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Field Trip Time!

The school season is here, and now is the time for a great field trip! We would love to have your class at Wild Animal Safari for your next field trip. School field trips of 20 people or more qualify for group rates. Please book at least two weeks in advance to make sure you get everything you may need for your trip, including your own guided tour bus. To get the…

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Join Us on Instagram!

Can’t get enough of seeing pictures of our incredible animals? Don’t forget to follow the official Wild Animal Safari Instagram!  Our followers are the first to see exclusive behind-the-scenes pictures and videos of our animals. The park’s animal keepers get so close to animals like our lions, it’ll be like you are standing right next to them yourself! After you follow our new Instagram, don’t forget to tag Wild Animal…

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Season Passes Now Available

You asked for them, and we answered. Wild Animal Safari now offers season passes! They are good for people of all ages, and they are $50 each. Season passes are good for a year from the date of purchase. Even better, there are no limits at all on how often you can visit the park throughout the year! You can come see our new giraffe Bakari while he is still…

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Animal Corner — Baby Giraffe

This is our new baby giraffe, Bakari! He is less than six months old, and right now he eats alfalfa hay, lettuce, and sweet potatoes. When fully grown, Bakari can be up to 19 feet tall and weigh around 2,800 pounds. That is enough to make giraffes the world’s tallest mammal! In the wild, a reticulated giraffe like Bakari can go many days without drinking water. Since they are herbivores…

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Animal Corner — Rare White Bison

Meet Avalanche and Blizzard, the park’s North American white bison. Native American tribes consider white bison sacred. This sacredness is due in part to their coat. They get their white coat from a leucistic that causes a loss of color or pigmentation. This trait only occurs in one out of ten million births. That makes having two right here at Wild Animal Safari at once quite a momentous occasion! Now that spring…

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Animal Corner–Hedgehogs

Hedgehogs are more than just the inspiration for one of the most popular video-game characters of all time. Despite their name, they are not actually pigs. They get their name from the sound they make when they move through hedges looking for food. As for their diet, hedgehogs are carnivores. Since they only grow up to about 30 centimeters, they eat smaller animals like lizards, eggs, snails, and small snakes.…

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Animal Corner — Lions

After tigers, lions are the second largest cat species in the entire world. Typically, they live in eastern and southern Africa. They can run up to 50 miles per hour. When they roar, you can even hear the sound from as much as five miles away. Lions live in groups called prides. While they are known as the “King of the Jungle,” that title is a bit of a misnomer.…

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Subscribe to Our New YouTube Channel

The park now has its own YouTube channel! Subscribe to our channel here, and be among the first to see our latest videos. In the meantime, go through some of our terrific older videos. Some of our favorites are Slow Motion Lion Snarl, Rio the Dancing Greenwing Macaw, and Water Buffalo Feeding. Which one is your favorite? Share below, and don’t forget to keep watching for our next video! You…

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Animal Corner — Reindeer

Christmas is just days away, so we figured it would be fun and festive to learn more about one of the most famous animals of the holiday season — reindeer. They might not have Rudolph noses or pull any sleighs for Santa Claus (that we know of for sure!), but they are still quite enthralling and adorable! In North America, reindeer in the wild are known as caribou. When they…