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Timbavati Wildlife Park – Into The Waterfalls Area

Timbavati Wildlife Park – Into The Waterfalls Area

Posted April 8, 2019 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and welcome to this week’s blog post. Spring is in full swing and it’s almost time for our opening day for general admission. The last couple of weeks we have been covering different areas of Timbavati Wildlife Park. Today we’re taking a look at the Waterfalls Area. The Waterfalls Area has its name because guess what, it’s filled with waterfalls. I mean this is the water park capital of the world right? So this part of the park is filled with them as the falls and rock work form the background of one of the most unique personal…
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The African Penguins Of Timbavati Wildlife Park

The African Penguins Of Timbavati Wildlife Park

Posted November 10, 2018 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and welcome to this weeks blog. We had a little dustup of snow around here this week and that gave everything a great wintery look. I was feeling so great about seeing the first snowfall that I wanted to jump on Old Man Winter’s train and talk about a wintery animal or two. That took me to our resident penguins, Mama and Papa. Those of you who have been reading our blog for a while will remember these two starring in the Wisconsin State Lottery “Pengwin” campaign last winter. So for everyone keeping score here, penguins = winter…
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The White Emu of Timbavati Wildlife Park

The White Emu of Timbavati Wildlife Park

Posted November 5, 2018 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and welcome to this week’s blog post. The November air has a chill in it this week but the sun is shining and we don’t have any snow so I will take that. This week we’re going to check in on our very rare friends, the white emu. There aren’t very many white emus in North America and as far as we know, we’re the only park in the midwest with them on display.   This resident of Australia is the second largest bird in the world. It avoids living in dense forests, areas populated by humans and…
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Visit Our Ringtail Lemurs 2018

Visit Our Ringtail Lemurs 2018

Posted September 17, 2018 in Uncategorized

Greetings my friends and welcome to the week of the ringtail lemur! Before we kick things off here I just want to remind all of you all that we currently have our “Fall Combo Ticket” available. Our Fall Combo Ticket includes an all-day General Admission and a trip around the park on our Safari Train Ride. The Combo Ticket gives you both options for one great low price. Now, back to the ring tails. Lemurs hail from the Island of Madagascar. That’s in the Indian Ocean off of the coast of Mozambique. If you’ve ever seen the children’s movies “Madagascar,”…
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The Aoudad of Timbavati Wildlife Park

The Aoudad of Timbavati Wildlife Park

Posted September 2, 2018 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and welcome to this week’s post! First let me begin by saying welcome to September. The summer season is drawing to a close and while some businesses in our area are shutting their doors for the year, we are still rocking and rolling through the fall! We’re actually open all year long for tours. Ok moving on from the opening volley here, we have a double topic this week. For Search Engine Optimization (SEO) purposes, I need to type the word “Aoudad” in the first paragraph LOL. Ok the picture you’re seeing here is our very own herd…
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A Roo For Me and a Roo For You

A Roo For Me and a Roo For You

Posted August 27, 2018 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and welcome to this week’s blog post. This week we’re going to take a look at our mob of kangaroos. Now if you weren’t familiar with the term a group of Kangaroos is referred to as a mob. Our mob of roos are always interesting to gander at when you’re in Timbavati Wildlife Park. Kangaroos are very social creatures. They live in a hierarchy that is governed by one dominant male. This alpha male decides the course that the mob will take as they forage through the outback. The females in a mob will have very close connections…
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The African Spur Thigh Tortoise

The African Spur Thigh Tortoise

Posted August 5, 2018 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and welcome to this week’s blog post. August is roaring right along here. The days are hot and we’re into the final stretch of the summer. This week we’re going to take a look at the African spur-thigh tortoise. Timbavati Wildlife Park is home to the third largest species of tortoise, the African spur thigh. This tortoise is a native of the Savannas and Saharan desert in Africa. They eat grasses, desert scrub and get their water from the plants that they eat, they’re really fond of the Morning Glory plant. A tortoise is a land dwelling reptile that…
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A New Look At The Safari Train Ride of Timbavati Wildlife Park

A New Look At The Safari Train Ride of Timbavati Wildlife Park

Posted July 16, 2018 in Uncategorized

Hello all and welcome to this week’s blog post. This week we’re going to take a new look at the Safari Train Ride at Timbavati Wildlife Park. Before we get into that though, did you know that this week is National Zookeeper Week? That’s right, when you’re strolling through the grounds at our park feel free to tell anyone on staff thank you for the hard work that they do. We appreciate their hard work and effort just as much as you do.   Now onto today’s topic, the Safari Train Ride. When Timbavati Wildlife Park first moved into our…
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The Ostriches of Timbavati Wildlife Park

The Ostriches of Timbavati Wildlife Park

Posted July 1, 2018 in Uncategorized

Greetings Friends and welcome to this week’s post! Welcome to the week of the ostrich. Ostriches may not be able to fly, but they can break records. They are the largest living species of bird on the planet, growing to between 4 and 9 ft tall. They also lay the largest eggs of any bird in the world. One ostrich egg is the equivalent of two dozen chicken eggs! Two records might be enough for any other bird, but ostriches are truly extraordinary animals. They also hold the record for the largest eyes of any land animal – only half…
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Who’s Ready To Ride A Camel

Who’s Ready To Ride A Camel

Posted June 11, 2018 in Uncategorized

Greetings friends and welcome to this week’s blog post. This week we are celebrating the return of our camel rides. We officially open our camel rides after Memorial Day. Now that summer is in full swing the ships of the desert are ready to set sail. To celebrate the return of our rides here are come cold hard camel facts! There are two kinds of camels, basically one hump or two humps. Dromedary (Arabian) camels have one hump. Bactrian (Asian) Camels have two. The largest myth about camels is that their humps are filled with water, which they aren’t. The…
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