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[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 ...

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[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...

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...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog - number 16

[liz & slinky-png .png] Otter Antics Children often ask me to name my favourite Wildlife Park animal, and I have to admit that I have lots ...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog - number 17

[liz & slinky-png .png] New School Year I expect you're all very busy at the moment, settling in to a brand new year. Some schools have alre...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 18

[liz & slinky-png .png] The Park of Many Colours During the autumn term the Wildlife Park has lots of four and five year old visitors, on ...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 19

[liz & slinky-png .png] Pose for the Camera! Some animals at the Park don't like having their photo taken. Others, however, love posing ...