Lemur Charity Weekend

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Join keepers on the 23rd and 24th October to help raise money in aid of Impact Madagascar's ring-tailed lemur Berenty Project.
 
There are lots of fun ways to take part...
 
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Fundraising for the lemurs

Enter a prize draw to win an unforgettable VIP Experience

Woburn Safari Park is excited to offer an unforgettable Off-Road Safari VIP Experience for you and three of your loved ones. You'll go off-road with a dedicated tour guide to get up-close to the animals in the Road Safari in this amazing 90-minute tour!

PLUS, you'll be given the amazing opportunity to meet the lemurs and find out more about the individual animals living at Woburn Safari Park.

HOW TO ENTER:

Each £5 donation made HERE will act as an automatic entry into the prize draw. For full terms and conditions, head here.

To enter, just click here and submit your donation via the Facebook Fundraising page in aid of Impact Madagascar. 

Get up close to the animals in a Mini VIP Experience

Get up close to some of the animal residents in the Foot Safari on the 23rd or 24th October as part of a Mini VIP Experience... all while you raise much-needed funds for the wild ring-tailed lemurs.

Speak to the keepers on the day for more information about this behind-the-scenes experience which will take you up close with some of the residents of the Foot Safari!

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Join keepers for plenty of lemur fun!

Join the dedicated Foot Safari keepers at their stall (outside the Safari Restaurant, no 29 on your map) on the 23rd and 24th October for an exciting array of lemur-themed games and an amazing tombola!

All of the money raised will be donated to Impact Madagascar and will go towards their Berenty Project, set up to ensure that ring-tailed lemurs have a future out in the wild.

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WHAT DOES THE BERENTY PROJECT DO?

Berenty is a private reserve of gallery forest located in Southern Madagascar.

Originally home to the ring-tailed lemur, unfortunately, brown lemurs were introduced to the area in the '70s and have since begun to jeopardize the long-term survival of the endangered ring-tailed lemurs.

The Berenty Project works hard in monitoring the populations of both lemur species, in limiting the Brown lemur population growth by using fertility control, and in assessing the interactions between the two species.