This includes ‘Granville’ – the latest baby born in 2018 and a success for the Park in their contribution to the European Endangered Species Breeding Programme (EEP). Take the main Hagley Road to the Quinton Expressway A456 through Hagley and Blakedown following Safari Park signs through Kidderminster to Bewdley. Children aged 6-15 years must be accompanied by a full paying adult. From 13-28 April, over 50 giant, brightly-coloured eggs will be popping up all over the Park’s walk-through areas, including the Sea Lion Theatre, home to three California sea lions – Callum, Jack and Bounty. Senior Education Officer and Associate Lecturer, Cathy Dittrich, will be swapping the classroom in Bewdley, for the sights of London, as she partakes in the Vitality Big Half (London half-marathon) on 10 March, on behalf of Save the Rhino International (SRI). Experience only available on Tuesdays during our Summer Season. Meeting, feeding and helping to care for animals like rhinos, lemurs, meerkats and more. Additionally, there is a veranda, offering comfortable seating and spectacular views. Please note, this offer is only available to those with Blue Light Card or Defence Discount Service membership and not just NHS/MOD cardholders. The full report from SRI can be found here: https://www.savetherhino.org/impact/working-together-to-save-rhinos/. Sarah explained, “Breeding overall is exceptionally important for the future of the rhino as a species, not only to increase numbers, but to also protect the breeding females alongside recognising and understanding any difficulties they may face during the whole process of pregnancy and parturition. Humboldt penguins are ‘endangered’ in the wild so keepers at WMSP were over the moon when the three chicks hatched.”, She continued, “These three penguins are very playful, so as well as some tasty fish, Santa has left the keepers with some early Christmas presents, in the form of enrichment for the penguins to play with. Meet and feed our troop of lemurs, then, when the time is right, it will be over to you for the big moment. Lisa Watkins, Head Keeper of Ungulates, said “Ekozu was our first rhino born since his Dad, ten years previously, so he is particularly special to the team. At present, we don’t know the sex as dad is doing his job and being very protective. This experience offers a thrilling morning spent in the company of some of our most popular cats. Due to a variety of factors, including deforestation, hunting lemurs for food and the pet trade, over 90% of lemur species are at threat of extinction. Kate Atkinson, Senior Carnivore Keeper, said, Speak to our Experiences Team. You will need to proceed through the admission kiosks and park your vehicle. “Gladys is currently on maternity leave, but Jullian can still be seen at the new purpose-built animal encounter stage, which provides a great opportunity to educate our guests about these incredible animals during our daily talks.”. The Annual Pass does not cover the holder for entry into the Fireworks Festival. To celebrate the spookiest of seasons, the Park will be themed with over 600 pumpkins and 100 scarecrows, which guests will be able to see in all of their glory when they are illuminated after dark, during the Park’s extended opening hours on weekends and half-term. The three boisterous youngsters were born on 9 March, but keepers have only recently met the pups face-to-face, as for the first ten weeks of their lives, they were kept hidden away in their den by seven-year-old mum, Berri. West Midland Safari Park, Bewdley Opening times West Midland Safari Park is currently CLOSED as the present time falls outside of the opening hours below No reviews nor any photos posted yet - … 10.55am – Make your way down to the Experiences Kiosk, located at the front of the Lost City Plaza, where you will be greeted by your Safari Guide. Everyone who donates £5 or more to the Park’s JustGiving page, will be entered into a draw to win a ‘Money can’t buy VIP Rhino Experience’. The content displayed on FindOpen consists of information from third parties, among others from publicly accessible sources, or from customers, who have a presentation page in the Cylex Business Directory. We hope all of our guests have just as a relaxing time as Kyna, on Sunday!”. HR Manager, Charlotte Stokes, said, “Our recruitment days have been very successful in the past, as it allows candidates to explore a range of different roles and meet existing members of staff to help find their perfect fit. She also received a special “congratulations” from Dr Madelon Willemsen, the CEO of BIAZA, via a Skype call. Don’t forget the other talks and shows throughout the day: timings can be found on your map. West Midland Safari Park reserves the right to terminate membership at any time if the pass holder behaves in a manner that is abusive and/or threatening towards any of our staff and/or animals or if there is a breach to any of the terms and conditions. 