Postcards From The Wild Place Project

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I recently took a trip to The Wild Place Project and decided to share some photos from the day! I often ramble on in blog posts, and I recently read the lovely Milena’s post, where she shared photos as ‘postcards’. I thought it was such a brilliant idea, so I’ve taken inspiration from her post. Head over to her blog for the most amazing travel photos!

The Wild Place Project is based in Bristol in the South West – it was opened a few years ago by the Bristol Zoological Society and it is one of my favourite places for a day out. They have so much space and green areas – no cages but lovely wide enclosures for the animals to roam in. The focus is really on education and conservation – if you get a chance to visit, definitely do. On a sunny day, it is perfect to explore, see the animals and have a picnic.

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zebras grazing

birds

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Where are your favourite places to go for a day out? x

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6 Comments

  1. July 3, 2017 / 2:59 pm

    Your photos are absolutely lovely! And aww this place sounds so sweet, especially the fact that there are no cages! With zoos, I’m always a little wary and hate seeing animals in tiny enclosures but I think that this place has got it right! I’ll be adding this to my little list of days out for the summer hehe <3 And thank you for the mention! xxxx

    • July 3, 2017 / 3:03 pm

      ps. I love your new blog design! It looks so fresh and sleek! <3

      • marblebeauty
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        July 3, 2017 / 6:59 pm

        Hehe thank you so much for noticing! I love it, a quick change up🙊 x

    • marblebeauty
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      July 3, 2017 / 6:59 pm

      Thank you milena!☺️ definitely, it feels so open and lovely – I’ve been to zoos before and felt the same – but the focus here really was on conservation! You are more than welcome lovely ❤️ xxx

    • marblebeauty
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      July 4, 2017 / 6:46 pm

      Thank you lovely! You too☺️ xx

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