There is a whole host of new faces to see as spring arrives early at Woburn Safari Park, with arrivals from around the world and a boom of babies within the Park.
A new male eastern mountain bongo named Bowie has moved into the Park as part of the European Endangered species Programme (EEP).
Keepers welcomed the arrival of three male eland antelope calves in the African Savannah reserve on the Road Safari this month.
The Barbary Macaques troop at Woburn Safari Park received an early visit from some mischievous visitors, who came bearing shamrock-shaped enrichment treats for them ahead of St Patrick’s Day.
The year got off to a good start in Animal Encounters with the birth of Anglo Nubian twin goat kids and now a Somali black headed lamb has joined the flock at the Park.
Make some furry new friends at fantastic new attraction - Alpaca Outpost. Climb on the Great Woburn Railway and see if they'll feed from your hand! 'Herd' on over for a safari adventure today.
After high winds brought down a huge eucalyptus tree into the garden of the Old Sun at Ampthill on Saturday, keepers from Woburn Safari Park were called.
Late on Friday 8th February 2019, Woburn Safari Park's keepers welcomed two beautiful Anglo Nubian goat kids to mother Morgan, and father King (named for previous team members of Leicester City football club).