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Address: South Stowford, Bratton Fleming, Barnstaple, North Devon, EX31 4SG

Opening Times:

Exmoor Zoo is open every day of the year except Christmas Eve, Christmas Day & Boxing Day. It is open 10am - 4pm between 1st November and February half term, and then 10am - 5pm from February half term to the 31st October.


Adult (16 yrs+): £15.25 (£16.95 with donation)

Child *(3-15 yrs): £11.45 (£12.75 with donation)

Under 3’s*: free of charge

Concession**: £13.45 Adult, £10.10 Child (£14.95 Adult or £11.25 Child with donation)

There is a 5% discount for online bookings.

Please note that during the winter months it is cheaper to pay on the door than online.

**Concession tickets are available at the door for senior citizens (65yrs+), students with a valid NUS Extra ID & disabled visitors.  They also offer half price entry for the accompanying carer or helper if required on production of carer ID. Please inform front of house staff on arrival and they will ask you to provide one form of ID either:

  • Disability living allowance letter

  • Blue badge

  • P.I.P payment award documentation

Prices for entry are lower than advertised above in winter.

Zoo Map

You can also download a copy of the map from the website at;

Facilities - These details have been taken from the Zoos Website (07/03/23)

The zoo feels that when you visit, the most important purpose is to walk around and enjoy exploring the zoo! Exmoor zoo in the late Spring and summer has a lovely "tropical exploration" feel to the park. A zoo trail is set out so everybody does not miss any of the exhibits. The paths wind and places are hidden from each other and vegetation like the bamboo and gunnera give a very "jungle" like atmosphere.


The African Café & conservatory Tea rooms seat approximately 130 people. The seating is conveniently located at the entrance and exit to the zoo. Hot and cold food and drinks are served all year round. Baby chairs are available. The eating areas are accessible for wheel chair users as well as push chairs. 

The cafe opens at 10.00am for drinks and snacks, hot food service begins at 11.30 - 2.30pm. Take away food and drinks are available and an outside open-air patio (which offers cool summer shade under grape vines and wisteria) is nearby that can seat another 30 people around circular picnic benches. Hot menu includes toasties, jacket potatoes, burgers, chips, etc


The zoo has several picnic areas. Visitors are more than welcome to bring their own picnic lunches. An undercover picnic area is situated next to the playground and can be served by the Snack Shack in main summer school holiday term times.


An open unsupervised playground is available next to the encounter zone where the organised animal encounter handling sessions take place. This includes trampolines which require your supervision when your children use them. It is next to the covered seating area for picnics, so visitors can sit and relax and keep their children under supervision.


Currently unavailbe due to covid 19 

A permanent zoo stamp trail exists which children can collect the stamps hidden around the zoo. A certificate or medal is offered for them on completion (£1.00 each). Virtually every month there is also a different trail quiz dependent on the advertised event. This is an option and often a gift on completion can be available.


Exmoor zoo is on a gentle slope. It is positioned on the side of a south west facing valley. The average gradient is 1 in 12, although two short steep slopes (1 in 5) are to be found in the grounds. At least 75% of all paths are laid to tarmac for ease of wheelchair and push chair access and level paths exist between the gentle slopes. All other paths are laid to scree.

The zoo has 3 mobilty scooters avaiable to hire (subject to availability) for a small hire charge of £5.00 and a refundable desposit of £20.00. We strongly reccomend to ring and pre-book a scooter if you know when you are visiting. 01598 763352

A main car park exists adjacent to the zoo reception and entrance with tree shade. An overflow car park has to be passed to access the main car park.

Designated disabled car parking exists to the side of the zoo entrance. Should these spaces be full on arrival please enquire at reception as arrangements can be made to accommodate close proximity to the entrance.


It is with regret that dogs, with the exception of assistance and guide dogs and are not allowed into the zoo.

Exmoor Zoo is a BALAI registered zoo which means they can have no movement of animals in or out of the zoo except from another registered BALAI  institution.

Exmoor Zoo Cafe - My Views

As I will be back visiting at the end of March, I wilp update my views on the cafe then, including pricing, items and waiting time, and will publish images of the latest menu on this page as well.

Zoo Trips - Supporting Exmoor Zoo

When Bristol Zoo closed in September 2022, the EEP (Eaza Ex-Situ Program) decided that the pair of Red Panda (Ailurus Fulgens) would move to Exmoor Zoo. Shifumi (Female) & Pan (Male) soon moved over to Exmoor in October 2022 and this led to an opportunity for Zoo Trips to support Exmoor Zoo and also the Red Panda's in their care.

