A lion at Woburn walking across a sunny hill

Meet the animals

Proud to continue over 100 years of species conservation on the Woburn estate, Woburn Safari Park is a multi award-winning visitor attraction, home to over 80 species of exotic and endangered animals.

The Park's dedicated team of keepers care for a diverse collection of species and is also a natural haven for many more native species.  

Woburn makes a valuable contribution to conservation in fundraising for partner charities, and participates in two levels of managed breeding programmes; EAZA Ex Situ Programme and the European Studbook (ESB).

These vital programmes help to ensure a viable and sustainable captive population of key species is maintained long term.

The Woburn Family

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Meet the Safari Stars


Male Asian Elephant eats browse with trunk while standing in expansive grassy field


Raja is the male elephant in the Woburn Safari Park herd, living with four females Chandrika, Damini, Yu Zin and juvenile Tarli, in a specially designed house.

Male barbary macaque tucks into a piece of carrot


Berlinga is one of the breeding males in the Barbary macaque troop that lives at the Park.

Male giraffe looks at camera against blue sky backdrop


Casper is a Rothschild's Giraffe and lives among the herd at Giraffe Junction in the Road Safari.

Great Sulphur Crested Cockatoo looks into camera in Birds in Action ampitheatre


Pepe is a Greater Sulphur Crested Cockatoo which are native to Australia; he is by far the Park's cheekiest bird.

Female Rhino walks across expansive grassy reserve


Mirijam is a Southern White Rhino; she lives alongside two other rhinos in the Savannah Grasslands reserves.