ABOUT THE ANIMALS

In 1999 the Charity was given a lease on an area of land in Trent Park, owned by the London Borough of Enfield. Thanks to generous donations from businesses, local residents and charitable trusts, WRAS have slowly been able to create a rehabilitation Centre to house injured patients and provide a permanent home for those creatures who cannot be returned to the wild.

All of the animals at Trent Park Animal Centre are either recovering from injuries and will be released when healed enough to survive in the wild, or cannot be released and need a safe sanctuary for life. Some have been orphaned, abandoned, or saved from neglectful owners. All of them have been helped in some way by WRAS and they all have a story to tell!

If you are interested in 'adopting' a permanently resident wild animal at the Centre, please see our Adoption Page.

As well as wild creatures such as foxes, hedgehogs, squirrels, amphibians and small wild birds, the animals at the Centre include ponies, pigs, sheep, feral goats, ferrets, mink, chickens, ducks, geese, various birds of prey, rabbits, chipmunks, and aviary birds such as budgerigars and parrots. A selection of our residents can be seen in the Photo Gallery.

The Centre is open daily and also has a small Children's Play Area. Tractor rides around the Centre are available some summer Sunday afternoons. Trent Park itself has a licensed cafeteria, a fishing lake, a nature trail and woodland walks.

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