Going Wild | Woburn Safari Park

February 26, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

Going Wild | Woburn Safari Park 

You all know that I am meeting the best and most amazing clients every day, in the form of super duper cute furry tail wagging dogs and cats. I love everyone of them and love to share and be part of their stories. 

Some of you also know that I am working for the Woburn Safari Park in Woburn, Bedfordshire, as their Photographer. This means "Going Wild". Yes really. I am going wild, getting close to the Elephants, Tigers, Lions, Bears, Lemurs, Meerkats and the Monkeys. And it truly is the BEST and most awesomest job you can imagine. Seeing these wild animals so close and getting to know them is just the dream. I am still pinching myself and yes I feel so humbled a honored to tell their story and just to be there. 

More from my work later, for now please enjoy some photos of the residents, including the adorable Tiger cub Milashki and the sweet Elephant Baby Tarli. 

If you want to "Go Wild" yourself, jump in the car and get your tickets for Woburn. 

http://www.woburnsafari.co.uk/​

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Amur Tiger Cub Milashki 

Woburn Safari Park | Woburn, Bedfordshire15Woburn Safari Park | Woburn, Bedfordshire15Woburn Safari Park is part of the Duke of Bedford's estate and when combined with the acreage of the deer park which surrounds the safari park.

The Safari Park is located in Woburn | Bedfordshire, UK and is home to lots of different animals, like White Rhino, Lions, Elephants,Tigers and Black Bears
Woburn Safari Park is a member of the British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums (BIAZA) and the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA).
Woburn Safari first opened in 1970, established by the 13th Duke of Bedford on the grounds of his estate, Woburn Abbey. The 11th Duke of Bedford had been president of theZoological Society of London and had introduced various species such as American Bison, Deer, Antelope, Lion and Tiger to the park.
The park lets animals roam freely while visitors drive through their enclosures.
Woburn Safari Park is committed to Animal Conservation and is involved in international breeding programs to help save endangered species, and includes one of the world's largest hoofstock facilities - The African Ungulate Conservation Centre, as well as an Asian Elephant facility. The park manages the breeding programme the Mountain Bongo and has been one of the most successful breeders of the Rothschild Giraffe in Europe. Woburn is also the only zoo in the UK to hold Vietnamese Sika Deer - a species extinct in the wild.

Baby Elephant Tarli with Mum Damini Woburn Safari Park | Woburn, Bedfordshire11Woburn Safari Park | Woburn, Bedfordshire11Woburn Safari Park is part of the Duke of Bedford's estate and when combined with the acreage of the deer park which surrounds the safari park.

The Safari Park is located in Woburn | Bedfordshire, UK and is home to lots of different animals, like White Rhino, Lions, Elephants,Tigers and Black Bears
Woburn Safari Park is a member of the British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums (BIAZA) and the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA).
Woburn Safari first opened in 1970, established by the 13th Duke of Bedford on the grounds of his estate, Woburn Abbey. The 11th Duke of Bedford had been president of theZoological Society of London and had introduced various species such as American Bison, Deer, Antelope, Lion and Tiger to the park.
The park lets animals roam freely while visitors drive through their enclosures.
Woburn Safari Park is committed to Animal Conservation and is involved in international breeding programs to help save endangered species, and includes one of the world's largest hoofstock facilities - The African Ungulate Conservation Centre, as well as an Asian Elephant facility. The park manages the breeding programme the Mountain Bongo and has been one of the most successful breeders of the Rothschild Giraffe in Europe. Woburn is also the only zoo in the UK to hold Vietnamese Sika Deer - a species extinct in the wild.

One of the young Male Lions  Woburn Safari Park | Woburn, Bedfordshire17Woburn Safari Park | Woburn, Bedfordshire17Woburn Safari Park is part of the Duke of Bedford's estate and when combined with the acreage of the deer park which surrounds the safari park.

The Safari Park is located in Woburn | Bedfordshire, UK and is home to lots of different animals, like White Rhino, Lions, Elephants,Tigers and Black Bears
Woburn Safari Park is a member of the British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums (BIAZA) and the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA).
Woburn Safari first opened in 1970, established by the 13th Duke of Bedford on the grounds of his estate, Woburn Abbey. The 11th Duke of Bedford had been president of theZoological Society of London and had introduced various species such as American Bison, Deer, Antelope, Lion and Tiger to the park.
The park lets animals roam freely while visitors drive through their enclosures.
Woburn Safari Park is committed to Animal Conservation and is involved in international breeding programs to help save endangered species, and includes one of the world's largest hoofstock facilities - The African Ungulate Conservation Centre, as well as an Asian Elephant facility. The park manages the breeding programme the Mountain Bongo and has been one of the most successful breeders of the Rothschild Giraffe in Europe. Woburn is also the only zoo in the UK to hold Vietnamese Sika Deer - a species extinct in the wild.

