What we offer

Here are the ways you can learn about wildlife with us.

Onsite learning

These sessions are based at our Secret World Wildlife Rescue site and are created to be appropriate for each age group. These are all motivating, interactive and fun and aim to inspire a love of our British wildlife and environment.

As well as our dedicated learning centre, we have secure areas that are suitable for outdoor learning and wildlife trails that also make a great place to have a lunch break when the weather is nice!

Read more about what we offer for families.

Our ‘Caring for Wildlife’ Conference

First launched in 2019, join us for a weekend of talks and presentations from wildlife and veterinary experts.

Our annual ‘Caring for Wildlife’ Conference returned for its 3rd year in 2022, with a theme of ‘Changing times in British Wildlife Conservation, Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release’. The theme of ‘changing times’ was appropriate as the conference was our first run virtually. We were delighted to share the weekend with over 100 attendees.

Our next conference will be on the 4th/5th February 2023, check back here or subscribe to our newsletter for updates.

Outreach visits

Schools and Colleges

Outreach visits are available in the Somerset, North Somerset and Bristol areas. We are happy to adapt the content of the sessions or talk to best suit your topic and learning objectives. We can also bring one of our resident Birds of Prey to your institution. Visit our Schools and Colleges page to learn more.

Talks and assemblies

Our inspiring talks usually cover the work of Secret World Wildlife Rescue, the human impact on some of our casualties, and an opportunity to meet and find out about one of our resident British Birds of Prey. These are available to schools and community groups.

Online learning

We run courses for adult learners, wildlife rehabilitators and veterinary professionals. We are constantly expanding the courses we offer, see our Wildlife Courses page for more information and upcoming dates.

For a more detailed look into wildlife issues and science, we have a wide range of articles in our Wildlife Resources library.

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