Senior Guest Services Assistant

We are offering an exciting opportunity for a Guest Services Senior Assistant to join the Birdworld Team on a permanent, full-time basis to include alternate weekends and a weekday off. Current rate of pay for this role is up to £11.17. About the Role The role reports to the Guest Services Team Lead. Duties include:…

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Bird Keeper

We are delighted to be offering an exciting opportunity for a full-time Bird Keeper to join our team. Successful candidate will: Hold an animal related qualification. Have minimum three years’ experience working within a recognised zoological collection, ideally specialising in birds. Have keen observation skills, great time management, basic maintenance skills, and be able to…

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Senior Catering Assistant

We are recruiting a Full-Time, Permanent Senior Catering Assistant to join our team, working 37.5 hours per week with alternate weekends. Salary is £11.17 per hour. About Birdworld As part of our catering team within the Guest Services department, you will be leading a team to ensure all of our visiting guests are provided with…

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Conservation Education Team Lead

Birdworld is currently at an exciting stage of largescale development. We are seeking a full-time Conservation Education Team Lead to become a key part of this project. Successful candidate will: Build on an established public engagement programme and developing educational resources for our exhibits and for our school programme including evaluating the impact on guests. Attend…

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Dinosaur Week

Dinosaur Week1st August – 5th August The Dinosaurs are back! The dinosaurs are returning to Birdworld this Summer. If you missed it before the popular ‘How to train a dragon’ show is returning for 5 days this summer. Book your tickets now to avoid disappointment. What’s on? Dino show times 11:00am,12.30pm and 2.00pm Roaming dinosaur…

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Plucky penguin becomes a “guide-bird” for his cataract stricken friend

Plucky penguin becomes a “guide-bird” for his cataract stricken friend

Plucky penguin becomes a “guide-bird” for his cataract stricken friend A three-year-old Penguin from Surrey has taken on the role of ‘guide-bird’ for a cataract-afflicted companion, creating an extraordinary friendship. ‘Penguin,’ a hand-reared African Penguin from Birdworld—the largest bird park in the UK—swiftly bonded with ‘Squid,’ a fellow three-year-old African penguin who had developed cataracts—a…

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Love is in the air at Birdworld

Love is in the air at Birdworld Guests can continue to receive a 25% discount on all admission rates when they book their tickets online this half term. Birdworld is one of the few places in the world where you can see some of the world’s rarest birds. Birdworld houses over 150 different species, 40%…

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We’re making plans to reopen

We’re making plans to reopen We are planning to reopen on Monday 12th April*, following the recent government announcements. Tickets will be available for online book from Monday 5th April. Pre-booking is essential. Please note will be restricting visitor numbers during this period as part of our Covid measures, so if the date you want…

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Birdworld’s Conservation Fund responds to overseas crisis to save over 1,200 endangered birds

Birdworld’s Conservation Fund responds to overseas crisis to save over 1,200 endangered birds Birdworld in Farnham has donated £2,000 to an emergency wildlife response mission to save more than 1,200 surviving Cape cormorant chicks out of an estimated 1,700 birds that were abandoned in South Africa. Earlier this month, the surviving endangered chicks were successfully…

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Permanent closure of Underwater World at Birdworld

Permanent closure of Underwater World at Birdworld All 1,700 aquatic animals at Birdworld in Farnham have safely been rehomed after the permanent closure of Underwater World at the Surrey-based attraction. Due to the financial impact of COVID-19, as well as the inability to social distance within the building, Underwater World at Birdworld will not re-open…

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