9.15am – Arrive at WMSP main drive and pull over on the left-hand side. The Adventure Theme Park is closed during the winter season. West Midland Safari Park is open daily from this weekend, 16 February 2019. A brand new Kong ride has opened at West Midland Safari & Leisure Park. “To have results that are above the national average for both year groups in level 3, and to have obtained our best ever results for level 2 in the same year, is fantastic. This is the time of day that the rhinos are still in their house so you will be able to meet the rhinos and help with morning routines, feeds, and training sessions. Keepers filled the eggs with bits of meat and placed them in the big cats’ enclosures, ready for their very own Easter egg hunt! Some tasty treats were positioned in equal amounts inside each box to coax Seto over whilst Keepers waited to see which name she would choose. VIP Experiences can either be booked for a specific date or on an open-dated basis valid for the season. I was blown away by the majestic presence of these creatures and was shocked and saddened to learn that this very same year, a subspecies of the Javan rhino was declared extinct, in addition to the western black rhino. This gets them used to the different textures, sights and smells and it was great fun watching them tentatively take their first steps in the new areas. My colleague had entered the enclosure and knew that something was different when the male, Ilay, didn’t come down to say hello, as he’s usually very friendly! This experience provides access to Penguin Cove and a chance to get up close to our Humboldt penguins. Breakfast and evening meal are included, cooked onsite by our experienced chef and served in our onsite restaurant, Cellarz. The seven cubs, named Hunter, Hercules, Hernatty, Harabi, Hodge, Havoc and Hira, bring the total number of African lions at the Safari Park to 18. Your evening meal and breakfast are included, cooked onsite by our team of experienced chefs and served in our Cellarz restaurant. You will also help to feed the goats and sheep in African Village. With over 1,100 pumpkins used as part of this year’s Spook-tastic event, and to save them going to waste, keepers often swap to pumpkins for a range of animals at the Park, encouraging some interactive enrichment and good old-fashioned fun for everyone. The Park is also running a competition throughout the event, where visitors have the chance to win an Annual Family Pass. 11.00am – You are now free to spend the rest of the day at your leisure in the Safari Drive-through, Discovery Trail, and African Village. Our VIP Tours are a unique treat for anyone who is an animal lover and would like to see a little of what goes on behind the scenes at the Safari Park! Once they have collected all of the ingredients in their potion bottles, they will receive a magical sweet treat for their efforts. Eagle-eyed visitors may be able to spot different forms of enrichment as they explore the Park this Easter. Children will get a memento of their day by having a picture of themselves with Santa to take home and they’ll be able to choose their very own present in the elves’ workshop. If you are arriving in a vehicle, pull over on the left-hand side of the driveway. We hope that many of them will go on to make valuable contributions in the industry or pursue their goals of moving on to university.”. Guests are also encouraged to attend in Halloween fancy dress to join in with the frightful fun. “This research has helped us identify different situations that arise in varying cases and given us an insight into how best to deal with them. 10.30am – You are now free to spend the rest of the day at your leisure in the Safari Drive-through, Discovery Trail, and African Village. Please remain in your vehicle and your Safari Guide will meet you. 12.30pm – Now it’s time to help the keeper present the Penguin Feed. African Big Apple Coaster (if accompanied), Wild River Rafting (if accompanied by an adult), Zambezi Water Splash (if accompanied by an adult). 