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Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 80

[liz & slinky-png .png] Super-Dad! As I'm writing this blog on Father's Day, I thought I would write about one of the best bird dads in...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 79

[liz & slinky-png .png] Do They Eat Meerkats? Wild meerkats live in the deserts of southern Africa, and they must always be on the look...

Wildlife Children's Blog number 78

[liz & slinky-png .png] What Is It? I took this picture of one of our birds this week, but do you recognise it? Clue: It's a bird. Clue: ...

Wildlife Park Children's blog number 77

[liz & slinky-png .png] Ugg is Having a Party! Well, not exactly, but this Saturday and Sunday there's going to be a special falconry e...

Wildlife Park Children's blog number 76

[liz & slinky-png .png] Slinky's Treat After a hard day's work (meeting and greeting his fans, teaching classes about snakes, habitats, camou...

Wildlife Park Children's blog number 75

[liz & slinky-png .png] Pretty in Pink Flamingos look amazing, with their long legs and curved beaks. But most of all it's their pink co...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 74

[liz & slinky-png .png] Not All Penguins are from the South Pole There are 17 different sorts of penguin in the world, and although they...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 73

[liz & slinky-png .png] The Circle of Life I have some sad news this week: Clanger, our female tapir, has died. She was 25, which is ver...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 72

[liz & slinky-png .png] Easter Eggs for Everyone! It was fantastic to have lots of visitors at the Park this Easter, especially after such a...

Wildlife Children's Blog number 71

[liz & slinky-png .png] Where's the Spring Weather ?! Looking out of the window at the blizzard, and listening to the piles of snow falling...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 70

[liz & slinky-png .png] Shhh! Dinner Falling! This is a agouti, a small brown animal from the Amazon rainforest. He looks quite plain and o...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 69

[liz & slinky-png .png] Time for a Show The other day I was waiting for some children to arrive for their school trip. I wandered out with ...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 68

[liz & slinky-png .png] Out in the Sunshine Hard to believe, but it hasn't rained for nearly two weeks! Our animals have been loving this br...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 66

[liz & slinky-png .png] Half Term Fun It has been quite an exciting week for some of the Park's animals. Not only did they get pancake...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 67

[liz & slinky-png .png] What a Mouthful! I took these pictures of Slinky eating his dinner a few years ago, and came across them the ot...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 65

[liz & slinky-png .png] Love is in the Air! On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday next week the Park is celebrating Valentine's Day by making ...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 64

[liz & slinky-png .png] What a Beauty! I was really pleased with this photo of a black swan that I took the other day. The swan was actuall...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 63

[liz & slinky-png .png] Loving the Snow! The lynx have been very happy with the cold snowy weather we've been having recently. They don't s...

Wildlife Children's Blog number 62

[liz & slinky-png .png]Not in the Mood for a Photoshoot! Ugg the spectacled owl was hand-reared by Tina, one of the Park's managers...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 62

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