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| 31st May 2017 | General Articles, Blogging
31 May
May 31
31st May 2017

It's Love Your Zoo week this half term at Shaldon Zoo and you will be bowled over by some of our cutest new arrivals!   Two of our lemur groups have had first time babies this spring and they are all just starting to come outside and explore the big wide world.   Come along to the Zoo to see baby Red-bellied lemur "Amalie" as well as triplet Red-ruffed lemurs, the "Weasley Boys, Ron, Fred and George" We also have a baby Red titi monkey and a few mums ready to pop so come on over and meet the new gang! You can buy entrance tickets online and save the queues and we also have new adoption gift boxes where you also get free entry for a year to see our babies grow  from only £35! See you soon....  ...

| 19th February 2017 | General Articles, Blogging
19 February
Feb 19
19th February 2017

The 18th of February was World Pangolin Day! Here at Shaldon we are pleased to be supporting the One More Generation campaign! Just download one of the images below of a blank pangolin, colour them in, then send them to the zoo! Here at SWT we also support a program called the Carnivore and Pangolin Conservation Program, and by submitting your colouring you will be entered into a prize draw to win an adoption of one of our beautiful Owston's Civets, another ambassador for Vietnamese conservation. You can send your entries by post to: Shaldon Zoo, Ness Drive, Shaldon, TQ14 0HP or attach it in an email to: julie@shaldonwildlifetrust.org.uk  Your work will also be sent to the OMG campaign, where it will be placed on a banner and displayed at Hartsfield International Airport, along with other banners from around the globe. Happy Colouring!   5 Facts About Pangolins:   Pangolins, also known as scaly anteaters, are unique creatures that are covered in hard, plate-like scales To protect themselves, they curl into balls like hedgehogs. They are the most trafficked mammal in the world because people want their meat and scales. A pangolin’s tongue can be longer than its body when fully extended is can be 40 cm long! Pangolins have large, curved claws that they use for excavating ant and termite nests                     ...

| 03rd February 2017 | General Articles, Blogging
3 February
Feb 3
3rd February 2017

It's that exciting time of year again where we are recruiting new interns to join our team at SWT! Find all the details here! ...

| 04th November 2016 | General Articles, Blogging
4 November
Nov 4
4th November 2016

Grotto time at Shaldon Zoo!   It's that time of year again! Santa will be making his annual stop over at the zoo on the 17th and 18th of December! Click here to book your tickets, or give us a call today!                          ...

| 25th October 2016 | General Articles, Blogging
25 October
Oct 25
25th October 2016

We had an amazing time last night hosting the launch of the Little Fireface Project's award winning film by Spires Media: ‘The Plight of the Javan Slow Loris’. It was lovely to see so many people showing their support for this vital field conservation project and thanks to you all we raised the splendid amount of £375 which will go directly to the Little Fireface Project. The film was a huge success and we have had fantastic feedback about the evening. You can watch the full length version, by clicking the link below. This event started S.L.O.W. (Slow Loris Outreach Week) and Shaldon Wildlife Trust will be out and about with Tereh, the Little Fireface Project’s slow loris mascot, during the half term – come along and say hello at Morrisons in Teignmouth tomorrow where Tereh can be seen helping people pack their bags between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. http://youtu.be/_i98EJtzQGQ   ...

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