Zoo Trips is committed to supporting zoos that focus on conservation, and by being a member of EAZA and their Breeding Program for Red Panda, this created a good opportunity for Zoo Trips to assist in helping out the Zoo.

Zoo Trips stepped in and agreed to Sponsor the Red Pandas and their Exhibit at Exmoor Zoo, and signage outside their exhibit acknowledges the support given to Exmoor Zoo by Zoo Trips.

As a company that prides itself in supporting the conservation of endangered animals, this opportunity to show our support not just to Exmoor Zoo, but also the Red Panda species as well, was an easy decision, and we are proud to support Exmoor as they look to breed with this Endangered Species (Listed as Endangered by the IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) on their Red List of Threatened Species).

It is hoped that, now the pair have settled into their new exhibit, that they can produce offspring of their own at Exmoor Zoo.

Exmoor Zoo - Review 19/12/22

Exmoor Zoo is something of a "Zoo Enthusiasts" Zoo. It wouldn't be one of the largest zoos in the UK, but it certainly houses a number of interesting species. With probably one of the largest holdings of carnivores in Europe, and easily the largest in the UK, Exmoor certainly attracts a visitor that wants to see the weird and the wonderful, and holds a number of unique UK animals.

Exmoor holds a total of 28 carnivore species at present with the following all currently held;

African Civet (Civettictis Civetta), African Wild Dog (Lycaon Pictus), Arabian Sand Cat (Felis Margrita Harrisoni), Bat-Eared Fox (Tocyon Megalotis Megalotis), Binturong (Arctictis Binturong Albifrons), Bush Dog (Speothos Venaticus), Caracal (Caracal Caracal), Carpathian Lynx (Lynx Lynx Carpathicus), Cheetah (Acinonyx Jubatus Jubatus), Clouded Leopard (Neofelis Nebulosa Nebulosa), Cougar (Felis Concolor), Dwarf Mongoose (Helogale Parvula), Eurasian Grey Wolf (Canis Lupus Lupus), European Wolverine (Gulo Gulo Gulo), Fanaloka (Fossa Fossana), Honey Badger (Mellivora Capensis Signata), Indochinese Smooth-Coated Otter (Lutrogale Perspicillata Perspicillata), Jaguarundi (Herpailurus Yagouaroundi), Maned Wolf (Chrysocyon Brachyurus), Margay (Leopardus Wiedii Yucatanicus), Meerkat (Suricata Suricatta), Nepalese Red Panda (Ailurus Fulgens), New Guinea Singing Dog (Canis Lupus F. Hallstromi), Northern Yellow-Throated Marten (Martes Flavigula Aterrima), Ringtail (Bassariscus Astutus), Rusty-Spotted Cat (Prionailurus Rubiginosus Phillipsi), Serval (Leptailurus Serval), and Striped Skunk (Mephitis Mephitis), although the final species is off-show as it is part of an education species. This number was over 30 during 2022, but the loss of African Leopard, Fishing Cat and Tayra has seen the numbers dip to now 28.

This number is set to increase again however in 2023, with Fishing Cat (Prionailurus Viverrinus), Spotted-Hyena (Crocuta Crocuta) & Snow Leopard (Panthera Uncia) all expected to join the collection, as well as another currently unnamed carnivore expected to go in what was the Tayra exhibit, so the number should increase back to 32 by the end of 2023.

Exmoor doesn't just stop at being the carnivore lovers paradise in the UK, but it also has one of the most impressive bird collections in the UK, with a number of Wetland birds thriving in the Devonian Valleys. The highlight of this collection, has to be the only Shoebill Stork (Balaeniceps Rex) in the UK, but it truly is a bird lovers paradise, especially a lover of Wetland birds.

Exmoor is rather twisty-turny and a case of if you don't observe you are sure to miss something. It's layout is easy to navigate, although you may get lost, but whilst some exhibits are of the smaller size in the UK, you do have the option to see a number of rare species that few places hold.

