Porfell Wildlife Park and Animal Sanctuary loses one of its co-founders

It is with great sadness that we have to inform everyone that John Palmer passed away on Wednesday 30th April.

Geoffroys Common Marmoset Babies at Porfell Wildlife Park, Cornwall

Rare Twin Baby Marmosets Born at Porfell Wildlife Park

Porfell has two new residents: twin baby Marmosets have been born in captivity. Our park is home to 100s of weird and wonderful creatures from around the world.

Maasai display raises £500 for African elephants

As well as raising money for our animals here, we also try to raise awareness and funds for other animal charities around the world such as The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, who run an elephant orphanage in Nairobi.

Confiscated cats get new home

Savannah cats, Willow and Tember, arrived at Porfell from Holland at 9.10 on Saturday night, 4th February 2012.

Stumpy’s story – archive

20th October 2010 Poor Stumpy everyone’s favourite lemur.(He runs free in the park and likes to sleep in the house). He’s always begging for bananas from the staff.

Mac the coati grows up

Mac the coatimundi cub was born on April 26, 2011. When he was only a few days old, he was rejected by his mother. So Wendy and the team started to feed him instead.

Join the Lemur’s Tea Party

We’ve opened the doors to Lemur Land and we’re giving visitors the chance of feeding these awesome primates by hand.

Meet the Magnificent Seven

A few weeks ago, seven common marmosets made Porfell Wildlife Park their new home. There are only five in the picture because they move so fast. They’re called: Chris, Britt, Vin, Bernardo, Chico, Harry and Lee.