You may be wondering what we feed our leaf eating (browse) animals during our winter months when there are much fewer leaves available for them to eat. Well, the answer is browse silage, but what is it?  First there are a few questions to ask, beginning with; What is a browse feeder?  Within the animal…

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Hello friends, I hope you are surviving January! Its nearly over, we got this! I have an update for you on some of the training that’s going on in the park. (If you want to check out my progress from previous blogs you can find them here). Orangutans A few updates on the orangs! They…

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As Wingham Wildlife Park has continued to grow, specialize and constantly strive to improve our husbandry we have had to make a decision to change where we get our fresh produce was. In the past, we had received around 95% of our fruit and vegetables from supermarkets sending us their waste. This was always sufficient…

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This blog will be focusing on our beautiful boy Loki, our handsome male jaguar. Jaguars are the third largest big cat in the world, after tigers and lions. These incredibly powerful animals were worshipped as gods. They are also a symbol of intelligence, beauty and strength, and we can see why! These stunning animals are…

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This week we have been invited to celebrate the Great Big Green Week (18th– 26th Sept) with The Climate Coalition and BIAZA. We wanted to take this as an opportunity to let you know what we are doing at Wingham Wildlife Park to tackle climate change and discuss why this is such an important subject!…

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Hey everyone! For my blog, this week I am going to talk about a very special group of monkeys, the Leaf eating Monkeys. They live in a subfamily group called Colobinae and are typically found throughout Africa and Asia and are long-tailed, tree dwelling monkeys that depend almost entirely on leaves as the main part…

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