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Archive: Feb 2017

Mark’s Garden – The Flowerbeds of Timbavati Wildlife Park

Mark’s Garden – The Flowerbeds of Timbavati Wildlife Park

Posted February 28, 2017 in Uncategorized

As winter draws to a close I think about Timbavati Wildlife Park and the blooming foliage that is the backdrop to our lives and animal family. Spring is on its way and the trees begin to bud and blossom. The grass begins to grow again and one by one, the bulbs from our flowers begin to sprout from our flowerbeds. When the temperatures get high enough, the bees begin their busywork bouncing from flower to flower seeking their sweet nectar and carrying pollen from plant to plant aiding the winds that they ride upon in assisting the reproductive cycle of…
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The Owl Monkeys of Timbavati Wildlife Park

The Owl Monkeys of Timbavati Wildlife Park

Posted February 22, 2017 in Uncategorized

Greetings my friends and welcome to this week’s topic, the owl monkeys of Timbavati Wildlife Park. The owl monkey or night monkey as it’s also called hails from Central and South America. The owl monkey inhabits the trees of the tropical rain forests and can also be found in lowland forests. It makes sense that it stays as far as it can off of the ground, its a lightweight that only weighs up to about 2 pounds. Owl Monkey Characteristics The big eyes on these little critters are perfect for seeing in low level light. The downside to having such…
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The Grasslands Area of Timbavati Wildlife Park

The Grasslands Area of Timbavati Wildlife Park

Posted February 14, 2017 in Uncategorized

The Grasslands Area at Timbavati Wildlife Park is home to some of our most beloved denizens of the park. Our Safari Train Ride takes you into green pastures where you get to hand feed a lot of really cool animals. Animal Encounters Our kudu and nilgai are staples of the Safari Train Ride, they are carrot hunters for sure. If you have a cup of carrots, they will come a calling. Whether by train or by foot, all of our visitors enjoy stopping by our Giraffe and Camel Encounter. This staple of the Grasslands Area is part of what turns…
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Adopt A Rabbit Month

Adopt A Rabbit Month

Posted February 8, 2017 in Uncategorized

Did you know that February is Adopt a Rabbit month? It sure is, this month serves as a great reminder that rabbits need homes too! Especially the ones that took left turns at Albuquerque!
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The Wildebeests of Timbavati Wildlife Park

The Wildebeests of Timbavati Wildlife Park

Posted February 8, 2017 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and welcome to the first Monday in the month of March. Basketball tournaments aren’t the only sign of the 3rd month of the year. This month begins the countdown to our opening weekend which is only about 8 weeks away. That’s a very short period of time in animal years LOL.  One thing that won’t be short is your trip to Timbavati Wildlife Park where you can see really cool animals like our Wildebeests. This native of Africa can be found in the southern half of Africa. It is also referred to as a gnu. The wildebeest is…
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Happy Cordova Iceworm Day!

Happy Cordova Iceworm Day!

Posted February 3, 2017 in Uncategorized

Today is Cordova Iceworm Day! Yes happy Iceworm day to all of you! You’ve never heard of the Cordova Iceworm? LOL Neither Had I, until I was thumbing through a calendar of events and I saw this day about Ice Worms and I’m like, this is snazzy. Here’s the story! In 1898 EJ “Stroller” White got hired to write for the Klondike Nugget in Alaska on the condition that he would help improve sales. A snowstorm hit and in the wake of this snowstorm Stroller discovered Ice Worms! He wrote about them and both newspaper sales and tourism soared. A…
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The History of Groundhog Day

The History of Groundhog Day

Posted February 2, 2017 in Uncategorized

If you’re wondering how Groundhog Day got started, here is the story behind its origins! Groundhogs are most famously known for the American tradition of predicting the end of winter. Each year on February 2 which is Groundhog Day, the Groundhog is brought out to see if it notices its own shadow. If it sees its shadow then it is believed that we will have 6 more weeks of Winter. If February 2 is overcast, the legend says the Groundhog will not see its own shadow and we will have a mild ride for the rest of the Winter. I…
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Happy Groundhog Day

Happy Groundhog Day

Posted February 2, 2017 in Uncategorized

Happy Groundhog Day! As you well know, if it’s a cloudy day and the groundhog doesn’t see its shadow then spring will come early and you can pack those winter clothes up. If the groundhog does see its shadow and goes back in its home though, you will have 6 more weeks of winter. Fingers Crossed!
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Happy National Serpent Day!

Happy National Serpent Day!

Posted February 1, 2017 in Uncategorized

Happy National Serpent Day! That’s right, February 1 is National Serpent Day! This is a day in which we shine the spotlight on our slithery friends and for some a day to overcome ophiophobia which is a more than average fear of snakes. Enjoy the day!
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