The popularity of seeing majestic African lions has been highlighted by the winner of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, currently running until 30th August 2015 at the Natural History Museum and celebrating its 50th year this year.
Cotswold Wildlife Park is celebrating their first Brazilian Tapir birth since 2006. The calf has been called Lolita and was born to first-time parents Gomez and Cali. Visitors to the park can see her exploring the enclosure she shares with her parents, alongside the world’s largest rodent species – the Capybara. As can be seen […]
Western Africa is perhaps less well known than the more famous areas of East and South Africa but there are many hidden gems to explore as a result.
East Africa is renowned for its concentrations of wild animals such as the big five of elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard and black rhino, though populations have been declining in recent times, particularly those of the rhino and elephant.
Visit The Deep in Hull this Christmas and see Santa as he takes some time out from the North Pole to feed the gentoo penguins! From 20th December to 4th January 2015, Santa will be at the aquarium at 11.30am each day to give the gentoo penguins their morning feed, plus, on every weekend in December and […]
Attractions across the UK are marking 50 years of the IUCN’s Red List. Many are involved in conserving endangered species such as the Sumatran tiger pictured. Why not explore the conservation efforts in the UK on a visit? One of the attractions in the UK marking the milestone is Paignton Zoo, part of the international breeding […]