Taylor Wimpey North Thames has hosted a series of special events to celebrate its sponsorship of the new tiger house at Woburn Safari Park.
Some of the tiniest babies at the park have been born in the past few weeks. In the Monkey Business walk-through enclosure, visitors this summer will be able to spot four small new faces, peering at from their safe position clinging onto their mother’s fur
Woburn celebrates the extremely rare birth of twins of it's most critically endangered resident at the park - the Eastern Mountain Bongo. Not only are twins rare, but there are only 80-100 of this beautiful antelope species left in the wild, so these calves are extremely important for future conservation.
A specially designed new enclosure has just been completed for our otters which will be located between Desert Springs and the Birds in Action amphitheatre. The development has a nice large area with a waterfall and stream running through the middle.
There are loads of indoor and outdoor activities included in your ticket price. Plus this summer, you can enjoy some great new activities and attractions. Visit Desert Springs and see the brand new Otter Falls development. Or catch the new mini 3D movie in Sea Lion Cove!