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Breaking News

We’ve Got Another Award For Our Conservation!

Conservation is at the very heart of what we do at Flamingo Land and, whilst it is well known that we work to preserve species from across the globe, we also work very hard to preserve our own native flora and fauna.

To this end we are delighted to announce that we have been awarded the David Bellamy Gold Award for Conservation for another year running! A great accolade, and one which we are very proud of.

It recognises the work we have done in partnership with our CIRCLE team to protect the environment within the park but also our commitment to developing the natural habitats on our 375 acre site. Earlier this year we were proud to have planted our 10,000th tree as part of a five year programme with the Woodland Trust's MOREwoods scheme.

During the five years a variety of tree species have been planted including oak, wild cherry, silver birch and crab apple, creating a Jubilee Woodland (initiated in 2012) which now comprises around 6,000 trees and other copses and features across the park. The Woodland Trust has provided expert advice on design and planting and supplied subsidised native trees to support the project.
These woodlands provide a legacy for future generations and build on the established greenery within the park some of which dates back to the original Kirby Misperton Hall Estate.

Dr Andrew R. Marshall, Director of Conservation Science at Flamingo Land Resort commented; "We are delighted to receive this Gold award once again in recognition of the conservation work we do to provide habitats for British birds and wildlife. To see our woodland developing is quite exciting and we look forward to ongoing research to ascertain the species this attracts and the eco-systems this creates."

Proud Peafowl A Hit With Our Visitors!

Visitors to the park often see our peafowl roaming freely across the park and there have been a few additions to the family as there have been a few babies this season!

You Can Learn A Lot With Us!

Over the years thousands of school children have enjoyed educational days out with our animals and education team and we have been awarded a quality badge to recognise the overall approach we take to our education policy.