Photography wise, Exmoor can be a challenge. There is no doubt that the lure of so many niceties brings in the visitors wanting to see the unique animals Exmoor holds, but in the case of animals like the Binturong, Ringtail, Rusty-Spotted Cat and Margay, images can be at times a little challenging. A combination of mesh slightly away from stand off barriers and animals too close to that mesh is a challenge that can't be helped, but a lack of overhang on exhibits with mainly glass viewpoints means reflection is very hard to deal with. Whilst a 150-600mm Lens will often come in handy, the lack of large exhibits and big animals means a 70-300mm or a 100-400mm lends is more than applicable when it comes to photography at Exmoor and possibly serves you better, as the bigger lenses are harder to get around reflection with.

Visits to Exmoor are to be enjoyed for me, and whilst many people would wing around the zoo in an hour or two, I can easily make a day of it, taking my time from exhibit to exhibit and heading back at certain times to see animals when they are usually more active. Part of our reviews are to try and help with these things that can make the day more enjoyable and I would like to pass on details of when I have found a few of the more elusive animals most active at Exmoor;

Honey Badger - Fed between 3pm and 3.30pm, so normally most active then

Wolverine - Fed shortly after 4pm daily so outside of winter when very active, this is the best time to see them.

Bush Dogs - More active early in the mornings

Otters - Fed just after 2pm most days and you'll hear them before you see them!

Clouded Leopard - Fed between 3.45pm and 4pm daily and can often be seen when fed.

Fanaloka - Anytime from around 2pm, best to keep an eye out for the keeper feeding along that corridor.

Jaguarundi - One of the more trickier animals to see, but as late in the day as possible

Margay - Most active early, but can be seen asleep in their bedding box for a lot of the day

Rusty Spotted-Cat - The make up of the exhibit makes them more like rarely spotted cats!

Exmoor Zoo - Zookeeper Experience 2022

Exmoor Zoo - Carnivore Experience 2022

Species Held (As of 07/03/23)

Abyssinian ground hornbill (Bucorvus abyssinicus)

African civet (Civettictis civetta (Syn.: Viverra civetta))

African collared dove (Streptopelia roseogrisea (Syn.: Streptopelia risoria))

African spurred tortoise (Centrochelys sulcata (Syn.: Geochelone sulcata) (Syn.: Testudo sulcata))

African wild dog (Lycaon pictus)

Alpaca (Vicugna vicugna f. pacos (Syn.: Lama guanicoe f. pacos))

Anthonys poison-arrow frog (misid.: Phantasmal Poison Frog) (Epipedobates anthonyi (misid.: Epipedobates tricolor))

Arabian rock hyrax* (Procavia capensis jayakari*)

Arabian sand cat (Felis margarita harrisoni)

Australian green tree frog (Ranoidea caerulea (Syn.: Litoria caerulea) (Syn.: Pelodryas caerulea))

Azara's agouti (Dasyprocta azarae)

Bali myna (Rothschild's mynah) (Leucopsar rothschildi)

Bearded parrotbill (Bearded reedling) (Bearded tit) (No Subspecific status) (Panurus biarmicus)

Black and white ruffed lemur (Varecia variegata variegata)

Black howler monkey (Black-and-gold howler monkey) (Paraguayan howler) (Alouatta caraya)

Black lemur (Eulemur macaco (Syn.: Eulemur macaco macaco))

Black swan (Cygnus atratus)

Black-cheeked lovebird (Agapornis nigrigenis (Syn.: Agapornis personata nigrigenis))

Black-crowned night heron (Nominate subspecies) (Nycticorax nycticorax nycticorax)

Black-faced kangoroo (Mainland Western grey kangoroo)* (Macropus fuliginosus melanops*)

Black-headed ibis (Oriental white ibis) (Threskiornis melanocephalus)

Blue-billed teal (Hottentot teal) (Spatula hottentota (Syn.: Anas hottentota) (Syn.: Anas punctata) (Syn.: Punanetta hottentota))

Blue-crowned laughingthrush (Pterorhinus courtoisi (Syn.: Dryonastes courtoisi) (Syn.: Garrulax galbanus courtoisi))

Blue-tailed monitor* (Varanus doreanus*)

Blue-throated macaw (Wagler's macaw) (Ara glaucogularis (Syn.: Ara caninde))

Blue-winged kookaburra (Dacelo leachii)

Bluestripe garter snake (Florida garter snake)* (Thamnophis sirtalis similis*)

Boa constrictor (Boa constrictor (sensu lato))

Brazilian guinea pig (Cavia aperea)

Brush-Tailed Bettong (Bettongia Penicillata)

