Other Animals

Fallow Deer, some of which can be hand fed, live in the woods; Muntjac Deer and Wallabies roam the grounds but are usually shy apart from Dasher, our inappropriately named three legged orphaned Muntjac who enjoys a gentle tickle from his friends.

Servals are in a pen in the old quarry and are here as part of a breeding and reintroduction programme.

There are nine species of Birds of Prey including Karulah (Bengal Eagle Owl), Tooky (Snowy Owl), Skylar (Harris Hawk), Jack (Kestrel) and a Buzzard who are all hand tame and can be seen out on the weathering during the day near the tea room.


North Petherwin, Nr. Launceston, Cornwall PL15 8GW

tel: 01566 785646
e-mail: info@tamarotters.co.uk • web: www.tamarotters.co.uk

Designed by Trevor Reaveley

Various photographs by Peter Crumpler