Noku is an African Crested Porcupines living down at Desert Springs alongside the meerkats and mongoose. Noku spends most of her time sleeping and enjoying tasty treats.
Woburn Safari Park has a large collection of Humboldt penguins, including 24 adults and an ever growing population of young.
Monica is one of our four Californian sea lions living at Woburn Safari Park at Sea Lion Cove and Sea Lion Beach in the Foot Safari area of the park.
Berlinga lives in the African Jungle drive-through reserve at Woburn Safari Park and is part of the troop of Barbary Macaques monkeys.
Tullulah is one of the lionesses within our pride of nine lions at Woburn Safari Park. She is actually the cousin of the other individuals within the pride, but is treated like a fellow sibling.
Albert lives in the Foot Safari, in the Animal Encounters section of the park. As you might imagine, Albert enjoys grazing on the grass in the sunshine.
Pepe is a Greater Sulphur Crested Cockatoo which are native to Australia; he is by far our cheekiest bird. Pepe is still very young for a parrot - they can live up 60 years old, or even longer!
Raja is the male elephant in the Woburn Safari Park herd, living with four females Chandrika, Damini, Yu Zin and calf Tarli, in a specially designed house.
Mirijam is a Southern White Rhino and she arrived at Woburn Safari Park in 2010, she lives with three other rhino in the Savannah Grasslands reserves.
George is one of our male Black Bears, he lives in a 13 acre enclosure mixed with other Black Bears and Canadian Timber Wolves as he naturally would out in the wild.