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Bison Calf Born in May

The bison herd at Wildlife Safari Park in Ashland has grown by one—a calf born on May 27. Visitors can see the auburn-colored calf roaming Bison Plains with mom and the herd. Bison calves will turn dark brown a few months after birth, the same time their characteristic hump and horns start to grow. Since its opening in 1998, Wildlife Safari Park has played a key role in conserving bison and educating the public about the critical challenges impacting the native species—the... Read More
Posted by Andrea Hennings at Monday, Aug 5, 2019

Zoo, Wildlife Safari Park to Soon Accept Natural Christmas Tree Donations for Animal Enrichment

Need a home for your freshly cut Christmas tree after the holidays? The Zoo and Wildlife Safari Park will soon be accepting natural Christmas tree donations, which will provide enrichment opportunities for many of our animals. The official drop-off locations and timeframe donations will be accepted will be announced soon, but so you can start preparing your tree accordingly… For the safety of the animals, please use the following care and display guidelines: Avoid any... Read More
at Tuesday, Dec 5, 2017