Tawny Owl
Scrumpy our Tawny owl was born in 2018. Like all Tawny owls Scrumpy eats his prey whole then coughs up pellets. This pelle...
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Our flock of Greater flamingos came to the park in 2019 from Martin Mere Wetland Centre.
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African Grey Hornbill
African Grey Hornbills are smaller members of the Hornbill family which are easily identified by their casque on their bea...
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Golden pheasant
The male golden pheasants are brightly coloured where as the females are a pale brown. This pheasant was introduced to the...
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The largest of the kingfishers, kookaburras mate for life, living in pairs or small family groups. They are found in open ...
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Crowned cranes
The Crowned Crane is easily identifiable by its golden crest or “crown” both sexes are alike. When in search of prey the c...
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What's on today

A selection of the following events and activities will be happening today:

Otter and Red Panda Talk

Time: 2:00pm

Lemur Talk

Time: 1:00pm

Bird of Prey Display

Time: 12:00pm & 3:00pm

Reptile & Bug Talk

Time: 11:00am & 4:00pm