Friday, 21 March 2014

If conservation is your thing...



Film goddess Sophia Loren opened the Bewdley park in 1973 when its animal and reptile army numbered fewer than 450 – and included a guard dog, a turkey and a pony.

via Birmingham Mail

The park now holds over 165 species of exotic animals. The 4-mile (6.4 km) safari contains about 600 animals from around 40 different species from Europe, Africa, North America and Asia. The park also includes a large amusement park and a “Discovery Trail” including reptile and insect houses.

There is also access to Spring Grove House, the grounds of which the park is built in. West Midland Safari Park is the home to the only pride of White Lions in the UK and has branded itself ‘Home of the White Lions’ 

If conservation is your thing...

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