On safari in West Wales

Fancy going on a low-impact safari? Come and join our Bug Safari at Denmark farm on 15th April from 2-4 pm. We can’t promise lions and elephants, but there should be plenty of creepy crawlies and interesting bug life to discover. Click here for more information.

Seven-spot ladybird (Coccinella septempunctata)

Our wildlife-friendly woods, meadows and hedges at Denmark Farm provide some wonderful habitats and hiding places for a whole wealth of  small creatures. And your records will contribute to the national OPAL survey, run in conjunction with the Natural History museum.

To complete your safari experience, why not bring your tent along and stay overnight at our eco-campsite? For just £8  per person per night(£4 for children), you can immerse yourself in Welsh wilderness and wildlife without the hassle of airport security.

And you never know, you might just see a rhino or tiger (beetle or moth, of course!)

 

 

(7 spot ladybird photo: www.copyright-free-pictures.org.uk)

 

About Mara

Facilities & Events Manager at Denmark Farm, often making the coffee and showing people where to park!

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