Join the Animal Encounters team at Woburn Safari Park for a special day of fun and games on the 21st September as they celebrate International Red Panda Day.
Buy standard admission tickets and come along to the park on the 21st September to join the Animal Encounters team, and red pandas Mali and Sanka, for International Red Panda Day.
Why we are helping red pandas
The IUCN has listed Red panda as ‘Endangered’ with less than 10,000 individuals in the wild, although this figure may be much smaller.
Unfortunately, they suffer from habitat loss and illegal killing and as a result individuals live in very small ‘subpopulations’, meaning the future could result in poor gene pools out in the wild from inbreeding.
Red Panda Network (RPN) is the world’s first nonprofit organisation dedicated to protecting red pandas and their habitat. The Red Panda Network works with local communities in Nepal on community based research, education, and sustainable development projects to ensure the survival of wild red pandas.
To find out more about the work that Red Panda Network do, click here.
Meet the keepers at their stall in the Foot Safari to take part in some fabulous, fun activities including a ring toss, a red panda mask making station, and guess how many bamboo leaves in a jar competition, as well as much more.
Plus, have a go at the tombola at the park on the 21st September and you could win some amazing prizes.
Help raise funds and get closer to the animals
Plus, go on a super Mini VIP experience for only £20 per person!
Get up close to the lemurs, meerkats, penguins, tortoises, or the Shetland pony, donkey and kune kune pig as you help raise money for the Red Panda Network.
Mini VIP trips are only available to book on the day and are first come first served.