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This page is currently being prepared. If you need any information about secondary school visits don't hesitate to contact me Regards Liz...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog

[Liz and Slinky.jpg] Welcome to my blog! I hope you will enjoy reading this new blog. Check it out each week to find out what's been h...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog

[liz & slinky.png] The Baby Meerkats are Out and About! [baby meerkats-3_mar11.jpg] It looks like mum and dad are keep...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog

[liz & slinky-blog pic.png] [orinoco.jpg]Orinoco Reception and Year One classes who have visited our Rainforest Magic ...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog

[liz & slinky-blog pic.png] Baby Sitatunga born A sitatunga is a type of antelope found in African swamps. They have brown, ...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog

[liz & slinky-blog pic.png] Windy Start to Spring! The weather this week wasn't quite as bad as the weather forecast said it was going to be (...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog

[liz & slinky-png copy.png] What are the Meerkats Watching? There's been a lot of activity near the meerkat's enclosure this week. Lots...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog

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Wildlife Park Children's Blog

[liz & slinky-png.png] Summer Came Early! The beautiful weather over the Easter Holiday meant that the Wildlife Park had lots of visitor...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog

[liz & slinky-png .png] Otter Fun! I was watching the Canadian otters playing in the mud today. After sploshing around in the mud they d...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog

[liz & slinky-png .png] Vince the Vulture Vince, our male king vulture, lives in a big aviary with his mate in the Amazon area. He is a v...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog

[liz & slinky-png .png] Blowing in the Wind! The animals have had to struggle with very windy weather this week. In fact on Monday it was...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog

[liz & slinky-png .png] Who's Been Eating the Fence? The photo below gives the game away - I spotted this capybara busily gnawing at the f...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog - number 12

[liz & slinky-png .png] One of Our Regular Visitors Not all the animals you see at the Park actually live there - some are just visitin...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog - number 13

[liz & slinky-png .png] Mara Showing Off There are around 15 mara (sometimes called "Patagonian cavies") at the Wildlife Park, wandering fr...

Poster Results

Isle of Man Bank Poster Competition Results We would like to say a big thank you to all those who entered this year's competition. There we...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog - number 14

[liz & slinky-png .png] Spot the Baby Wallaby! It's sometimes hard to see when our animals have had babies. The mothers often keep them h...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog - number 15

[liz & slinky-png .png] Congratulations to the Winners of the Poster Competition! Infant Category: 1st Prize - Claire Kneale, Yea...