Over the years, Beaphar products have been widely used throughout Britain’s Zoos, keeping rare and exotic species healthy
and happy. At Linton Zoo
they have been purchasing Beaphar products
for over 10 years.
is based in Cambridge and was established in 1972 as a centre
for breeding wildlife which is still the Zoo's main objective today along with conservation. It is home to around 250
animals from nearly 100 different species.
This year, Beaphar are delighted to be sponsoring Linton Zoo’s exotic birds; Channel Billed Toucans, Trumpeter Hornbills
and White-cheeked Turacos. Beaphar have sponsored a year’s supply of Beaphar Universal Food
is a complete food suitable for Toucans, Turacos and Hornbills. The sponsorship was set up through Linton Zoo’s
Species Support Scheme.
The Species Support Scheme enables you to contribute directly to the conservation of a species. By contributing towards the
yearly cost of food for a particular species, it enables Linton Zoo
use the extra finance that comes through the gate for future developments and to enhance the breeding programmes along
with maintaining high standards.
‘We are thrilled to be sponsoring Linton Zoo’s
exotic birds. Some of
these are classed as vulnerable species and so it is important to us to seek opportunities where we can, to help make
a difference, along with supporting a fantastic local business’, says Roland Huggett, Sales Manager for Beaphar UK who
is pictured making friends with Marvina, the White-cheeked Turaco.