From Saturday 2 April – Monday 18 April, Kent’s most egg-cellent animal park, Wildwood, will be helping visitors put a spring in their step with a host of fun activities and a line-up of furry favourites.
Author: Georgina Mear
Georgina is the press officer for Wildwood Trust which is a wildlife park based in Kent that works to protect, conserve and share knowledge about British wildlife.
Home to over 200 native animals, past and present and set in 40 acres (16.2ha) of beautiful ancient woodland where visitors can see bears, wolves, bison, deer, owls, foxes, red squirrels, wild boar, lynx, wild horses, badgers and beavers plus many more.
A quartet of red-billed choughs, once extinct in Kent, have come home for Christmas after a three-month stay at Dover Castle.
Rangers at Wildwood Trust, Herne Bay, are currently hard at work clearing the ground for the new breeding centre in Kent as part of a ground-breaking new project to establish the first wild population of the wildcat outside of Scotland in over 200 years.
After beating off stiff competition from more than a thousand applicants worldwide, the newly appointed bison rangers have started work in one of the largest areas of ancient woodland in the country ahead of bison arriving in the area in 2022.
Bonnie is a gorgeous newborn fawn at Wildwood Wildlife Park who is being hand-reared after being rejected by her mother at birth. She’s since formed a very special bond with the Keeper Stu!