Curraghs Wildlife Park, Isle of Man

Constructed at the edge of the Ballaugh Curraghs, the Wildlife Park is a haven for all sorts of wetland wildlife (curragh is a Manx word for the wet, boggy willow woodland typical of the area and which you can see in more detail along our unique nature trail). They specialise in wetland species, nearly 100 altogether, many of them endangered in the wild.


Conservation with World Land Trust

Curraghs Wildlife Park financially supported the purchase of the BIAZA Reserve and BIAZA Keepers of the Wild.

Curraghs also donated £5,000 to purchase 50 acres of  Chocó forest in Colombia in their 50th anniversary year.