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West Midlands Safari Park, Bewdley

Project supported:

BIAZA Reserve project
BIAZA Reserve: Phase Two

Support:

West Midlands Safari Park donated towards the purchase of the BIAZA Reserve and supported rangers at REGUA through the BIAZA Reserve: Phase Two.

Conservation and WLT support

"With an animal collection of more than 100 species, many of which are part of managed international breeding programmes, WMSP is committed to the conservation of threatened species and habitats worldwide. WMSP is actively involved with a number of in-situ conservation projects, including the restoration of its SSSI back to heathland habitat and research work undertaken at its sister park at Ongava, in Namibia. The park is therefore very pleased to be supporting the BIAZA Reserve project, to protect the largest remaining area of Brazil’s Atlantic Rainforest."

About West Midland Safari Park

West Midland Safari Park (WMSP) is situated close to the town of Kidderminster and covers an area of over 200 acres. There is a 4 mile drive through safari, which is home to a wide range of exotic animals, an all weather, walk through ‘Discovery Trail’ and an amusement area, with over 30 fun rides and attractions for the whole family to enjoy.

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