If you’re looking for the perfect gift for an animal lover, then look no further than our animal adoption packs! Half of every adoption purchase goes directly to one of our chosen conservation projects, helping to fund work with endangered species both overseas and in the UK.
Adoptions start from just £30 for one of our six most charismatic creatures at the safari park, and range from basic Digital Adoption packs up to personalised Gold Adoption.
Every adoption package will include:
- 1 Free admission ticket
- Personal adoption certificate
- Animal fact sheet
- A fridge magnet (Gold pack)/Safari Wallpaper (Digital pack)
- Behaviour Change Challenge
- Your name will appear on the adopters board at the safari park
You can also choose from some fantastic extras to make your adoption even more amazing:
|You can make an additional donation to a conservation project|
|You can donate toward an enrichment device for your chosen animal|
Behaviour Change Challenge
If you are wondering what our Behaviour Change Challenge might involve, don’t worry, it’s nothing too scary! We want to encourage as many of our supporters to start thinking about how small changes in everyday life can have a positive impact on animals in the wild, as well as the natural environment as a whole. Look out for behaviour change pledge ideas around the park and on our Facebook page to learn more about what you can do every day to make a real change!
Adoptions bought in 2014/15 will be supporting our conservation work.
Native British Conservation Project -Ecological Surveys Supporting
Native Plants and Animals.
February 2016 Update – We have begun taking the first steps towards creating and restoring a new pond habitat for UK native wildlife. This initial phase sees the team analysing water samples around the park in preparation for reintroducing native plants, fauna and animals. We’ll be documenting the process stage by stage with images and video over the following months.
Niokola Koba National Park – Derby Eland
February 2016 Update – In 2015, adoptions have helped to support our work in West Africa. A member of the team is currently out in Senegal and will be reporting back the latest news from the Western Derby Eland project. So hopefully we will see many more baby eland in the near future!