Wildlife Heritage Foundation
Project Supported: BIAZA Keepers of the Wild
The Wildlife Heritage Foundation (WHF) are supporting the BIAZA Keepers of the Wild project.
Conservation and WLT Support
WHF was established by the owners of Paradise Wildlife Park, a successful family attraction, in 2002. Paradise Wildlife Park had been a long term supporter of BIAZA and World Land Trust conservation projects and the Trustees of WHF were keen to support the new fundraising initiative.
"The Wildlife Heritage Foundation, Big Cat Sanctuary is home to over 50 Big Cats, we are a registered charity recognised as the biggest, most successful breeding centre in Europe for the endangered Big Cats of the World working to ensure they are protected from extinction. We provide a safe, secure and stress free environment for our animals which is proven in the success in breeding. Our ultimate objective is to see Big Cats safely reintroduced into the wild in their natural habitat, with the help of our breeding, education and protection programmes all raising awareness worldwide of the importance of preservation of our natural world we can make a difference. WHF is funded by way of Big Cat experiences including Ranger for the Day , a Photographic Workshop, a Big Cat encounter, or Big Cat Adoptions details of which can be found on our website."