Conservation at Woburn Safari Park

Our conservation mission:

Woburn Safari Park is an expansive wild animal park, home to over 1,000 wild animals living in 360 acres of Bedfordshire parkland.

Our mission is to help protect the long term future of vulnerable animal species by making a direct contribution to in-situ and ex-situ conservation projects. This is done by generating funds for animal charities working to protect habitats and species in the wild; through educating visitors and the public; raising awareness of conservation issues and involvement in endangered animal breeding programmes.

We are also committed to native species conservation through direction action and sustainable use of resources.

Projects we support

Our mission is to help protect the long term future of vulnerable animal species by making a direct contribution to in-situ and ex-situ conservation projects. One way in which this is done is by generating funds for animal charities working to protect habitats and species in the wild. The team at the Park supports a number of conservation projects aimed at helping the wild populations of animals including elephants, rhinos, squirrel monkeys, lemurs, and red pandas, among others.

Read all about the conservation project and charities that the team at Woburn Safari Park support - and find out how you can get involved!

Get involved

Each year the Park's dedicated team of keepers host various charity events. Find out how you can join them for fun and games as they raise money for charities including the International Elephant Foundation, the Giraffe Conservation Foundation, the Red Panda Network, TUSK and many others!

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