Situated right next door to the holiday lodges, Feadon Farm is a veritable wildlife wonderland where your family will be awed and delighted by an array of exciting activities, from breathtaking woodland experiences and beach adventures, to flying magnificent falconry birds and even stroking friendly foxes.
Our activities can be entirely tailored to suit your needs. Whatever their age, interests or physical capabilities, there’s something to make every member of your family smile at Feadon Farm Wildlife Centre Cornwall. Whether you want to take part in one of our scheduled activities, book a private experience or arrange a group visit we will be happy to organise this for you.
Our expert wildlife ranger, Gary Zammit will be on hand to ensure your visit is a fun, fascinating, safe and unforgettable experience for all the family. Throughout your trip you and your family can snap away with your cameras, capturing the fun you’ve had on the farm.
Booking is required for all activities.
Please call us on 01209 844136.
Meet the Team
On hand to ensure your visit is fun, fascinating and safe!
Wildlife Ranger & Conservation Manager
The passion and enthusiasm of Gary, our Head Ranger, is infectious. He knows everything there is to know about wildlife activities and the marine habitat in Cornwall. He is highly regarded for his knowledge, experience and conservation work with indigenous UK wildlife.
Gary has worked with animals for the majority of his life, curating at Newquay zoo and working in many other zoos both in the UK and abroad. He also taught Exotic Animal care at Duchy College before starting his work at Feadon Farm seven years ago.
Assistant Wildlife Ranger & Conservation Manager
I joined the team at Feadon Farm almost five years ago – it’s a great job as I get to work with children and gorgeous animals. I run the farm with my husband Gary, although it’s been said that I run it and he plays on it!
My job involves the daily running of the farm, corresponding with schools who’d like to come and visit, organising party bookings and activities and generally bossing Gary around. I do my fair share of mucking out but generally it’s the perfect job, looking after our foxes Todd, Meadow and Copper, flying the birds of prey and caring for all the farm babies each year.
Health & Safety Executive
Having worked in hospitality, leisure and the outdoor tourism industries I came to work at Gwel an Mor when it opened in 2006. I’ve watched Gwel an Mor grow from just a handful of lodges to the thriving resort it is today and enjoyed it every step of the way. I pride myself in ensuring that Gwel an Mor is a safe and healthy place for all of our guests and staff.
When I’m not working I spend my time with my family and can normally be found enjoying Cornwall’s sights come rain or shine.