Tales from the Shack: How to know your ‘Curly button’ and your ‘Daffydowndilly’!!
Enter our Pumpkin competition and you could win a membership pass for a family of four (and help feed the animals).
Tales from the Shack: A Super Natural History of Halloween and Autumn’s calendar for October
We have received funding from The Parrot Society UK to build a new aviary over the winter
Tales from the Shack (our monthly blog focusing on the changes in nature across the estate): A Winter’s Tale
Tales from the Shack – February 2020 – the monthly update on what’s happening in the natural world on the wider estate
News from the wider-estate: A quick round up of the farmland birds benefitting from our complimentary feeding programme
‘Tales from the Shack’ – the monthly update on what’s happening in the natural world on the wider estate
From all of the team at Beale Wildlife Park, we wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
Our new nature blog – Tales from the Shack: An update on the native wildlife on the wider estate
Our Ring-tailed Lemurs have been reunited into one enclosure thanks to funds raised by visitors
10,500 daffodil bulbs are being planted – the Park is going to look lovely in the Spring!
There’s a whole load of activity this autumn half term holiday including dressing up for Halloween, a new family trail covering ‘Myths and Legends’ plus an opportunity to build a bat box and meet some of our bugs.
Enjoy Beale Wildlife Park into the winter months as we extend our open season with weekends up to mid-December
There’s some spooky goings on expected at Beale Wildlife Park this Halloween as the team are preparing to welcome visitors during the autumn half term holiday
The Park is now closed for the winter. Please keep an eye on our website news section and via our social media sites for updates on the animals.