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Wildlife Sanctuary • Cornwall

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Double Gold at the Cornwall Tourism Awards

We are over the moon to have won DOUBLE GOLD at The Cornwall Tourism Awards, for ‘Large Visitor Attraction of the Year’ and ‘Experience of the Year (Active or Learning)’, for our amazing Red Panda Experience.

A huge thank you to our dedicated team of staff, some of whom are on furlough at the moment, but each and every one are key in creating a wonderful fun and educational environment for great days out with wildlife conservation at our heart.

If you would like to find out more about our Red Panda Experience please click HERE, and although bookings are on hold for the moment, you can email to have your name added to the waiting list. Our first priority will be rearranging those who have already booked and been incredibly patient, but we are hoping the experiences can restart in the summer (we will be in touch soon).

The Red Panda Experience helps fund two conservation project in Nepal.

At the time of writing £9,385 has been donated to the World’s First Protected Forest for Red Pandas
The Panchthar-Ilam-Taplejung (PIT) Red Panda Protected Forest has the densest population of red panda in Nepal and is part of the Kangchenjunga Singhalila Complex: one of the most biologically diverse places on earth. It is threatened by human population growth and expanding development. It’s in this place that Red Panda Network is establishing the world’s first protected area dedicated to red panda. This area is critical not only to the red panda but also to many other threatened species who share habitat with red pandas including clouded leopards, Himalayan black bears, and hundreds of bird species. This territory will provide a safe environment for over 100 individual red pandas, believed to be about a fourth of Nepal’s total red panda population.

And… £3,265 to ‘Plant A Red Panda Home’ – Reforesting Core Red Panda Habitat in Nepal
This donation is to help restore more than 32 hectares in Nepal. These degraded locations have been identified as core habitat for red pandas and are critical to their survival. A Plantation of 32,000 native trees, installation of fencing to protect tree saplings and purchase of land for restoration (Eastern Nepal only).

Find out more from the Red Panda Network here

A BIG thank you to everyone who has been involved in our Red Panda Experiences.

Thank you for you lovely comments re the awards and look forward to welcoming you back to the Park very soon when we reopen. 😃💚🦜 Xx

Find out more about the Cornwall Tourism Awards HERE

DOUBLE GOLD in the 2020 2021 Cornwall Tourism Awards

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