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Monday, 27 July 2020

New Norfolk Safari Park Set To Open Soon!

https://www.edp24.co.uk/news/environment/new-wataunga-safari-park-opening-near-kings-lynn-1-6763523?fbclid=IwAR0wE1s2I6aHB13JHToIs8qV9IXXeeVyrgIwChcpds0fP1yz28g8I5s9EkU

https://www.watatunga.co.uk/

Currently, you can only visit as part of a guided trailer tour, but by Autumn this year they "hope to offer birdwatchers access to our bird hides without needing to book a trailer ride. At the time of writing, it is too wet to do the necessary landscaping to facilitate this but please check back here soon for news of new opportunities."

No dogs allowed apart from Guide Dogs! That makes a change, can't wait to visit!

"Watatunga is a stunning new wildlife reserve in west Norfolk, due to open to the public in April 2020 but currently closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.  Situated amongst 170 acres of woodland, grassland and lakes, Watatunga provides a unique environment for over twenty types of ungulate and nearly 70 different bird species to roam at their will.   We run breeding programmes for many of our species including the Malayan sambar, hog deer, barasingha and the Great Bustard, a spectacular bird which went extinct in the U.K. in 1832.

Access to the reserve is via guided tour only and this must be pre-booked online.  We also offer luxurious self-catering accommodation with stunning views of the animals and the option to organise private tours for small groups in our electric buggies or large groups in our safari trailer. 

Step inside Watatunga and be part of conservation today for wildlife tomorrow."

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