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Archive: 2019

Bonding With A Rhinoceros

Bonding With A Rhinoceros

Posted August 7, 2019 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and welcome to this week’s blog post. This week we have a very unique topic and video, “Bonding with a Rhinoceros.” For those of you who don’t follow our social feeds (which you should stop reading right this minute, go and like/follow/subscribe/share/favorite retweet us right now, then continue reading) the rhino pictured here is a young male named Naasaha. The gentleman in the picture is our very own Matt Schoebel. Today we’re talking about the bond between Matt and Naasaha. Hopefully at some point in everyone’s life one will have had the opportunity to bond with an animal.…
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Name The Baby Bobcat Contest!

Name The Baby Bobcat Contest!

Posted July 22, 2019 in Uncategorized

As some of you may know here at Timbavati Wildlife Park we are celebrating the birth of our baby bobcat. We thought this would be a great opportunity for you our friends to help us name the kitten. The baby is 10 weeks old and we do not as yet know its gender.  Here’s how the contest works. Our Facebook and Twitter feeds have a video pinned at the top of their profiles for this contest. All you have to do is share that video with the hashtag #timbavatidellsbobcat and what you would name our baby bobcat. Then boom just…
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TWP 2019 Parakeet Encounter

TWP 2019 Parakeet Encounter

Posted July 22, 2019 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and welcome to this week’s blog post. Our Parakeet Encounter is a great place for our guests to get an up close personal experience with the cute little birds. This week’s blog is all about our little budgie buddies from the land down under. The Parakeet Encounter is an adventure where you are inside of the enclosure. As you can see in this week’s video our guests are having a great time with a personal interaction with our little feathered buddies. It’s rare for us to interact with birds, much less be able to hand feed one. It’s…
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Timbavati Wildlife Park’s Bobcat Kitten

Timbavati Wildlife Park’s Bobcat Kitten

Posted July 8, 2019 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and welcome to this week’s blog post. It’s July and it feels like it! The heat has been on around the Wisconsin Dells and so has our season. This week we’re taking a look at a new little resident of Timbavati Wildlife Park, a baby bobcat. This little kitten can be seen in the Waterfalls Area of our park. While we’re here, let’s take a look at a few bobcat facts.  Bobcats get their name from the shortness of their tail. Apparently someone thought the tail crop looked like a fashion statement and the name stuck. They are…
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Keeper Talk With A Two Toed Sloth

Keeper Talk With A Two Toed Sloth

Posted June 30, 2019 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and welcome to this week’s blog. This week I figured we’d swing over to out Interaction Area and “hang out” with our Sloths. A Sloth hangs around all day long with its curved claws. Let’s take a deeper look at one of the most requested animals in Timbavati Wildlife Park. There are two types of sloths in the world, the three-toed and two-toed sloth. Sid, one of our park’s more recognizable residents is a two-toed sloth. Sloths are found in Central and South America. While their feet have three claws their hands only have two. While sloths are…
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Feeding Camels At Timbavati Wildlife Park

Feeding Camels At Timbavati Wildlife Park

Posted June 24, 2019 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and welcome to this week’s blog post. Summer is kickin’ I can feel the air thicken. Things are heating up in Timbavati Wildlife Park this summer. From presentations to pigs-a-racin there’s always something to do. For instance, one really fun thing that almost all of our guests experience when they visit us is feeding camels.  I’ve fed a lot of animals in my time, one of the most fun animals to feed is absolutely a camel. They love to eat and can really put it away. Camels require 22-44 pounds of fresh food daily. If they are working…
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Timbavati Wildlife Park – Territorial Tortoises

Timbavati Wildlife Park – Territorial Tortoises

Posted June 17, 2019 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and welcome to this week’s blog post. Summer is taking its sweet time getting here and I am hoping that by the time we hit the solstice it will begin to feel like it. You have three days left summer! Now that I’ve notified the seasons that it’s time to feel different let’s close Spring out with the African spur-thigh tortoises’ antics. You wouldn’t think about it but the seemingly most frisky critters in Timbavati Wildlife Park seem to me to be the tortoises. Spring, summer, winter fall it’s all the same to them lol. Go figure the…
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The Pigs New Digs

The Pigs New Digs

Posted June 10, 2019 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and welcome to this week’s blog post. We are almost done with school around these parts and if your kids start school in August they’re already singing the “I’m bored “ blues. For those of you who visit the Wisconsin Dells often we have a seasonal pass. See our website for more details. This week we are celebrating our pigs getting a new house. Now of course pigs have had houses made out of straw and sticks but this house is different. It comes with its own racing oval and pit crew. That’s right ladies and gentlemen, the…
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Timbavati Wildlife Park – Pygmy Goat Encounter

Timbavati Wildlife Park – Pygmy Goat Encounter

Posted June 3, 2019 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and welcome to the month of June! June always makes me think of the end of school and the start of the summer vacation season. It’s nice because it looks like most of the rain is behind us (of course this can change) and we have some nice temperatures in our forecast. That said, this week we’re talking about a new look in one of our petting areas. The Pygmy Goat Encounter. Friends of Timbavati Wildlife Park have came from far and wide to encounter our pygmy goats. We have multiple petting areas set around the park. The…
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Timbavati Wildlife Park – Rhinoceros

Timbavati Wildlife Park – Rhinoceros

Posted May 28, 2019 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and welcome to this week’s blog post. We hope you all enjoyed your holiday weekend! Again we’d like to thank our veterans that have served and give thanks in remembrance for those who have paid the ultimate price in defense of these great United States of America! That said, let’s jump into the Grasslands Area of Timbavati Wildlife Park and visit with our new little big buddy Naasaha the White Rhinoceros. Naasaha is a male rhinoceros and he is 3 years old. White rhinos come from the grassy plains of Africa. White rhinos are the second largest land…
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