Great Grew Owl in Flight Woburn Safari Park | Woburn, Bedfordshire12Woburn Safari Park | Woburn, Bedfordshire12Woburn Safari Park is part of the Duke of Bedford's estate and when combined with the acreage of the deer park which surrounds the safari park.

The Safari Park is located in Woburn | Bedfordshire, UK and is home to lots of different animals, like White Rhino, Lions, Elephants,Tigers and Black Bears
Woburn Safari Park is a member of the British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums (BIAZA) and the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA).
Woburn Safari first opened in 1970, established by the 13th Duke of Bedford on the grounds of his estate, Woburn Abbey. The 11th Duke of Bedford had been president of theZoological Society of London and had introduced various species such as American Bison, Deer, Antelope, Lion and Tiger to the park.
The park lets animals roam freely while visitors drive through their enclosures.
Woburn Safari Park is committed to Animal Conservation and is involved in international breeding programs to help save endangered species, and includes one of the world's largest hoofstock facilities - The African Ungulate Conservation Centre, as well as an Asian Elephant facility. The park manages the breeding programme the Mountain Bongo and has been one of the most successful breeders of the Rothschild Giraffe in Europe. Woburn is also the only zoo in the UK to hold Vietnamese Sika Deer - a species extinct in the wild.

Humboldt Penguin Reflection Woburn Safari Park | Woburn, Bedfordshire19Woburn Safari Park | Woburn, Bedfordshire19Woburn Safari Park is part of the Duke of Bedford's estate and when combined with the acreage of the deer park which surrounds the safari park.

The Safari Park is located in Woburn | Bedfordshire, UK and is home to lots of different animals, like White Rhino, Lions, Elephants,Tigers and Black Bears
Woburn Safari Park is a member of the British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums (BIAZA) and the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA).
Woburn Safari first opened in 1970, established by the 13th Duke of Bedford on the grounds of his estate, Woburn Abbey. The 11th Duke of Bedford had been president of theZoological Society of London and had introduced various species such as American Bison, Deer, Antelope, Lion and Tiger to the park.
The park lets animals roam freely while visitors drive through their enclosures.
Woburn Safari Park is committed to Animal Conservation and is involved in international breeding programs to help save endangered species, and includes one of the world's largest hoofstock facilities - The African Ungulate Conservation Centre, as well as an Asian Elephant facility. The park manages the breeding programme the Mountain Bongo and has been one of the most successful breeders of the Rothschild Giraffe in Europe. Woburn is also the only zoo in the UK to hold Vietnamese Sika Deer - a species extinct in the wild.

Lioness Woburn Safari Park | Woburn, Bedfordshire16Woburn Safari Park | Woburn, Bedfordshire16Woburn Safari Park is part of the Duke of Bedford's estate and when combined with the acreage of the deer park which surrounds the safari park.

The Safari Park is located in Woburn | Bedfordshire, UK and is home to lots of different animals, like White Rhino, Lions, Elephants,Tigers and Black Bears
Woburn Safari Park is a member of the British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums (BIAZA) and the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA).
Woburn Safari first opened in 1970, established by the 13th Duke of Bedford on the grounds of his estate, Woburn Abbey. The 11th Duke of Bedford had been president of theZoological Society of London and had introduced various species such as American Bison, Deer, Antelope, Lion and Tiger to the park.
The park lets animals roam freely while visitors drive through their enclosures.
Woburn Safari Park is committed to Animal Conservation and is involved in international breeding programs to help save endangered species, and includes one of the world's largest hoofstock facilities - The African Ungulate Conservation Centre, as well as an Asian Elephant facility. The park manages the breeding programme the Mountain Bongo and has been one of the most successful breeders of the Rothschild Giraffe in Europe. Woburn is also the only zoo in the UK to hold Vietnamese Sika Deer - a species extinct in the wild.

Humboldt Penguins enjoying the Sun Woburn Safari Park | Woburn, Bedfordshire18Woburn Safari Park | Woburn, Bedfordshire18Woburn Safari Park is part of the Duke of Bedford's estate and when combined with the acreage of the deer park which surrounds the safari park.

