Bug and Butterfly Quest
Until 26th July 2022
LEFT: Butterfly identification info MIDDLE: Leaf cutting bee RIGHT: Red Admiral butterfly
Our fun Bug and Butterfly Quest returns with new questions.
A fun way to explore the amazing world of insect life.
Search out the questions around Paradise Park to learn about colourful butterflies, barmy bugs and creepy insects. Answer all the questions and claim your special reward.
- Penguin feeding time and talk. Our Keeper talk all about Humboldt’s Penguins is every morning and afternoon at their pool in the walled garden.
- ‘Flight of the Rainbows’ You can buy some nectar (£1.25) and feed the little parrots and get an amazing close-up experience in the walk-through ‘Australian Aviaries’ in the walled garden.
- Free flying Scarlet Macaws, the colourful and noisy flock of parrots will fly free out of their aviary at around 10:30am every day (weather permitting) and will be at liberty for a few hours during the day – listen for their call bell.
- The ‘Eagles of Paradise Display. Watch birds of prey including eagles, owls, and a vulture fly free near the Fun Farm.
- ‘The Free Flying Bird Show‘ during the afternoon, where our presenters will tell you about the amazing birds at the Park with birds flying free from the stage and across the lawn.
- We have 150 little bags of ‘Goat and Sheep Food’ which are 50p and available on entry.
- On good weather days Zebedee, the Jungle Express Train, will be out for a spin! You board the train near the picnic lawn and set off through the gardens of Glanmor House. It is just a small route of two circuits around the house grounds (not the whole Park) including the top section of Parrot Jungle, a trip through a tunnel leading to behind the scenes around the back of the house. For train times please check when you arrive. There is a small charge of £1 per person.
For full details and times of the current Daily Events please click HERE.
Find out more about our Native Wildlife
Elephant Hawkmoth Caterpillar
Hummingbird Hawk Moth
Green Hawkmoth Caterpillar