People often ask me how I find country life in the Cotswolds after growing up in London. I, like many people, assumed that moving to the country meant being cooped up in a cottage all day. In fact, there are so many wonderful attractions in the Cotswolds that are even better than many attractions found in London. An excellent example of this is the Cotswold Wildlife Park. You might assume from its name that it is a quaint little park in the Cotswolds equipped with a butterfly house and petting zoo. Although it does have both of these, you would be wrong to assume that it was anything but spectacular. I first went to the park two years ago, and was overwhelmed by its sheer size and scale. I visited again early this year, but hadn't yet launched a blog on which to talk about it. So, ever since launching The Little Green Blog, I have been eagerly waiting to post about - what I think is - one of the best wildlife attractions in the UK.
Although I'm no expert, the Cotswold Wildlife park is one of the few places where the animals appear to be incredibly content in their environment. The expert keepers not only work to maintain the beauty of the gardens, but the wellbeing of the various species that the park cares for. Whether you live in London, the North or South; a visit to the Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens is essential for any animal, garden or nature lover - especially at this time of year!
Hi there, my name is Nevada and I'm a twenty-five year old music teacher. The Little Green blog centres around wildlife, gardening and lifestyle photography. All photos are my own and represent the portfolio of an amateur photographer!