California Red-sided garter snake (Onestriped garter snake)* (Thamnophis sirtalis infernalis*)

Callimico (Goeldi's monkey) (Goeldi's marmoset) (Callimico goeldii)

Canvasback (Aythya valisineria)

Cape teal (Anas capensis)

Capybara (Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris (Syn.: Hydrochoeris hydrochaeris))

Caracal (Caracal caracal (Syn.: Profelis caracal))

Carpathian lynx (Lynx lynx carpathicus)

Chestnut teal (Chestnut-breasted teal) (Anas castanea)

Chestnut-naped Imperial-Pigeon (Ducula aenea paulina)

Colombian black spider monkey (Ateles fusciceps rufiventris (Syn.: Ateles fusciceps robustus))

Common Barn Owl (Tyto alba)

Common squirrel monkey (South American squirrel monkey) (Saimiri sciureus)

Corn snake (Eastern corn snake) (Pantherophis guttatus (Syn.: Elaphe guttata))

Cotton-top tamarin (White-plumed tamarin) (Pinche) (Saguinus oedipus (Syn.: Oedipomidas oedipus) (Syn.: Saguinus oedipus oedipus))

Cougar (Puma) (Puma concolor (Syn.: Felis concolor))

Crested partridge (Crested wood partridge) (Roul-roul) (Rollulus rouloul (Syn.: Rollulus roulroul))

Cuban amazon (Cuban parrot) (Amazona leucocephala leucocephala (Syn.: Amazona leucocephala palmarum))

Cuvier's dwarf caiman (Paleosuchus palpebrosus)

Demoiselle crane (Anthropoides virgo (Syn.: Grus virgo))

Dusky pademelon (Dusky wallaby) (Thylogale brunii)

Dwarf mongoose (Helogale parvula)

Dyeing dart frog (Dendrobates tinctorius)

Eastern grey kangaroo (Macropus giganteus)

Eastern grey-crowned crane (East African crowned crane) (Balearica regulorum gibbericeps (Syn.: Balearica pavonina gibbericeps))

Edwards's pheasant (Lophura edwardsi)

Emei Shan liocichla (Mount Omei liocichla) (Grey-cheeked liocichla) (Liocichla omeiensis)

Eurasian goldeneye (Common goldeneye duck) (Bucephala clangula clangula)

Eurasian Great Grey Owl (Strix nebulosa lapponica)

Eurasian Spoonbill (Platalea leucorodia)

Eurasian tawny owl (Strix aluco)

Eurasian wolf (Canis lupus lupus)

European eider (Common eider duck) (Somateria mollissima mollissima)

European pond turtle (Emys orbicularis)

European roller (Coracias garrulus)

European white stork (Ciconia ciconia ciconia)

European wolverine (Gulo gulo gulo (Syn.: Gulo gulo sibirica))

Garden tree boa (Amazon tree boa) (Corallus hortulana (Syn.: Corallus hortulanus) (Syn.: Corallus enydris))

Glossy ibis (Plegadis falcinellus)

Golden pheasant (Chrysolophus pictus)

Golden-handed tamarin (Midas tamarin) (Lacepede's tamarin) (Saguinus midas)

Golden-headed lion tamarin (Gold-and-black lion tamarin) (Leontopithecus chrysomelas)

Great green macaw (Buffon's macaw) (Ara ambiguus (Syn.: Ara ambigua))

Green and black poison dart frog (Gold arrow-poison frog) (Dendrobates auratus (Syn.: Dendrobates tinctorius auratus))

Green tree python (Morelia viridis (Syn.: Chondropython viridis) (sensu lato))

Grey-breasted parakeet (Brazilian grey-breasted conure) (Pyrrhura griseipectus (Syn.: Pyrrhura leucotis griseipectus))

Grey-handed Night Monkey (Grey-legged Night Monkey) (Aotus lemurinus griseimembra (Syn.: Aotus griseimembra) (Syn.: A. trivirgatus griseimembra) )

Hawaiian goose (Nene goose) (Branta sandvicensis)

Helmeted guineafowl (Numida meleagris)

Himalayan monal (Impeyan monal) (Himalayan monal-pheasant) (Lophophorus impejanus)

Hispaniolan rhinoceros iguana (Cyclura cornuta cornuta)

Honduras boat-billed heron (Cochlearius cochlearius ridgwayi)

Hooded vulture (Necrosyrtes monachus (Syn.: Neophron monachus))

