Manor Wildlife ParkTenby Category Outdoor Activities, For the Family, For the Kids, Nature & Wildlife
Manor House Wildlife Park is a 52-acre zoo located in Pembrokeshire, Wales, just north of the village of St Florence. It is run by television presenter Anna Ryder Richardson and is also known as Anna's Welsh Zoo.
Large animals include rhino, oryx, Damara Zebra, tapir, camel and llama; there are also smaller wild animals such as meerkat, wallaby and four species of lemur (Red Ruffed, Red Fronted, Red Bellied and Ring Tailed), and a variety of birds, principally ostrich, emu, rhea, macaw and guinea fowl.
Endangered species As well as the endangered Siamang gibbons and Ring tailed lemurs, the park is home to the white rhino "Zamba", one of three Southern white rhino at the park, and the first to be bred from artificial insemination in the UK. Red Ruffed lemurs are also critically endangered, according to IUCN, and are part of the zoo's collection. In 2015 the park learned that they had been allocated a pair of critically endangered Sumatran tigers to support the European Endangered Species Programme.