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Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 97

[liz & slinky-png .png]Real Love at the Wildife Park! We had lots of fun last Friday and Saturday (13th & 14th February), making special...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 96

[liz & slinky-png .png] Meet Our New Baby! Louka, our female Brazilian tapir who arrived last summer, brought with her a secret that we didn't know...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 95

[liz & slinky-png .png] Christmas Fun at the Wildlife Park! We made Christmas crackers with a difference this weekend - they were filled with tre...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 94

[liz & slinky-png .png]Meet Kush the Panda One of the Wildlife Park's most recent arrivals is Kush. He's a young male red panda, who has come ...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 93

[liz & slinky-png .png] Persistent Peacock! This peacock wasn't having much luck with the peahens just recently. He followed them round and r...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 93

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Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 92

[liz & slinky-png .png] It's Been a While! If you're a follower of the Wildlife Park Children's Blog, you have probably been getting a bit...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 91

[liz & slinky-png .png] The Sunshine is Back! Well it rained, and rained ....... and rained. The puddles at the Wildlife Park were mor...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 90

[liz & slinky-png .png] I Want a Fish Too! When the keeper arrives with his bucket of fish to feed the penguins and pelicans each day, he i...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 89

[liz & slinky-png .png]Christmas Tree Fun! Most animals enjoy having new things to sniff and explore. And believe it or not, an old Chr...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 88

[liz & slinky-png .png] We Went Crackers for Christmas! Even the animals joined in the festive spirit at our special Christmas event this we...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 87

[liz & slinky-png .png] Colour-Me-Wild! Friday was the last of this year's Colour-Me-Wild activity days for Reception groups. We have had ov...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 86

[liz & slinky-png .png] Monkey Business! I can never walk past our crab-eating macaques without stopping to watch them for a minute or two....

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 85

[liz & slinky-png .png] Wonderful Wallabies! The Year 5 class from Victoria Road have named their class the "wallabies". What better excus...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 85

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Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 84

[liz & slinky-png .png] The Meerkats are Missing You! Out of all the animals here, I think the meerkats are the ones who most enjoy h...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 83

[liz & slinky-png .png] Sizzling Summer What beautiful weather we had this summer! At the Park we had LOTS of visitors, so I hope that y...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 82

[liz & slinky-png .png] Cute Baby Elk Our baby elk is nearly two months old now and is doing really well. He (or maybe she - we're not sure...

Wildlife Park Children's Blog number 81

[liz & slinky-png .png] Monkey Watching A couple of weeks ago, 80 people from a big office in Douglas got a bit bored sitting in front o...