Welcome to Berkshire Reptile Encounters
Berkshire Reptile Encounters rescue and re-home hundreds of unwanted reptiles and offer great educational reptile visits to many schools, fetes and other groups across Berkshire. At Berkshire Reptile Encounters our aim is to provide a fun, enjoyable, entertaining and educational service to everyone we visit.
We are situated in Berkshire and we can provide a quality service across Berkshire and many of the surrounding areas.
Berkshire Reptile Rescue has been running since 1996 and have taken in, rehabilitated and rehomed hundreds of unwanted reptiles. Lack of funds spawned an expansion to include reptile events for schools, fetes, birthday and other groups in 2008.
This is aimed at educating children and others about reptiles and other exotic animals. We are liability insured for 5m, hold a performing animals licence and pet shop licence and an animal transporter licence as well as CRB checked. We offer local schools anything from a one hour visit to one class or a workshop for the day in a central area.
Our summer fetes, fairs, Christmas fairs certainly attract the crowds. If you think your child’s school may want a visit, get in contact soon. For birthday or other parties with a more exotic feel we can do hourly handling sessions to afternoon shows with a larger amount of animals for the afternoon for 2 or more experienced handlers.
For an enjoyable educational reptile visit in Berkshire look no further than Berkshire Reptile Encounters and call us on: 07930 247329.
Berkshire Reptile Encounters specialise in the following areas:
- Educational Reptile Visits
- Reptile Education
- Exotic Animal Visits
- Reptile Parties
- Mini Beast Education
- Unusual Animals
- Entertainment For Schools
- Exotic Animal Parties
A word from Graham Martin- Primary Keeper and Entertainer
“I have always been into animals, especially exotic animals. I sort of fell into starting a rescue nearly 20 years ago but had kept many species of fish reptile amphibian and bugs before that time. The encounters side came about as a way of raising funds and became very popular and it turned out it was very useful as a promotional tool for the rescue.”