• Open Days 17-21 July 2014 Thank you for visiting Wildlife Heritage Foundation

    We hope your visit was enjoyable, informative and educational
  • Working with WHF

    WHF are currently seeking support with cleaning. Cleaners are required for our Safari Lodges, Heritage Lodge (our main reception building) and Student Accommodation areas. For further information about these roles please contact:rachel@whf.org.uk
  • Open Days 17-21 July 2014

  • Photographic Workshops

    2014 Looks like an exciting time to take up Photography. Click on our photographic tab to view all our special experiences.
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Once in a lifetime

We have a range of experiences to enjoy along with a variety of ways to contribute to WHF:

Ranger For A Day
Big Cat Encounter
Photographic Workshops
Adopt A Cat

 
 

Our Projects

 
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Amur Leopards

With only around 30 left in the wild and around 100 left in captivity, the Amur leopard is the rarest big cat on our planet. Even at this critical level, there is still hope. In conjunction John Lewis of Wildlife Vets International we are working on a breeding programme that will ultimately lead to reintroducing Amur leopards into the wild.

Our Vision and Mission

 

WHF History

 
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From humble beginnings...

Wildlife Heritage Foundation (WHF) was the vision of Peter Sampson and the Sampson family.They established the very successful Paradise Wildlife Park (PWP) in Broxbourne in Hertfordshire; where they have been very successful in breeding big cats including tigers, lions, cheetah, snow leopards and Pallas cats. The aim from the outset was to establish a Conservation Centre of Excellence....

Our History