The Amur Leopard (Panthera pardus orientalis) has been classified as critically endangered with a population of approximately only 90 left in the wild.
The are sparsely distributed across Russia, China and possibly Korea and their population is still in decline, threatened by increasing damage to their habitat by deforestation and excessive tree-logging.
We have three Amur Leopards at the centre which have been rehomed form various locations around the United Kingdom.
It is our aim to raise funds for the plight of the wild Amur Leopard through holding a limited number of open days each year.
Ticket holders will be guided around the enclosures and can find out more about these majestic creatures.
If you are interested in supporting this important work, please get in touch via our Contact Us page or call Chris on 07778 152814