Paradise Park

Wildlife Sanctuary • Cornwall

Events and things to do throughout the year including Easter Egg Hunts, summer flying displays, Quiz trails around the Park, Halloween Pumpkin Trail and more.

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Director Nick shaved his head to raise funds

Nick Reynolds, one of the Directors of Paradise Park shaved his head in ‘reverse’ Mohican style LIVE on Facebook 1st February and now ‘Ear to Ear’ for St Piran’s Day.

Please see my Just Giving page here and thank you so much for your valued support xx

On the 4th March. Keeper Emily shaved Nick’s head ‘Ear to Ear’ to create the St Piran’s flag cross. Then on the morning of 5th March, Nick dyed his hair black and painted the cross white in celebration of St Piran’s Day.

Video of the ‘Reverse Mohican’ shave live on Facebook from 1st February below.

Before the shave below!

Nick and Max fundraising at Paradise Park Cornwall
Nick said “This last year has been bad for so many and I feel sorry for all effected and the wonderful NHS staff doing a sterling job.

I have to concentrate on the fantastic birds and other animals we care for here at Paradise Park, some of which are so rare that we keep important populations ready to repatriate when possible in the future.
Nick and Max fundraising
The staff are brilliant and work in all weathers to do their lovely but sometimes very difficult job. We need a minimum of 10 staff in each day to care for our over 1,200 birds and animals and the costs of animal care alone is £46,000 a month – even when we are closed! There have been so many wonderful donations coming in every day and it is hard to be needing to ask for more support, but felt that I needed to do more to show I am doing my bit.
 I will keep my hair like the final cut until April 14th, the day that ‘Bird Paradise’ as we used to be called, opened in 1973.”

Please see my Just Giving page here and thank you so much for your valued support, we don’t know what we would do without you. THANK YOU Xx

Other ways you can help support the Park are listed on our donations page here

In the photo and video is the wonderful Max an Umbrella Cockatoo. Max has been here for 25 years, he and Nick made great friends straight away and have been ever since.
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