The Safari Park is located in Woburn | Bedfordshire, UK and is home to lots of different animals, like White Rhino, Lions, Elephants,Tigers and Black Bears
Woburn Safari Park is a member of the British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums (BIAZA) and the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA).
Woburn Safari first opened in 1970, established by the 13th Duke of Bedford on the grounds of his estate, Woburn Abbey. The 11th Duke of Bedford had been president of theZoological Society of London and had introduced various species such as American Bison, Deer, Antelope, Lion and Tiger to the park.
The park lets animals roam freely while visitors drive through their enclosures.
Woburn Safari Park is committed to Animal Conservation and is involved in international breeding programs to help save endangered species, and includes one of the world's largest hoofstock facilities - The African Ungulate Conservation Centre, as well as an Asian Elephant facility. The park manages the breeding programme the Mountain Bongo and has been one of the most successful breeders of the Rothschild Giraffe in Europe. Woburn is also the only zoo in the UK to hold Vietnamese Sika Deer - a species extinct in the wild.

Baby Amur Tiger Cub Milashki hiding in the long Grass Woburn Safari Park | Woburn, Bedfordshire10Woburn Safari Park | Woburn, Bedfordshire10Woburn Safari Park is part of the Duke of Bedford's estate and when combined with the acreage of the deer park which surrounds the safari park.

The Safari Park is located in Woburn | Bedfordshire, UK and is home to lots of different animals, like White Rhino, Lions, Elephants,Tigers and Black Bears
Woburn Safari Park is a member of the British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums (BIAZA) and the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA).
Woburn Safari first opened in 1970, established by the 13th Duke of Bedford on the grounds of his estate, Woburn Abbey. The 11th Duke of Bedford had been president of theZoological Society of London and had introduced various species such as American Bison, Deer, Antelope, Lion and Tiger to the park.
The park lets animals roam freely while visitors drive through their enclosures.
Woburn Safari Park is committed to Animal Conservation and is involved in international breeding programs to help save endangered species, and includes one of the world's largest hoofstock facilities - The African Ungulate Conservation Centre, as well as an Asian Elephant facility. The park manages the breeding programme the Mountain Bongo and has been one of the most successful breeders of the Rothschild Giraffe in Europe. Woburn is also the only zoo in the UK to hold Vietnamese Sika Deer - a species extinct in the wild.

Great Grey Owl in Flight ​ Woburn Safari Park | Woburn, Bedfordshire13Woburn Safari Park | Woburn, Bedfordshire13Woburn Safari Park is part of the Duke of Bedford's estate and when combined with the acreage of the deer park which surrounds the safari park.

The Safari Park is located in Woburn | Bedfordshire, UK and is home to lots of different animals, like White Rhino, Lions, Elephants,Tigers and Black Bears
Woburn Safari Park is a member of the British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums (BIAZA) and the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA).
Woburn Safari first opened in 1970, established by the 13th Duke of Bedford on the grounds of his estate, Woburn Abbey. The 11th Duke of Bedford had been president of theZoological Society of London and had introduced various species such as American Bison, Deer, Antelope, Lion and Tiger to the park.
The park lets animals roam freely while visitors drive through their enclosures.
Woburn Safari Park is committed to Animal Conservation and is involved in international breeding programs to help save endangered species, and includes one of the world's largest hoofstock facilities - The African Ungulate Conservation Centre, as well as an Asian Elephant facility. The park manages the breeding programme the Mountain Bongo and has been one of the most successful breeders of the Rothschild Giraffe in Europe. Woburn is also the only zoo in the UK to hold Vietnamese Sika Deer - a species extinct in the wild.

Squirrel Monkey 

Woburn Safari Park | Woburn, UK11Woburn Safari Park | Woburn, UK11Woburn Safari Park is part of the Duke of Bedford's estate and when combined with the acreage of the deer park which surrounds the safari park.

The Safari Park is located in Woburn | Bedfordshire, UK and is home to lots of different animals, like White Rhino, Lions, Elephants,Tigers and Black Bears
Woburn Safari Park is a member of the British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums (BIAZA) and the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA).
Woburn Safari first opened in 1970, established by the 13th Duke of Bedford on the grounds of his estate, Woburn Abbey. The 11th Duke of Bedford had been president of theZoological Society of London and had introduced various species such as American Bison, Deer, Antelope, Lion and Tiger to the park.
The park lets animals roam freely while visitors drive through their enclosures.
Woburn Safari Park is committed to Animal Conservation and is involved in international breeding programs to help save endangered species, and includes one of the world's largest hoofstock facilities - The African Ungulate Conservation Centre, as well as an Asian Elephant facility. The park manages the breeding programme the Mountain Bongo and has been one of the most successful breeders of the Rothschild Giraffe in Europe. Woburn is also the only zoo in the UK to hold Vietnamese Sika Deer - a species extinct in the wild.

Bridget Davey Photography

www.bridgetdavey.com

 


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