“Thank you for an amazing birthday party for my daughter, Maisie, today. The adults enjoyed the day just as much as the children. A pony ride and grass sledging to end the day.....wonderful!”.
Kim Parkes
“We had a wonderful time at the Park Farm on Saturday, starting when we arrived and enjoyed a brilliant lunch. We were so impressed with the efficiency and  quality of the food, swiftly prepared and served even though we ordered for six hungry adults! Thoroughly enjoyed the deer safari, lamb feeding and a good chat about the tortoises.  All the visitor facilities were great and we found all the staff very helpful and informative, especially the chap talking us through the 12.15 deer safari (not the tractor driver) A lovely family day out - duly posted on Facebook to spread the word!
Snettisham Park Farm gave us a memorable family day out, so impressed with the set up, well done!  We will definitely come again
Kim

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Jayne Horton
Farm and Lambing Barns now open
Open 10 am to 3 pm (4pm from Feb)

Snettisham Park Wildlife

There is a rich variety of wildlife on and around Snettisham Park especially in the deer park. As the seasons change there is so much to enjoy.

Please see our Mulitmedia Gallery for more exciting pictures.
English (Grey) Partridges

English (Grey) Partridges
At Snettisham Park Farm and Warren Farm we now have 86 pairs of English Partridges in our spring count compared to 184 pairs last year. This is due to terrible weather conditions with hatching last May and June.
Shelduck and ducklings

Shelduck
Every year we have at least one pair of Shelduck on the mill pond at the top of the deer park. They nest in rabbit burrows. We have nine beautiful ducklings this year and our visitors can see them whilst on safari.

Oyster Catchers are normally found on the sea shore, but each year we have at least 1 pair hatch out in our deer park. These birds have the same colour plumage as Shelduck - long orange beak. If anybody can throw some light as to why this may be we would be very interested to hear from you.
French Partridges

French Partridge
French Partridges are larger than the English, they have red legs as opposed to the English Partridge. Unlike Pheasants which are polygamous (many wives) French Partridges are generally paired for life (are monogamous).
Hares

Mad March Hares
At times we have seen up to 20 hares running around together in one field.