Members of the Association of Tourist Attractions in Kent will be staging a host of events and festivals for the 2013 season.
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Kids on the case: Where have the animals gone?
- Kids on the case: Where have the animals gone?
- 01.06.2012 - 30.06.2012
- Port Lympne Wild Animal Park - Nr. Ashford
Monthly theme at wild animal park encourages visitors to unravel a mystery and find the animals
Visitors to Port Lympne Wild Animal Park near Ashford can become detectives as they uncover clues to find out where the animals have gone whilst discovering all about the wild animal park’s schemes to send captive born animals back to the wild.
June’s theme is ‘Kids on the case – where have the animals gone?’ and throughout the month visitors can become super sleuths as they follow self guided trails and enjoy educational talks to uncover the whereabouts of some of the parks residents.
Carole Thomas, Communications Manager said: ‘June’s theme is very close to our hearts as we are just about to embark on a major project to send captive born primates back to the wild. The trails are a fun way to highlight the importance of the conservation work that we do here in conjunction with The Aspinall Foundation.’
Visitors will be able to follow the detective trail every day throughout June and fill in the answers in their free Ranger Log Books available from the gatehouse. Talks will be advertised on the information screens and boards.
For further information regarding opening times and other events taking place at the wild animal park during half term please visit www.aspinallfoundation.org/portlympne
- Port Lympne Wild Animal Park - Website
- CT21 4LR
- Nr. Ashford
Port Lympne Wild Animal Park, near Ashford offers an exciting day out filled with discovery for the entire family. Home to over 650 rare and endangered animals including; western lowland gorillas, tigers, lions, giraffe and black rhino, Port Lympne offers a treat for everyone.
Port Lympne is the home of the African Experience: 100 acres of Kentish Savannah where over 200 wild animals such as wildebeest, giraffe, black rhino, ostrich and zebra roam freely together as if on the plains of Africa.
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