North Devon and Exmoor Wildlife & Nature.
The 80 acres (42 hectares) at Huxtable Farm has a variety of habitats; woodland, pasture, hedgerows, pond, stream, a steep bracken covered slope, small orchard and fruit garden.
Huxtable Farm achieved Devon Wildlife Trust Approval -GOLD Award for a number of years and continues to manage the land to encourage wildlife, despite the Devon Wildlife Trust no longer running this wildlife approval scheme.
Huxtable Farm Wildlife Information – Huxtable Farm B&B Devon Wildlife Farm Trail and Wildlife reserves near by in association with Visit Devon.
Quince Honey Farm The worlds largest exhibition of living honey bees, South Molton Tel: 01769 572401 (Discount voucher available to visitors staying at Huxtable Farm)
Exmoor Deer in the woods Exmoor Zoo Home of the Exmoor Beast Tel: 01598 763352 (Discount voucher available to visitors staying at Huxtable Farm)
Exmoor National Park Some of you will have seen the recent BBC 2 series where Johnny Kingdom goes in search of the Red deer on Exmoor, some of these wild red deer roam across Huxtable Farm, please see photogallery
Experience Exmoor– From smelling the flowers to picnicking under the stars
Exmoor Pony Centre working to promote and conserve the Exmoor Pony.
Devon Wildlife Trust Events and information on conserving Devon’s wildlife
Devon County Show, Exeter 16,17 & 18th May 2019
North Devon Show, 7th August 2019
Stuart Line Cruises. Discover Devon’s history, beauty and wildlife along the Jurassic coast, from one of Devon’s best boats trips.
Badger Watch Safaris Watch these shy creatures at close range Nr Tiverton Tel: 01398 351506
Barle Valley Safaris Explore Exmoor in a 4×4 Landrover Tel: 01643 851386
David Kennard, North Devon sheep dog handler North Devon shepherd and sheep dog handler, displays, videos and books
Wildlife & Dinosaur Park Family park with dinosaurs & animals, Combe Martin Tel: 01271 882486
Ilfracombe Aquarium; The exhibits include a unique zoned journey experience starting from the source of an Exmoor stream, down river to the estuary & rockpools of Ilfracombe harbour and coast to Lundy Island with it’s marine reserve.
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Printable version of Get Wild about Huxtable Farm B&B by Visit Devon