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Title: Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo
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Description: Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo breeds tropical butterflies so that you see every stage of their incredible life-cycle every day. It's huge fun. The butterflies fly around you in the tropical garden that provides their life-support. Every butterfly has its own story, and the species have been chosen for ...
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Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo Butterfly Zoo Butterfly Zoo Maze Miniature Golf Laser Tag Visitor Centre Shop on-line 10am-5pm (last in 4pm) 10am-4pm (last in 3pm) Merry Christmas CLOSED TODAY 10am-3pm (last in 4pm) Happy New Year CLOSED TODAY 10am-4pm (last in 3pm) 10am-5pm (last in 4pm) 10am-6pm (last in 5pm) OPEN TIMES Wye Valley BUTTERFLY ZOO You can walk with butterflies from around the world. Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo is indoors, it’s tropical and it’s teeming with exotic butterflies. Living butterflies fly around as you discover their fascinating lives in close-up. They’re amazing. See for yourself every stage of their life-cycle: Egg, caterpillar, chrysalis and some of the world’s most beautiful butterflies. Discounted tickets with the aMazing Hedge Puzzle and half price MiniGolf are available. The species we breed in our zoo have fascinating survival strategies, and there’s loads to learn. Bring a camera for superb wildlife photography. The Zoo shop has wonderful gifts, butterfly plants, and books on wildlife. It’s a real treat. The butterfly farm is within walking distance of Forest Holidays in the Forest of Dean between Monmouth and Ross on Wye at Symonds Yat in the Wye Valley. Butterflies in the Wye Valley Once, field naturalists’ clubs could charter excursion trains to the Upper Wye Gorge. Independent tourists would bring rods, guns, tents and even boats by train to “live off the land”, or could hire all they needed here. Tenants of farms and cottages bred butterflies for sale. From about 1850, for 60 years, collectors were duped into thinking that they had found rare specimens so that they would leave a large tip and spread the word to the lepidopterist fraternity to bring more trade to the area. The eccentric country sportsman A. B. Farn, a Past President of the Entomological Society, retired here a century ago to end the fraud: He bred local species and released them - but secretly exterminated colonies of alien species. Today, there are over thirty indigenous species on the hills around Symonds Yat, but half a dozen of those recorded by “A.B.F.” are extinct. Add our Nature Notes and Spotters’ Guide to your favourites to keep up with the news about butterflies to see on the hills overlooking the Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo month by month. Volunteer Recorders are needed to establish butterfly-count transects and raise the profile for conservation funding in the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Come and see us, or if you want to help elsewhere in Britain, contact the charity Butterfly Conservation. Butterfly Conservation Here at Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo we are not just passionate about butterfly conservation, we really work at it. We support sustainable Butterfly Farming worldwide through trade: This devalues collected specimens and preserves rainforest and other habitats. We also manage our own Nature Reserve, commissioned from Barnaby Millard, Conservation Landscape Architect. Wye Valley Butterfly Zoo is heated only by renewable energy. Directions Open times Ticket prices Group Activities Butterfly Gallery Nature Notes Spotters' Guide Farn Festival About us Contact us

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