8.30am – Arrive at WMSP main drive and pull over on the left-hand side. The calf is currently un-named, but the Park can reveal it will begin with the letter ‘I’ mirroring the naming of all other animals born on-site in 2020. Meet a sea lion up close and personal as you teach them some tricks and receive a kiss on the hand as a thank you! After a gestation period of around four months, ten-year-old Scar gave birth to three cubs on 27 August 2019, with the second litter of four cubs following three weeks later on 17 September 2019, for seven-year-old Amber. Kate started her zookeeping career as an intern at Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust in 2012. West Midland Safari Park is an award-winning visitor attraction, located in Worcestershire in the heart of England. Throughout your 30-minute encounter, you will be accompanied by a personal Safari Guide who will teach you fascinating facts about the giraffes and answer any questions you may have. Travel to the Indian Rhino House and help with morning routines and training sessions. With over 11,800 fun things to do stretched over 150 categories from Arboretums to Zoos. The Annual Pass can still be used against admission. During the event they can see the hippos and take part in their daily feeds. 12.00pm – You will go out on patrol with the Keepers and be able to see the other animals on the Asiatic section, and there will be time to collect some browse for the rhinos too. Full of family fun, spooky shows, and a Trick or Treat Trail – it’s the perfect way to brighten up the spookiest of seasons! Each new thing is interesting to them in a different way.”, She continued, “We loved watching the boys eggsplore their new toy. 11.15am – Assist with preparation for the penguin feed. Since 15 June the Park has only been partially open, allowing guests to visit the four-mile safari drive-through. Minimum age for participants is 12 years. Matthew said, “It’s a real privilege being able to observe and photograph animals as part of my job at West Midland Safari Park. You will then embark into our specially-designed lion-feeding cage for the experience of a lifetime. Not only will the new lodges offer guests the opportunity to stay onsite overnight for the first time, they also allow us to create upgraded, stimulating and enriching environments for the animals. Opens in 5 h 36 min. The courses are run in partnership with Kidderminster College and BMET who complete the programme of study with extra English, maths, digital skills and pastoral care. The six hippos we have here at the Safari Park get cabbage daily at our hippo encounters, which guests can throw into the water for them. Your location could not be automatically detected. Although the audit is undertaken once per year, the animal keepers keep track of the animals in their care on a daily basis.”. 10.30am – Now it is time to clean out the Rhino House, remove the muck, and turn the bark – so we hope you are prepared for hard work! Take the A456 to Bewdley. You can see our calendar of opening times below. West Midland Safari Park reserves the right to add additional dates when the park is closed at any time. You will meet the cheetahs and help to feed them. You will get to give them their breakfast and let them out into their fantastic woodland exhibit. Visit, (aged over 12 years. Head of the Discovery Trail, Amy Sewell, said, “This Christmas is very exciting for our colony of Humboldt penguins at WMSP, as it will be three of our penguins’ first ever Christmas. This can range from a puzzle feeder, to training, to a giant egg. We wanted to do something special for his fifth birthday, as the number five is very significant to Sutton in particular – not only is his mum called ‘Five’, he was also born on the fifth day of the fifth month (5th May) at 5:30pm! West Midland Safari Park is kick-starting its new season with Explorers Week, a fun-filled half term event, centred around the Ice Age. Following the talk, guests will be taken to the Indian Rhino House to meet and feed the Park’s three charismatic Indian rhinos, Rap, Seto and Sunanda. To find out more, visit www.savetherhino.org. Your 30-minute encounter includes the opportunity to meet with our highly experienced Carnivore Keepers who will be happy to answer any questions you may have. You will then have the opportunity to meet with our highly experienced Carnivore Keepers who will be happy to answer any questions you may have. Now weighing approx. Head Keeper of the Discovery Trail, Amy Sewell, said, https://www.savetherhino.org/impact/working-together-to-save-rhinos/, https://www.worcestershireambassadors.com/, http://www.wmsp.co.uk/wmsp-events/rhino-week. By navigating their way around the Park’s Discovery Trail, guests will encounter a number of mischievous witches and wizards, who are each guarding a different ingredient to Wilbert’s potion. Summer Nights runs from 1 August – 1 September and guests will have more time to discover all the Park has to offer, including the