The Highlands Wildlife Park – Saving Endangered Animals
Thursday Adam and I travelled to Aviemore for a weekend break to celebrate his Birthday. The weather was stunning as we drove up north.
Yesterday we decided to spend the day at the Highland Wildlife Park as we have never been before. Its a Wildlife park which helps endangered animals, so it is a great cause and a wonderful experience.
You start off driving through a mini reserve with camels..
We decided to plan everything around the feeding times.. first was the Wildcats!
They were pretty shy but I was so happy and lucky that I got the above shot! What a cutie! These are the kittens which were born last year, they are due some more in May.. so keep a eye on the parks social media for updates!
A wolverine above.
Some scary horses, they eat meat! – Przewalskis Horses
European Elk Mother and her twins.
Sleeping Red Panda
Male Polar Bear
Snow Leopards – due babies in June/July
Arctic Fox all snug
Great Grey Owls.. see the 2nd?
Below is a European forest Reindeer
It was such a wonderful day seeing all these beautiful animals and learning about how and why they are endangered. Lets hope they don’t become extinct, support this amazing park by donating or visiting.
You can also help by adopting one of the animals! 😀
RZSS Highland Wildlife Park
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The Park is open every day of the year* apart from the 25th of December.
|April to October||10 am to 5 pm (last entry 4 pm)|
|July to August||10 am to 6 pm (last entry 5 pm)|
|November to March||10 am to 4 pm (last entry 3 pm)|