Watatunga Wildlife Reserve

Conservation today, for wildlife tomorrow.

Watatunga is a stunning new wildlife reserve in west Norfolk just 30 minutes from Wild Meadows, Raynham.

Situated amongst 170 acres of woodland, grassland, and lakes, Watatunga provides a unique environment for over twenty types of ungulate and rare bird species to roam at their will.

The team run breeding programmes for many of the threatened species including the Malayan sambar, hog deer, mountain bongo and the great bustard, a spectacular bird which went extinct in the UK in 1832.

Access to the reserve is via electric buggies on a guided tour and must be pre-booked online via the website, watatunga.co.uk.

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