Spring has sprung at Woburn Safari Park, with the first arrivals of the year making their adorable debut!
In July, Head of Animal Encounters, Hayley Potter and Deputy Head of Section, Lianne Paine were called out to a local school to help rescue a peregrine falcon who found itself trapped in a school classroom.
Animal keepers at Woburn Safari Park are thrilled to announce that a tiny new baby ring-tailed Lemur has arrived in the Foot Safari’s walk-through Land of the Lemurs enclosure.
African male lion, Joco, who joined the Park from Erfurt Zoo in Germany last year, has spent the last few months slowly being integrated alongside the seven-strong female pride.
In March, the ring tailed lemur troop at the park welcomed two new babies - male infant Rakoto on 17th March and female Missy on 21st March. The pair are settling in well and can be seen causing mischief down in Land of Lemurs.