Inca tern (Larosterna inca)

Indian peafowl (Blue peafowl) (Indien Peacock) (Pavo cristatus)

Indian spot-billed duck (Anas poecilorhyncha poecilorhyncha)

Indochinese binturong* (Arctictis binturong albifrons*)

Indochinese clouded leopard (Neofelis nebulosa nebulosa (Syn.: Panthera nebulosa nebulosa))

Indochinese smooth-coated otter* (Lutrogale perspicillata perspicillata*)

Jaguarundi (Herpailurus yagouaroundi (Syn.: Puma yagouaroundi))

Java sparrow (Padda oryzivora (Syn.: Lonchura oryzivora))

Lar (White-handed gibbon) (no subspecies-status) (Hylobates lar)

Lesser rhea (Darwin`s rhea) (Rhea pennata (Syn.: Pterocnemia pennata))

Lesser sulphur-crested cockatoo (Cacatua sulphurea sulphurea)

Long-nosed potoroo (Potorous tridactylus)

Mandarin duck (Aix galericulata)

Maned wolf (Chrysocyon brachyurus)

Marine toad (Cane toad) (Rhinella marina (Syn.: Bufo marinus))

Meerkat (Suricata suricatta)

Mindanao bleeding-heart (Bartlett’s bleeding-heart) (Gallicolumba crinigera (Syn.: Gallicolumba criniger))

Mission golden-eyed tree frog (Amazon milk frog) (Trachycephalus resinifictrix (Syn.: Phrynohyas resinifictrix))

Nepalese red panda (Himalayan red panda) (Ailurus fulgens (Syn.: Ailurus fulgens fulgens))

New Guinea highland dog (New Guinea singing dog)* (Canis lupus f. hallstromi (Syn.: Canis lupus hallstromi)*)

Nicobar pigeon (Caloenas nicobarica)

Northern bald ibis (Waldrapp) (Geronticus eremita)

Northern festive Amazon (Bodin´s amazon) (Amazona bodini (Syn.: Amazona festiva bodini))

Northern giant pouched rat (Gambian giant pouches rat)* (Cricetomys gambianus*)

Northern pintail (Anas acuta (Syn.: Dafila acuta))

Northern yellow-throated marten (Martes flavigula aterrima (Syn.: Martes flavigula borealis))

Ochre-marked parakeet (Blue-throated conure) (Blue-throated parakeet) (Pyrrhura cruentata)

Palawan peacock-pheasant (Polyplectron napoleonis (Syn.: Polyplectron emphanum))

Panther chameleon (Furcifer pardalis)

Parma wallaby (Notamacropus parma (Syn.: Macropus parma))

Patagonian mara (Patagonian cavy) (Mara) (Dolichotis patagonum)

Pied avocet (Eurasian avocet) (Recurvirostra avosetta)

Pink-backed pelican (Pelecanus rufescens)

Prehensile-tailed skink (Solomon Island skink) (Corucia zebrata)

Pueblan milk snake (Lampropeltis triangulum campbelli)

Puna ibis (Plegadis ridgwayi)

Red kangaroo (Osphranter rufus (Syn.: Macropus rufus))

Red titi (Coppery titi) (Plecturocebus cupreus (Syn.: Callicebus cupreus))

Red-billed Blue Magpie (Blue Magpie) (No Subspecific status) (Urocissa erythroryncha (Syn.: Urocissa erythrorhyncha) (Syn.: Urocissa melanocephala))

Red-billed quelea (Quelea quelea)

Red-breasted goose (Branta ruficollis (Syn.: Rufibrenta ruficollis))

Red-browed amazon (Red-crowned parrot)* (Amazona rhodocorytha (Syn.: Amazona dufresniana rhodocorytha)*)

Red-cheeked gibbon (Southern Yellow-cheeked crested gibbon) (Golden-cheeked gibbon) (Nomascus gabriellae (Syn.: Hylobates concolor gabriellae))

Red-crested pochard (Netta rufina)

Red-crested turaco (Pink-crested touraco) (Tauraco erythrolophus (Syn.: Proturacus erythrolophus))

Red-crowned amazon (Green-cheeked amazon) (Red-crowned parrot) (Amazona viridigenalis)

Red-eared slider (Trachemys scripta elegans (Syn.: Chrysemys scripta elegans) (Syn.: Pseudemys scripta elegans))

