Happy Winter time from all of us at Seaview Wildlife Encounter! Although the Park is now closed for the winter, there is lots of exciting goings on in preparation for opening again in the spring…we won’t ruin the surprises we have in store just yet!
It has been a very exciting year for the birth of new animal life here at the Park including ducklings, Guinea Fowl chicks, Chilean Flamingo chicks and of course our Wallaby Joey, Coco!
New arrivals to the Park this season included two rare and very adorable woolly Southdown Baby Doll Sheep, Daisy and Maisy. They arrived at the end of March and are settled in and loved by everyone…
… PLUS, to the Keepers surprise in the mealworm delivery, a very cute baby stowaway Dumbo Rat, who we have named Alfie and has been taken home by Tara, Head Keeper, to look after over the cold winter months!
The 2014 season proved to be a very busy one with thanks to the fantastic news from trip advisor that were rated number one best attraction on the Island!
|As well as with visitors, Keepers were busy hosting the Parks Interactive Wildlife Experiences and bookings are already coming in for the 2015 season! |
In addition we were very excited to have hosted our very first Seaview Wildlife wedding! Clive and Dawn came to the Park six years ago on their very first date and it must have been a memorable one as they decided they wanted to get married and celebrate here at the Park alongside our Wallabies!
Dippy our oldest and dearest Humboldt Penguin continues to enjoy his adventures on the Isle of Wight. You can follow Dippy on his adventures by visiting his very own website….
…..And finally we would all like to take the opportunity to wish you a very
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR!
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DIPPY AND HIS FRIENDS LOOK FORWARD TO WELCOMING YOU BACK TO THE PARK IN 2015!