Month: April 2015

Exodus launches new 2015/16 expert wildlife trips

Exodus, one of the UK’s leading adventure tour operators, is offering a host of new, once in a lifetime wildlife encounters for 2015/16.  These include an incredible trip in search of Papua New Guinea’s birds of paradise, a chance to accompany scientists researching whale sharks in the Sea of Cortez and a specialist photography trip […]

Cownose rays make first appearance in Weymouth

Cownose rays have made their first ever appearance at the Weymouth SEA LIFE Adventure Park and Tower, a species renowned for their close formation synchronised swimming, which in the wild enables them to better stir up sediment and expose buried clams and oysters. The five six month-old tropical rays have a ‘dark sheep’ in their midst however, as one […]

Cotswold Wildlife Park celebrates first male rhino birth!

Cotswold Wildlife Park recently celebrated two incredible milestones. First-time mother Ruby gave birth to the park’s first male rhino on the same day the park celebrated its 45th anniversary. Keepers and a few lucky visitors were present when Ruby gave birth at 12.30pm on Friday 27th March. In less than ten minutes, the fifteen-month pregnancy was over and, thankfully, […]

Kent Life Heritage Farm Park

As well as being a year-round family attraction, award-winning Kent Life Heritage Farm Park, near Maidstone, is also a real working farm where farm animals are showcased and bred. Kent Life’s free-range livestock include sheep, cattle, pigs, horses, donkeys, goats, poultry, rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets, ducks, geese and, most recently, alpacas – all housed in historic outhouse barns. Wherever […]