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Highland Wildlife Park

Kincraig, Inverness-shire

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The Highland Wildlife Park is owned by The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland. It has over 100 species of animals for you to see and photograph.

It has a drive-through main reserve, where you see the larger items listed in the table below including red deer and two kinds of reindeer, the domestic and European and a walk around area with plenty to see and photograph. Some of their other wildlife attractions include:

Scottish European Mountains Tundra

Wildcat

Pine Marten

Red Squirrel

Capercaillie

Chough

Red Grouse

Otter

Black Grouse

Bison

Elk

Eagle Owl

Lynx

Wolf

Beaver

Wild Boar

Mouflon

Przewalski's Horse

Yak

Kiang

Bhral

Markhor

Japanese Macaque

Red Panda

Bactrian Wapiti

Chinese Goral

Amur Tiger

Arctic Fox

Snowy Owl

Their is also a Visitor Centre which has a shop and coffee shop.

Paul Store


Location: The Highland Wildlife Park, Kincraig, Inverness-shire

Grid Reference: NH808038 Ceremonial County: Inverness-shire

Map Link: Multimap

Aerial photo: Multimap Aerial Photo

Getting there: Off the A9 take the B9152 through Kincraig the park is sign posted.

Access:
Website: Own
Other Useful Websites: Wiki
Email: info@highlandwildlifepark.org
Address: The Highland Wildlife Park , Kincraig, Kingussie, Inverness-shire
Postcode: PH21 1NL Telephone: 01540 651270
Opening Times: Apr-Oct 10am-5pm; Nov-Mar 10am-4pm; July-Aug 10am-6pm Closed Xmas Day.

Charges: Adult 10.50; Seniors/Students/Disabled 8.50; Child 8; Family (2+2) 34

Nearby Locations: Cairngorm Reindeer Centre
Other Location Pages: Deer Topic Index     Where to Photograph Deer in the UK 

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Page Ref: highland_wildlife_park

Classification: Wildlife Park

Date Updated: 10/2008


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