Bob the Ranger: A look back at 2014
Bob The Ranger: Diary
Well, 2014 really was a special year at Woburn Safari Park. There were fun-packed charity days which raised brilliant amounts of money, we had new attractions open and of course, the wonderful new additions that we welcomed to the park.
Otter Falls, home to breeding pair Tambo and Kelani, opened last summer and is now a very popular attraction within our Foot Safari. Last year also saw the arrival of many babies across the park. In the Road Safari, 2014 saw five female Bongo calves born – including one of only three sets of twins ever born in captivity. There were also Oryx, Barbary Macaques, Giraffe calves and of course, Asian elephant calf Tarli, who was born in September.
Last year, the Foot Safari saw the arrival of Penguins, Wallabies, Lemurs, Squirrel Monkeys and our Red River Hoglet, Roblet. It really was a busy year!
Looking forward to this year though and it’s already shaping up to be very exciting. Spring will see the new Marmoset enclosure and our new Dissscovery Zone opening which will house reptiles, amphibians, creepy crawlies and many other fascinating insects and bugs.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Woburn Safari Park soon.