Wild Winter - February Half Term at Port Lympne
Fun for all the family this February half-term....
Free family activities - 9:30am - 11:30am daily
Warm up this winter with our animal experts and learn how temperature can affect our animals and the environment! See amazing thermal images of some of our animals and discover the secret ways in which they keep warm in this winter climate. Plus! Make a special animal hand puppet to keep your hands warm and toasty as you explore the park this February!
Special Animal Talks – 10:30 am – 4 pm daily*
Experience our animals up-close and learn about them from our dedicated team of animal experts at our daily feeds and special talks! Learn how Siberian tigers keep warm at -40 degrees, why snow leopards have such fluffy tails, how Pzrewalski horses survive the harsh Mongolian winter and more about our winter loving animals; Pallas cats, Carpathian lynx, Canadian timber wolves, red pandas, European bison and Scottish wildcats!
Please see the talk boards at Basecamp and located around the Park for the latest talk and feed times.
*Excluding Friday 21st February - we regret there will be no scheduled talks on this day.
Help Halt Climate Change
Help us to halt climate change by being a part of our exciting new tree project at Port Lympne!
Did you know that planting just one tree absorbs the carbon produced for every 2000 miles you drive in your car or every 375 litres of petrol used? With your help we hope to be able to plant over 10,000 trees! By donating just £1, you can sponsor a tree and help us to protect the environment.
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