Experience Wildlife A Whisker Away!


We’ve been given the fantastic news by the European studbook holder that we now have a breeding recommendation for Centurio and Nefeli, our pair of snow leopards. Being in the oldest section of the zoo their current enclosure is, like many of us, starting to look its age, so we want to provide them with a new modern breeding facility that will suit a growing family.

The cost for the project from start to finish is a whopping £175,000!

Other ways you can help

Our Amazon WishList is a very easy way to help and donate to Linton Zoo. Our keepers have chosen a range items, to suit all budgets, offering donors a choice of practical items we need. You will be directly contributing towards the important work we do for wildlife conservation and animal welfare.

Raise money by shopping online! Turn your daily shopping into every day magic!

Easyfundraising partners with over 7,500 well known shops and brands who will donate part of what you spend to a cause of your choice. It won't cost you any extra. The cost is covered by the brand.

Start your shop from the Easyfundraising website or app, they can see we sent you to them. If you make a purchase, a commission is generated, and we turn that into a donation - magic!

By taking out an animal sponsorship, either for yourself or as a gift for someone else, you are directly contributing to an animal's daily care. 

By paying a small percentage of the yearly feeding costs of your chosen animal, it enables us to use the extra finance that we have coming through the gate for future developments at the zoo, to enhance our breeding programmes and maintain our high standard.

Feel good shopping!
Donate supplies!
Contribute to care costs!

We would still ask you to please not visit if you are, or you have been in contact with someone who is, showing symptoms of or tested positive for COVID-19. The disease might be in a more controlled stage for humans, but may unfortunately still affect many animal species severely.

The safety and welfare of our visitors, staff and animals is our top priority, so we kindly ask that all visitors adhere to the few safety measures we have kept in place, so that we can ensure the safest experience possible for everyone.


In an effort to control the spread of Avian Influenza (Bird Flu) please be advised that a few of our bird species will not be visible during your visit.

We are continuing to monitor and review our precautionary measures as the situation develops, working closely with DEFRA, BIAZA and the Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA). We apologise for any inconvenience caused and thank you for understanding that our top priority is to protect the health and welfare of our birds.