Woburn Safari Park are kicking off the national BIAZA ‘Love your Zoo’ week on World Biodiversity Day (22nd May) by celebrating the great work that zoos often unintentionally do for a whole host of native species. The weekend sees the annual BioBlitz survey take place which determines lots of the native species living at the Park.
It's a hop, skip and jump into the Summer season this year, with a bumper crop of babies in each section of the park. Keepers are celebrating all the new arrivals - find out more about their names and how they are settling in.
Read all about calf Tarli's last couple of weeks with her mum, Damini and the herd of Asian elephants at Woburn Safari Park. Tarli is now seven months old and over three times heavier than her birth weight - she's growing up fast! She's been heading out for long walks with her family...
Woburn Safari Park is thrilled to welcome the arrival of a new critically endangered Rothschild giraffe. After an apparently easy birth, the cute new addition, born last month, proved to be rather more difficult when it came to confirming the sex.
Woburn Safari Park is enjoying a baby boom at the moment. Meet the ringtail lemur twins in Animal Encounters, three eland antelope calves a very newborn Wildebeest!