Conservation and preservation are at the heart of any good safari park – especially ours. We're hugely proud of our population of over 700 animals – some very special and intriguing. We aim to give our explorers an amazing interactive experience, all to help them learn about endangered animals. And, we’re always applying our specialist skills to identify and investigate threats to biodiversity, then following with real action to stop them. So even though we’re all about discovery and learning, you’ll find just as much desire for the conservation of our beautiful animals.
Our strategic conservation objectives:
To preserve sustainable populations through in-situ and ex-situ conservation projects, and integrating these activities in all our work.
Animal Welfare and Husbandry:
To strive to maintain the highest standards of animal husbandry to ensure the welfare of the animals in our care.
To undertake research that we can share with the wider zoo community to continue the evolution of animal management and understanding of animal species.
To provide a unique experience to inform, inspire and delight our visitors.
To provide learning opportunities to positively influence visitors understanding about species, conservation and sustainability.
To promote sustainable practices throughout all areas of the establishment.
We try to do everything in our power to communicate our passion for wildlife and environmental issues. Which includes offering ongoing support to various conservation groups through donations... To view the conservation groups we support please click here