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Four Adorable Cheetah Cubs Born at Yorkshire Wildlife Park

22nd May 2024

Yorkshire Wildlife Park Is celebrating another major conservation breeding success with the arrival of four adorable Cheetah cubs, the first to be born at the award winning park in Auckley, Doncaster.

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Ukrainian Lions Make Their Debut Outside in Lion Country

7th May 2024

The family of lions rescued from Russia's bombing in Ukraine is now to be released into their reserve at Yorkshire Wildlife Park ready after several weeks of rehabilitation.

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Yorkshire Wildlife Park Welcomes Gelada Baby

26th April 2024

Award-winning Yorkshire Wildlife Park is celebrating the birth of a cute Gelada Monkey.

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22nd April 2024

Over a thousand fundraisers for the WildLife Foundation channelled their inner cheetah in a charity run through Yorkshire Wildlife Park and raised over £7000 to support efforts to save critically endangered Rhinos.

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Lioness and her three cubs have been reunited

11th April 2024

A mum and her three cubs have finally been reunited at award winning Yorkshire Wildlife Park after escaping bombs in Ukraine.

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Two Camel Calves Born at Yorkshire Wildlife Park

10th April 2024

Award-winning Yorkshire Wildlife Park is celebrating the Spring arrival of two baby camels.

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Lion Rescue 2 - Donetsk to Doncaster

22nd March 2024

Award-winning Yorkshire Wildlife Park has won the race against time to save four war-traumatised Ukrainian Lions.

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MP Dame Rosie Winterton comes face-to-face with the Sea Lions to mark English Tourism Week

18th March 2024

The member for Doncaster Central enjoyed a tour of the UK’s leading animal attraction, which is home to some of the world’s most beautiful and endangered animals.

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Yorkshire Wildlife Park is celebrating yet another addition to their growing number of resident rare Giant Otters

15th February 2024

Alexandra and Orimar’s bustling family is continuing to expand as they welcome a new pup.
YWP is now the home of the most Giant Otters in Europe!

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Black Rhino Calf Born at Yorkshire Wildlife Park

5th February 2024

Award-winning Yorkshire Wildlife Park is celebrating the first birth in the Park’s history of a critically endangered Black Rhino calf, one of the rarest mammals on earth.

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Yorkshire Wildlife Park Animal Audit

31st January 2024

Dedicated rangers needed patience, invention and tasty treats to get the measure of all creatures great and small at Yorkshire Wildlife Park’s annual audit.

Each of the hundreds of  animals, from tiny meerkats to Eastern Black Rhinos and Giraffes, has to be counted and have their vital statistics recorded as part of a national monitoring and conservation programme.

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22nd January 2024

Auckley, the Amur Leopard cub, has made her first public appearance with every step a giant step forward for the most endangered big cat species on the planet.

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Polar Bears International Conference Held at YWP

12th January 2024

A crucial summit to help prevent polar bears hurtling towards extinction is being held at the Yorkshire Wildlife Park this week.

Experts are gathering for the landmark EAZA International Polar Bear Conference to share the latest research in the effort to protect the vulnerable species.

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2023 Year in Pictures

28th December 2023

Join us a we celebrate 2023 in the wildest way and reflect back on the year!

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Award winning Yorkshire Wildlife Park is celebrating the birth of one of the world’s smallest Antelopes

23rd November 2023

The tiny Kirk’s Dik-dik calf, named Acorn, will soon be winning the hearts of visitors exploring the reserve under the watchful care of parents Davos and Crissy.

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