguari

    Maguari Never could get the hang of Thursdays. Premium Member

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    Almost exactly right! :D


    The friend I was travelling with had previously done the four 'north-west' Czech zoos, so we targeted the trip to areas where we both had zoos to gain. I do indeed intend another Czech trip in a year or two - probably repeating Prague, Plzen and Dvur Kralove alongside Usti, Decin, Chomutov, Liberec and (as you correctly surmise!) Dresden.


    EDIT: I will be doing Leipzig with the Berlins and probably Halle at the time of the 2011 Zoo Collectors' Meeting, which Leipzig is hosting. :)
     
  14. siamang27

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    Here's my list:

    USA
    Dallas Zoo
    Dallas World Aquarium
    Fort Worth Zoo
    Houston Zoo
    San Antonio Zoo
    Cameron Park Zoo
    Austin Zoo
    Fossil Rim
    Arbuckle Wilderness
    Memphis Zoo
    Cincinnati Zoo
    Philadelphia Zoo
    Denver Zoo
    San Diego Zoo
    San Diego Wild Animal Park
    Miami Metro Zoo
    Monkey Jungle
    Parrot Jungle
    Snake Farm and Animal World
    Moody Gardens
    Gatorland
    Aquarium of the Americas

    Norway
    Kristiansand Zoo

    Qatar
    Doha Zoo
     
  15. Talli

    Talli Well-Known Member

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    siamang27 - where are you in TX? I just discovered noticed there's a Capital of Texas Zoo in addition to the Austin Zoo.
     
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    I actually just found out about that zoo a few days ago, so haven't visited it.
    I'm between Dallas and Fort Worth.
     
  17. Talli

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    I thought maybe Austin Zoo had changed their name, but I emailed them and they said no, and that they weren't very new, either, which surprised me. Guess I may have to drive to Houston next year instead of flying.
     
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    I'm hoping I can see the Capital of Texas Zoo as they apparently have some rare species. There really isn't much information on it though.
     
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    Mine isnt as long as some of the others but....

    UK-

    Highland Wildlife Park
    Blair Drummond Safari Park
    Edinburgh Zoo
    Galloway Wildlife Park
    South Lakes Wild Animal Park
    Lakeland Wildlife Oasis
    Chester Zoo
    Knowsley Safari Park
    Bug World (If counted)
    Welsh Mountain Zoo
    Borth Animalarium
    West Midland Safari Park
    Colchester Zoo
    ZSL Whipsnade Zoo
    ZSL London Zoo
    Hamerton Zoo
    Exotic Pet Refuge (If counted)
    Paignton Zoo
    Newquay Zoo
    Shaldon Wildlife Trust
    And some Seal Place in Cornwall.

    Other-

    Loro Parque

    Zoos planned over the next year-

    UK-

    Yorkshire Wildlife Park
    Twycross Zoo
    Dudley Zoo
    Birmingham Nature Centre
    Manor House Wildlife Park
    Bristol Zoo
    Noahs Ark Zoo Farm
    Cotswold Wildlife Park
    Longleat Safari

    Other-

    Burgers Zoo
    Rotterdam Zoo
    Apenhaul Primate Park
    Dolphinarium Harderwijk
    And a few others, I havent decided yet!