Paradise Park, Cornwall

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Paradise Park

Wildlife Sanctuary, Cornwall

Home of the World Parrot Trust, this unique collection of parrots and other birds is set in a temperate garden near Hayle, in Cornwall. Many endangered parrot species are displayed and bred here, and visitors can get some great photo opportunities and watch some fascinating flying displays. The adjacent Jungle Barn provides an enormous play area to keep active children amused, and the Park has its own cafe and gift shop, while the family owned pub/restaurant the 'Bird in Hand' at the entrance to the site supplies some excellent food and drink.

Rainbow LoriesCrimson-bellied conures

Feeding Rainbow Lories in the walk-through aviary - Crimson-bellied conures (parakeets)

Our second open-day event at this impressive venue on 19th May 2019 proved more popular than the previous year for members in the south-west, with some 24 individuals attending - an increase of 10 over last year. A pleasant spring day, with lots of young birds of various species, and two impressive flying displays, featuring birds of prey, kookaburras, coughs, and plenty of parrots! PSUK members were once again given a special 'behind-the-scenes' guided tour, which included views of the new 'Tropics' houses, among many other attractions. Our visit last year was scheduled for Monday 22nd June, but was cancelled owing to the coronavirus pandemic. Similarly, there will be no event for the summer of 2021. Look out for updates of what we can expect in 2022.

Behind the scenesFree flying macaws

PSUK visitors behind the scenes, guided by Alison Hales - Free-flying macaws with enthralled children

Red-tailed black cockatoo

Red-tailed black cockatoo being flown by curator David Woolcock

Paradise Park