We're so happy to announce that Odin and Nuna are first-time parents to four adorable cubs. The cubs are now six weeks-old and growing up fast. They're active early and late in the day and can be seen in or around their den directly opposite the bear enclosure. We'll be letting them and parents into their large enclosure when they have their health check at approximately 12 weeks old.
The Wildwood Trust team are celebrating after another record breaking year, this time providing 29 of the 39 dormice that are to be released today in a bid to halt the extinction of one of Britain’s most treasured wild animals.
Visitors to Wildwood were thrilled to be greeted by four adorable wolf cubs as they ventured out for the first time today. Keepers have been keeping a watchful eye on first time mum, Nuna, as she nursed her cubs over the last three weeks – with state of the art video surveillance, their every move has been monitored and the expert keepers at Wildwood are pleased to say all four cubs are in excellent health.
Wildwood Trust, Kent’s unique British wildlife park and conservation charity, is celebrating after being granted desperately-needed funding to repair the park’s woodland pathways and install a concreted entrance to their car park.
Welcome to the January edition of the Wildwood newsletter and the beginning of 2018. We have some good news at the park, some great plans for the future and one bit of particularly bad news this month.
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Wildwood Trust has welcomed the Government's 25-year plan to improve the natural environment which was launched yesterday. Much of the content has been a ringing endorsement of Wildwood Trust’s charitable objectives which we have campaigned on for the last 16 years, and shows how our charity has played a significant role in shaping wildlife policy.
Keepers and conservationists at Wildwood Trust took delivery of four of Britain’s rarest lizards today.
The sand lizards, which were believed to have gone extinct in Kent in the 1970’s, will be bred at the Canterbury based wildlife conservation charity with a view to reintroducing them to their former range.