At The Park
Our aim is that, as well as being entertained on your visit, you will also make the most of the opportunities to learn and be inspired by our birds, mammals and conservation work.
Every enclosure has a detailed information sign about the species there, so that you can find out the name, distribution, status and a few interesting facts about every animal.
During our feeding time talks and flying shows our keepers and presenters will fill you in on the species you are seeing, and demostrate, with the help of many amazing birds, fascinating facts and conservation issues which they may face in the wild. Pictured left is our Curator David Woolcock with Barney, a Blue and Gold Macaw who stars in our Free Flying Bird Show.
We always have at least one trail around the Park with questions and answers to test your skills and knowledge as you explore. And we always make sure that is a prize when you have searched out all the answers as a reward for good effort 🙂
‘Mini Keeper Quiz’…
Could you be a Mini Keeper? Follow our quiz trail to learn about being a keeper at Paradise Park. Test your wildlife knowledge and claim your special ‘Mini Keeper Badge’.
‘Dinosaur Quiz Trail’…
May to Sep – Summer 2018
Follow the clues around the Park, answer the questions, and claim your Paradise Park ‘Professor of Palaeontology’ certificate with its special dinosaur footprint stamp ….