four-mile, drive-through safari, walk-through attractions, Adventure Theme Park and animal encounters. Information on travelling to the Conservation Park, car parking, ticket prices and opening times Summer (from the first week of April) Monday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm. Amongst the charities invited to enjoy the day out were Mentorlink, Where Next, WPCC, New College Worcester and New Hope, Worcester. Douroucouli are the world’s only nocturnal monkeys, so live in the Park’s Twilight Cave with their neighbours – free-flying Seba’s short-tailed bats and Rodrigues fruit bats. What are the opening and closing times for Spring 2017? “As dusk falls across the Safari Park, we hope lots of families are able to join in the Halloween fun and help head wizard, Wilbert, in his quest to find all the hidden ingredients across the Park’s Discovery Trail. “Guests seem to be really enjoying having a rhino calf bouncing around the place and he creates quite a crowd when he’s zooming around the paddocks! Staff at West Midland Safari Park have thrown a big, ‘king-of-the-jungle-sized’ birthday party for their seven lion cubs, who are all celebrating their first birthday this year. Hickory is one of 22 Humboldt penguins who live in the Park’s Discovery Trail, which experiences a complete make-over during the Christmas period as it’s transformed into a magical winter wonderland. The four-mile drive-through Safari represents species from all around the world including rhinos, 9.35am – First stop will be at our Penguin Exhibit where you will meet the penguins, help to rake the sand in their exhibit, clean the glass and put out the enrichment for the penguins. Standard opening time is 10am. The rhino calf’s parents, eleven-year-old Seto and twelve-year-old Rap, can often be spotted by guests at the Asiatic section of the drive-through Safari, near to the state-of-the-art Indian rhino House built at the Park in 2009. Further information is available from the Park’s website www.wmsp.co.uk or by telephone 01299 402114. Start dates for the jobs will be from 1 February, ready for when the Park opens daily for its summer season on 15 February 2020. With the course qualification and the award, I was able to apply for a senior keeper position after graduation – another target I never thought I’d be able to achieve!”. Now, exactly two years on, although Hartley’s birth is great news for the Safari Park, the news for wild pancake tortoises isn’t as positive. Deputy Head Keeper of Ungulates, Shelley Tudor, said “We are so happy that Seto was able to choose the name for her calf. “Some of the new safety measures include leaving empty seats and rows on the rides, social distancing measures for the queues, kiosks and restaurants and limiting our daily admission numbers. One of the keepers will join you; this will give you opportunity to ask any final questions. However, she insists that she could not turn down the opportunity to combine her hobby by helping the plight of one of her favourite animals. Six new safari lodges are opening at West Midlands Safari Park Credit: West Midland Safari Park The lodges, set to open this summer, will be located within … Children from the reception class at Bewdley Primary School have spent the week making preparations for African elephant, Sutton’s, fifth birthday party, including wrapping presents, decorating a big balloon and making party hats. It is a testament to the dedication of the Park’s Education team and the hard work put in by our students. 2.30pm – The rest of the day is yours to explore as you wish. Born on Tuesday 8 September to eleven-year-old female Seto, and twelve-year-old male Rap, Inesh has been venturing out with his mother into the Park’s Rhino House paddock, where guests have been able to spot him trotting around and even doing a spot of sunbathing in the last of the summer sunshine. Dedicated conservation organisations, such as Save the Rhino International, are working to prevent the worldwide population of rhinos from decreasing overall. If you are not already a Blue Light Card or Defence Discount Service member, you can also sign up from these pages. Our keeper will be happy to tell you about the other animals at the Park too. To celebrate the occasion, keepers created a range of giant eye-catching, animal themed gift boxes, which were filled with tasty treats and placed inside the lion reserve. Annual Passes will not be accepted for special events. West Midland Safari Park has revealed its opening plans after being given the green light to restart. Scar’s cubs have been called Hunter, Hercules and Hernatty (two males and a female), whilst Amber’s are named