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For the love of lemurs - 22nd - 30th October 2016
Would you dare to leave your comfort zone for the love of lemurs ??
This October half term the Isle of Wight Zoo will be celebrating the World Lemur Festival .As part of the celebrations the Zoo team will be undertaking personal challenges to show the world just how much we love and value lemurs. We would also like to invite everyone including conservation colleagues from across the globe to join us - what will you do ??? #fortheloveoflemurs
Please use the following link for a full size poster lemur festival.pdf
Isle of Wight Zoo mini BioBlitz as part of the BIAZA Grab That Gap campaign
We have been doing a mini BioBlitz on a previously barren patch of land by our car park, which we sowed with wildflower seeds as part of the BIAZA Grab That Gap campaign. Many thanks to Ian Boyd from Arc Consulting and to some of our young visitors for their help. We will post the results once we have everything identified.
Wight Bells morris day of dance heads to the Isle of Wight Zoo
Wight Bells morris side traditonally hold their annual day of dance on the sunday following August Bank holiday weekend . This tradition has been growing in popularity year on year with the result that this year 11 sides from along the South coast will travel to the Island to join the Wight Bells and 6 other Island based sides.
The zoo will be hosting part of the spectacular day of dance on Sunday 4th Sept and we will be welcoming the sides from around 1pm - 2.20pm so head over to the zoo and get your feet tapping along .
NEW FOR 2016 -Daily " Walking Safari's "
Each day throughout the season join our friendly and knowledgable " Animologists " on an extraordinary and exciting new adventure as we unveil our unique 2016 " walking safari's " around the Isle of Wight Zoo
Daily " Walking Safari " timetable