As you can see from this updated picture of our African Barn owls they are both doing well, and can now sometimes be seen on the nest ledge
Weather for 27 November 2014
Remember to bring an umbrella for a great day at the Zoo
The Park is home to more than 80 species of animals from around Africa - including the fastest mammal, the tallest mammal and the biggest bird in the world!
External conservation projects recently supported by Africa Alive! and ZSEA
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Every donation to helps us to promote, contribute to and support the conservation of wildlife & the environment, animal welfare and education.
You are helping us to make a difference - thank you!
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Find out more about our Pre-booked and on the day experiences that are available at Africa Alive!
To support the 50th anniversary of The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, the IUCN have released a stunning video explaining the importance of The IUCN Red List as a powerful tool that drives action for nature conservation.
You can play a valuable role in wildlife conservation as each animal in the park is waiting to be sponsored by you, your friends, your school or even your company.