Our Animals

At Bridlington Birds of Prey & Animal Park, you will find our animals spread across 21 acres of natural habitat. Be prepared for all seasons as you venture around the park to see them, as you will journey through different habitat zones – from the parkland to the beautiful woodland area.

See our majestic animals munch on the leaves in our parkland area. Watch birds of prey and birds of the world free flying in our arena. See the racoons in their woodland home. Experience what it’s like to hold a snake, lizard or a majestic owl.

Many of our animals are endangered, and as a registered zoo, it is our mission to help preserve our global wildlife heritage and protect animals from extinction.

Mammals come in all shapes and sizes, from meerkat to donkey, and our mammal collection is increasing all the time.

  • Common Marmosets
    • Meerkats
    • Asian Palm Civet
    • Tanuki
    • Pigs
    • Donkeys
    • Shetland pony
    • Shetland sheep
    • Pigmy goat
    • Guinea pig
    • Rabbits
  • Bennetts Wallabies

Bridlington Animal Park has an ever-increasing and very varied collection of birds from around the world including parrots, raptors, emus, owls and sea birds.

  • OWLS
    • Common Barn Owl
    • Boobook Owl
    • Tawny Owl
    • Little Owl
    • Bengal Eagle Owl
    • European Eagle Owl
    • Great Grey Owl
    • Snowy Owl


  • Eurasian Kestrel
  • Peregrine Falcon
  • Lanner Falcon
  • American Kestrel
  • Common Buzzard


  • Ostrich
  • Emu
  • Rhea


  • Blue-headed Amazon
  • Mexican red crowned Amazon
  • Blue and Gold Macaw


  • Greater Flamingo
  • Raven
  • Kookaburra

Bridlington Animal Park’s collection of reptiles includes snakes, lizards, geckos and iguanas. They can be found in the activity area at 12 pm daily.

  • Sulcata Tortoiseour animals - snake
  • Blue-tongued skink
  • Florida King Snake
  • Brown Rat Snake
  • Corn Snake
  • Royal Python
  • Fire Bellied Toads
  • Horsefield Tortoise
  • Leopard tortoise
  • Gopher snake

Arthropods are invertebrate animals with external skeletons, segmented bodies and jointed limbs. The best-known arthropods are insects, arachnids (spiders) and crustaceans.

  • Mexican Red-kneed Tarantula

With babies and new arrivals being introduced all the time, take a look at our events tab on the home page.