Adopt an Animal at Beale Wildlife Park Animal, Bench or Tree

Adopt an animal, tree or bench

Beale Wildlife Park currently runs three adoption schemes, one for animas, one for trees and one for benches


Adopt an animal species at Beale Wildlife Park

By adopting a species of animal at Beale Wildlife Park, you will be making a direct contribution to our work in animal conservation.

We have many birds and mammals at the Park and have selected some of the most popular species for you to choose from to adopt:

For just £40, as an animal adopter, you will receive:

  • A mug specially created for those who have adopted an animal.
  • A complimentary ticket for one visit during the year.
  • Four updates on their animal group and on the Park via e-mail.
  • An adoption certificate.
  • Your name on the adoption board (updated monthly).

For £50, you will receive all of the above plus an additional complimentary ticket, window sticker and £5 voucher to spend at the Park.

*coming in 2020.

Next steps

Once you have decided which species option you would like to adopt, simply:

  • Complete the form, click here.
  • If paying by cheque, please make it payable to ‘The Child Beale Trust’.
  • Send the cheque and the completed form to: Administration, Beale Wildlife Park, Lower Basildon, Reading, Berkshire, RG8 9NW.
  • If paying by credit/debit card, please return the completed form. A member of the Beale Wildlife Park team will then contact you to take payment.

If you have any questions, contact us on 01189 976480 or email

Trees and Benches

There are more than 50 varieties of tree at Beale Wildlife Park, all of which are available for adoption, whether it’s a traditional Oak or a more exotic Indian Bean Tree.

If you would like to remember a loved one with a bench, there are plenty of beautiful locations in the Park where you may like one to be located.  Bench sponsorships last 10 years.

If you have any questions, contact us on 01189 976480 or email

The Park is now closed for the winter. Please keep an eye on our website news section and via our social media sites for updates on the animals.