If you’ve been to the park recently, you may have noticed that our lemur walk through enclosure has undergone a major renovation! A new route through the enclosure has been made and more exciting trees, branches and climbing equipment installed. It opened this week and we have some wonderful new residents waiting to greet you!…

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This week we celebrated International Ungulate Awareness Day so I thought this would be a good opportunity to raise their profile and introduce you to the Ungulate species we have at Wingham. I’ve also asked the Mammal keepers to try describe each animals personalities, so lets see if it matches up to their star signs!…

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A big question we get asked on a daily basis with our carnivores is, “what are youfeeding them?”. Especially when we are finishing the tiger talk getting the boys standingup. It’s a good question! The simple answer is horse. Smaller carnivores We feed out an array of different meat sources here at the park with…

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Hi everyone, I’m Beth the Deputy Head of Reptiles and Invertebrates here at Wingham Wildlife Park! I thought there would be no better way to start my first blog here than to introduce you to some of my favourite invertebrates living here at Wingham on my bug list. Part 1: Arachnids Warning! If you fear…

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Hi everyone, my name is Georgia, I am the vet for Wingham Wildlife Park. As it is World Veterinary Day on Saturday 27th April, we thought you might like an insight into what I get up to as the onsite vet for the collection! My role as a vet in a zoological collection varies hugely…

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At Wingham we have a pair of western dwarf crocodiles and we have been working with them to scale train them, in this blog you’ll see how it’s going.  Some snapping facts Dwarf crocodiles are the smallest crocodile species, rarely reaching a length of over 1.5 meters. This nocturnal species are opportunistic feeders, hunting for…

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