The elephant herd and their team of keepers have been working hard each year raising funds to support the International Elephant Foundation. Read more about their good work for elephant charities worldwide.
Read about how and why the Amur tiger is protected by an Endangered Species Breeding programme and how Woburn Safari Park is involved.
An evocative new 'garden' has been opened in the Foot Safari at the Park to highlight the elephant ivory crisis. This brand new educational and emotive exhibit is supported by Prince William’s wildlife charity - Tusk; and the gets a new home at Woburn Safari Park.
Helping Rhinos is a charity which is focused on ensuring the long-term secruity and survival of the rhino, along with other endangered wildlife in their natural habitats.
Woburn Safari Park's Head of Conservation and Head of Section - Animal Encounters has been involved with both the World Parrot Trust and is also the EAZA Species Monitor for the African Grey Parrot. Find out more about the conservation projects