Manor Wildlife Park needs you!

by James Butler in St. Florence, Wales, United Kingdom

Manor Wildlife Park needs you!

£4,137

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158

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We're raising funds to survive the Covid-19 pandemic thereby ensuring the care of our animals and enabling future conservation work.

by James Butler in St. Florence, Wales, United Kingdom

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SANDI SINCLAIR 28th December 2020

Manor House Wildlife Park provides a delightful day out for all ages. It must be strange for staff and animals in the park without any visitors. The range of well cared for animals provides educational benefits, while leisure facilities provide fun for all ages of children. The food and drinks are fresh and tasty and reasonably priced. A season pass gives unlimited access, for the cost of two visits. We want to be able to make regular visits when the restrictions can safely be lifted. Keep up the good work.

Alan Roberts 23rd December 2020

Yet again, this pandemic affects our wonderful Manor Park, its owners, keepers, staff and, of course, I could never forget, the stars of the show - the animals. Hope I have helped a little.

Lynne Davies 21st December 2020

Wishing you all a happy Christmas and hope 2021 will be a better year for everyone and your beautiful animals x Looking forward to when we can visit you again x

Rewards

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£25 or more

Tiger Meat Box for One

Manor Wildlife Park is home to two critically endangered Sumatran tigers, Jaya and Terima. Our tigers eat a pretty astonishing amount of meat, usually between 20kg and 30kg per week! We feed them sporadically throughout the week to mimic the way they would feed in the wild. During these unprecedented times, we’re asking for your donations to help feed one of our tigers for a day.

£5 or more

Feed a Lemur for a day

Manor Wildlife Park is home to a number of lemur species including ring-tailed, and red-bellied lemurs. During these unprecedented times, we are asking for your donations to help pick up the food tab for one day for one of our lemurs. On a normal day, one of our lemurs (depending on species) will eat the following:  Leafy greens Root vegetables Specialised animal feed Seasonal ‘browse’ including willow and dandelions

£5 or more

Wallaby Veg Box for Two

Manor Wildlife Park is home to two species of wallaby, the Bennett’s or red-necked wallaby as well as the world’s smallest species of macropod, the parma wallaby. Unfortunately, during these unprecedented times not only are they missing out on the interaction they often have with all of you, but covering the cost of feeding them all is getting more and more difficult.

£10 or more

Red Panda Veg Box

Manor Wildlife Park is home to two red pandas, Betty and Cherry. Not only do our red pandas love bamboo, but they also enjoy fresh fruit and veg as well as specialist feed. During these unprecedented times, we’re asking for your donations to help pick up the food tab for one day for one of our red pandas.

£10 or more

Feed our Barrel of Squirrel Monkeys

The park’s cheekiest residents; black-capped squirrel monkeys are little primates with BIG personalities. Primarily insectivores, these little guys would relish the chance to take part in a bush tucker trial, with their daily diet consisting of everything from mealworms to crickets and even the odd locust! During these unprecedented times, we’re asking for your donations to help pick up the food tab for our troop of squirrel monkeys for one day.

£24 or more

Feed our Oryx Family for the Day

Extinct in the wild, the scimitar horned oryx is one of the world’s most endangered animals. Manor Wildlife Park is home to three boys, who have a crucial part to play in the future of the species. During these unprecedented times, we’re asking for your donations to help pick up the food tab for one day for our three hungry lads.

£25 or more

Feed our Crash of Rhinos

Manor Wildlife is home to three southern white rhinos Jambo, Zamba and Zuberi. As you’d imagine, rhinos eat A LOT! On average, a rhino will spend half of its waking day eating, consuming as much as 60kgs of food a day. During these unprecedented times, we’re asking for your donations to help pick up the food tab for one day for one of our rhino.

£30 or more

Feed Steve, Lisa and Bryn the Gibbons for a Day

As many of you will know, Manor Wildlife Park is home to a family of Siamang gibbons, Steve, Lisa and Bryn. Our gibbons absolutely adore fresh veg and will often, eating as much as 1kg of the stuff a day! During these unprecedented times, we’re asking for your donations to help pick up the food tab for one day for our gibbons family.

£50 or more

Feed both our Tigers for a day

Manor Wildlife Park is home to two critically endangered Sumatran tigers, Jaya and Terima. Our tigers eat a pretty astonishing amount of meat, usually between 20kg and 30kg per week! We feed them sporadically throughout the week to mimic the way they would feed in the wild. During these unprecedented times, we’re asking for your donations to help feed two of our tigers for a day.

£150 or more

Feed ALL our residents for a day

Manor Wildlife Park is home to over 150 animals. It costs over £1000 to feed all our lovely residents for a day. During these unprecedented times, we’re asking for your donations to help feed all our animals for a day.

£1,000 or more

Feed ALL our residents for a week

Manor Wildlife Park is home to over 150 animals. It costs over £1000 to feed all our lovely residents for a week. During these unprecedented times, we’re asking for your donations to help feed all our animals for a week.

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