Harabi, Hodge, Havoc and Hira (three males and a female). Updated on 29 June 2020. After a very exciting fortnight, following the birth of their FIRST Indian rhino calf, West Midland Safari Park is thrilled to reveal that new-mum Seto has, herself, officially chosen the calf’s name – Inesh! One simple, but very effective way of doing this, is by providing ‘bath toys’, which are placed in the pools around the carnivore reserves. Our teams have been working incredibly hard to prepare all areas of the Park, ensuring our guests have a safe and enjoyable visit. Each lodge has a large, open-plan living area with a lounge and dining area. Since the Looping Group’s requisition of West Midland Safari Park in December 2018, the Park’s in-house Development Team has been working on a long-term investment strategy for future development at the site, of which plans were submitted to the Wyre Forest District Council last week. The Park is home to a pod of six common hippopotamus – the largest pod in Europe, which spend most of their time wallowing on the mud bank next to their lake. They will have large, open-plan living areas with lounge and dining area, plus a downstairs bedroom, as well as a large balcony with outdoor seating. Packs of dholes are very social and work together to care for all members. After a run around their Adventure Theme Park - which boasts some stomach-dropping roller coasters - journey deep into the plains of Africa to count the stripes on a zebra, watch as white rhinos play or guess how many lazy lions are eyeing you up for their supper! The giant eggs will form part of an interactive Eggsplorer’s Trail, where guests will be invited to help find the missing eggs hidden around the Park, to be rewarded with a chocolate treat. There will be some extra heads to count this year too, following the success of animal births in 2018. Keepers at West Midland Safari Park have thrown a birthday party for their youngest elephant and invited some very special guests along to help him celebrate. They will then direct you to park in the main car park and then embark on our special Safari vehicle. Please remain in your vehicle and your Safari Guide will greet you. 10.00am – Your guide will take you to Dino Diner for your refreshment break. Although they rely on mum’s milk for the first few days, ours are already on solids! Mum Berri has done a great job and is a really relaxed parent, taking it all in her stride. The birth and move of Ekozu have been particularly important for Sarah Smith, the Park’s Veterinary Nurse, who has taken part in some key research and co-authored an important paper on the parturition (the act of giving birth) of rhinos in zoological settings. A keeper at West Midland Safari Park is celebrating with her colleagues, after becoming ‘top student’ on a national course for training zoo keepers. On a field trip to South Africa in 2011, I encountered wild rhinos on safari and met a baby rhino in a rehab centre. Guests can learn more about the amazing sea lions in the daily shows, alongside other encounters such as penguin, hippo and meerkat feeds, friendly animal encounters, lemur talks and discover reptiles talks. The full report from SRI can be found here: Managing Director of the Park, Chris Kelly, said. Although the Park’s lemurs are well-loved by their keepers, for their wild counterparts, life isn’t as rosy. To get settled in, Santa has been busy meeting his new neighbours, paying extra special attention to the baby animals who will be celebrating their first Christmas at the Park this year, including five-month-old penguin chicks, Hickory, Hotdog and Hummus. The Park is home to a ‘crash’ of southern white rhinos, which are part of an EEP (European Endangered Species Programme). Once numbers are down this low a single disease outbreak could result in extinction. 8.45am – Arrive at WMSP main drive and pull over on the left-hand side. Wristbands for the rides for the Adventure Theme Park will also be included for those staying during the Park’s summer season. You will park in the main car park and then embark in our special Safari vehicle. “Integrated into the new exhibits will be luxury, exclusive lodges, designed to give the occupants an up-close and personal overnight wildlife experience like no other. 9.50am – Arrive at our African Lion House. At the time of his birth, the Park confirmed that the calf’s name would begin with the letter ‘I’, mirroring the naming of all other animals born on-site in 2020. 2.30pm – The rest of the day is yours to explore as you wish at your leisure in the Safari Drive-through, Discovery Trail and African Village. 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