Description: Watch our energetic and playful group of Meerkats below as they go about their day in the Walled Garden. See them sun themselves in the colder months under their heat lamp and watch as they chase each other and play together, taking it in turns to perform the regular sentry duty keeping an eye out for prey (or maybe just taking an interest in the activities of the Parks visitors).
Description: More information can be found at www.cotswoldwildlifepark.co.uk Please note that last admissions are 2 hours before closing time: British Summer Time at 4pm and in the Winter 3pm. Close at 6pm in the Summer and 5pm or dusk in Winter. Directions. Map Link. Road Directions. 2 miles south of Burford on A361.
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4. Visitors can name wildlife park's new baby lemur twins
Description: Jun 02, 2022 · Visitors going to Cotswold Wildlife Park will get the chance to name two of its newest arrivals - a pair of baby Ring-tailed Lemurs. This comes as the park hosts its annual Lemur Week, which ...
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5. White rhino calf born at Cotswold Wildlife Park - Discover Animals
Description: Oct 23, 2017 · Cotswold Wildlife Park is celebrating the birth of a white rhino calf. The newborn male, named Alan, is the fourth white rhino to be born at the park since opening in 1970. Alan, named after the park’s electrician who retires this year, was born to parents Ruby and Monty and is the second calf for the breeding pair after Astrid, who was born in 2013.
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6. Which Zoos have Capybaras? | Dobby the Capybara
Description: Jul 05, 2017 · It turns out that a lot of zoos have capybaras. Websites lie, google sends updates daily, and capybaras get transferred from one zoo to another at the drop of a hat. That's where you enter the picture. Could you please help the Farm Manager keep this list up-to-date by dropping her a line? If you…
Description: cotswoldwildlifepark.co.uk: The Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens exhibits over 260 different species of animals. The park is set in 160 acres (0.65 km 2) of landscaped parkland and gardens 2 miles south of Burford, on the A361, Oxfordshire, England. Around 350,000 people visited the …
Description: Macropology: A guide to raising and releasing kangaroos and wallabies. Cheryl Dooley (2004). Available at web site (PDF): Go here to download NOTE: This is a large (4.7MB document) Feeding Macropods in Captivity