With half term fast approaching Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm is organising a wild day out in Bristol for young nature lovers.
Following on from the success of the Save our Species Day which took place on Saturday, May 19, Wildlife Day will be on Saturday, June 9.
Save our Species Day allowed zoo goers to learn about the endangered species at Noah’s Ark such as Bengal Tigers, White Rhinos, Tapirs, Black and White Ruffed Lemurs, Ring-Tailed Lemurs, Cotton-topped Tamarins and Siamang Gibbons.
Wildlife Day is equally informative and also very interactive with a host of activities laid on including scavenger hunts, minibeast hunting, a nature walk, a conservation talk and pond dipping. Wildlife day will be perfect for educational school trips and is being held in conjunction with World Environment Day.
The following weekend, on Saturday June 16, is also a great time to head to Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm. A special father’s day offer is taking place where fathers can get into our zoo for only £5. Visit our website for the downloadable voucher.
So why not take advantage of the great weather and get down to Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm over the next few weeks, there’s so much going on!