Red-necked wallaby (Bennett's wallaby) (No Subspecific status) (Notamacropus rufogriseus (Syn.: Macropus rufogriseus) (Syn.: Protemnodon rufogrisea))

Red-tailed black cockatoo (Banksian Black-cockatoo) (No Subspecific status) (Calyptorhynchus banksii (Syn.: Calyptorhynchus magnificus))

Ring-tailed lemur (Lemur catta)

Ringed teal (Red-shouldered teal) (Ring-necked teal) (Callonetta leucophrys)

Ringtail (Ring-tailed Cat)* (Bassariscus astutus*)

Ruddy duck (North American ruddy duck) (Oxyura jamaicensis (Syn.: Oxyura jamaicensis jamaicensis))

Ruddy shelduck (Tadorna ferruginea)

Scarlet ibis (Eudocimus ruber)

Serval (Leptailurus serval)

Shoebill (Whale-headed-stork) (Balaeniceps rex)

Silvery marmoset (Mico argentatus (Syn.: Callithrix argentata))

Soay sheep (Hebridean sheep) (Ovis orientalis f. aries)

South African bat-eared fox (Otocyon megalotis megalotis)

South African cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus jubatus)

South American tapir (Brazilian tapir) (Lowland tapir) (no subspecific status) (Tapirus terrestris)

Southern bald ibis (Geronticus calvus)

Southern festive amazon (Red-backed amazon)* (Amazona festiva (Syn.: Amazona festiva festiva)*)

Southern lapwing (Chilean lapwing) (Vanellus chilensis (Syn.: Belonopterus chilensis))

Southern screamer (Crested screamer) (Chauna torquata (Syn.: Chauna cristata))

Spotted fanaloka (Malagasy civet) (Fossa fossana)

Sri Lankan rusty-spotted cat (Prionailurus rubiginosus phillipsi)

Standing's day gecko (Phelsuma standingi)

Straw-necked ibis (Threskiornis spinicollis (Syn.: Carphibis spinicollis))

Striped skunk (Mephitis mephitis)

Superb starling (Superb Glossy Starling) (Lamprotornis superbus (Syn.: Spreo superbus) (Syn.: Lamprospreo superbus))

Swamp wallaby (Black wallaby) (Black-tailed wallaby) (Wallabia bicolor (Syn.: Macropus bicolor))

Tawny frogmouth (Freckled frogmouth) (Podargus strigoides)

Thick-billed parrot* (Rhynchopsitta pachyrhyncha*)

Tokay gecko (Gekko gecko)

Tufted duck (Tufted pochard) (Aythya fuligula)

Turquoise-fronted Amazon (Blue-fronted amazon) (Nominate subspecies) (Amazona aestiva aestiva)

Ural owl (Strix uralensis)

Victoria crowned-pigeon (Goura victoria)

Village weaver (Ploceus cucullatus (Syn.: Textor cucullatus))

Visayan tarictic hornbill (Penelopides panini panini)

Von der Decken's hornbill (Tockus deckeni (Syn.: Tockus deckeni deckeni))

Vulturine guineafowl (Acryllium vulturinum)

West African ratel* (Mellivora capensis signata (Syn.: Mellivora capensis leuconota)*)

Western cattle egret (Buff-backed heron) (Bubulcus ibis ibis (Syn.: Ardeola ibis ibis))

Western sitatunga (Tragelaphus spekii gratus)

Western woylie (Western Brush-tailed bettong) (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi)

White-cheeked turaco (Nominate subspecies) (Menelikornis leucotis leucotis (Syn.: Tauraco leucotis leucotis))

White-crested turaco (Tauraco leucolophus (Syn.: Proturacus leucolophus))

White-faced saki (Guianan saki) (Pale-headed saki) (Pithecia pithecia (Syn.: Pithecia pithecia pithecia))

White-faced whistling-duck (White-faced tree duck) (Dendrocygna viduata)

White-naped crane (Japanese white-necked crane) (Antigone vipio (Syn.: Grus vipio))

White-winged duck (White-winged wood duck) (Asarcornis scutulata (Syn.: Cairina scutulata))

Wonga pigeon (Leucosarcia melanoleuca)

Yellow-banded poison dart frog (Dendrobates leucomelas)

Yellow-shouldered amazon (Yellow-shouldered parrot) (Amazona barbadensis)

Yucatan margay (Leopardus wiedii yucatanicus)

Last Updated: 07/03/23

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