Great photo of the snow leopard by park visitor Heather Robb.

Thanks for sharing
The wolverines at Highland Wildlife Park just love to climb trees. Can you spot the two in this photo?
The Wild about Scotland bus team have been very busy lately. Find out where they have been in their latest blog.
Lovely photo of the Scottish wildcat by Christine Hannay, taken on a recent trip to the Park.

This is just one of our favourite social animals posted on social media over the last couple of weeks, see more: [ Link ]
Meet The Wildlife Wombles

This is a local project involving the Badenoch branch of Health and Happiness in conjunction with Caberfeidh Horizons, which provides employment for those with special needs.

The Wildlife Wombles help out with a variety of different jobs at the Park each week, such as tidying up brash hedges and animal enclosures, making enrichment, tidying up the squirrel and bird...
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Meet The Wildlife Wombles

Meet The Wildlife Wombles This is a local project involving the Badenoch branch of Health and Happiness in conjunction with Caberfeidh Horizons, which provid...

Meet Myse, the adult male muskox at the Park.

Did you know - muskox have an extremely thick coat which consists of two parts, long course outer hairs, called guard hairs, which almost reach the ground and a soft dense undercoat called qiviut. Qiviut wool is highly prized for its softness, length and insulation. It is said to be eight times warmer than sheep’s wool.

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If you love visiting the Park why not take out an annual RZSS membership, that way you can visit as often as you like and will be helping support our valuable conservation work.

Join today: [ Link ]
The Tinberry Travels have written a great blog about a recent visit to the Park.

Check it out here: [ Link ]

The Highland Wildlife Park, Kincraig
Watch the European grey wolf pack enjoying some sawdust enrichment.

Footage by animal keeper Marc Enderby.
Get close-up shots not possible on a normal visit with our Photography Tours.

One previous participant said:
'Very well thought out day - excellent opportunities to take that memorable shot that other visitors won't get. Wouldn't hesitate to do it again'

Book now: [ Link ]
Last weekend, Highland Wildlife Park featured on the BBC Radio Scotland show Out for the Weekend with Fiona Stalker.

If you missed it you can listen again here: [ Link ]

03/03/2017, Out for the Weekend - BBC Radio Scotland
We are still looking for volunteers to share their ideas about native wildlife, how people relate to it, and its future in the UK.
Can you join us on Saturday 18th March 2017, at the Highland Wildlife Park, 2pm - 3pm?

If you are over 18 years of age and would like to take part please email Adriana on: to register.
Monday morning yaaawwwnnnn......

(Photo by Alice, thanks for sharing!).
Our visitors have been sharing some great photos with us recently. Including this lovely wolf picture.

Check out some of our favourites here: [ Link ]
Excuse me, can’t you see I’m busy?

We love this fantastic photo of the Amur tiger taken by Alice Gauld on a recent visit.
Happy #WorldSpayDay! Is your cat a #supercat yet? Help Saveourwildcats and prevent cross-breeding by neutering.

See the new supercat website: [ Link ]
Happy International Polar Bear Day!

This beautiful photo of Arktos and Victoria was taken Mat Larkin.
Are you interested in science and conservation? Are you 16-18 years old? Then why not apply now for the FREE RZSS_education Science Summer School 2017 at Highland Wildlife Park.

Find out more about this week long course on our website: [ Link ]

Closing date for applications is 17 March 2017
Congratulations to Carly - winner of our photography competition. We will be in touch with you shortly with full details on how to claim your prize.

A huge thank you to everyone who entered. There were so many fantastic photos, you made it very difficult for us to choose a winner. Please keep and eye out for future competitions and keep sharing your photos with us. We love to see them.
We are delighted to announce new Photography Tour dates for June, July and August.

If you love photographing wildlife and want to get close up shots not possible on a normal visit book now: [ Link ]