PICTURES: Valentine’s Day conservation trails at zoo
PUBLISHED: 11:00 21 February 2019
Families learned more about conservation issues and animal welfare at a Wraxall zoo at the weekend.
Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm, in Clevedon Road, hosted a Valentine’s Day woo at the zoo trail for youngsters and their parents.
On Saturday, people followed hearts around the zoo grounds, with each one containing a fact or talking point about its inhabitants.
A promise tree, where guests could write ways to improve the planet, was also set up.
Each heart was written in autism-friendly sentences to make them accessible to everyone.
Those who collected all the hearts were put into a prize draw to win a free family pass for zoo admission.
A zoo spokesman said: “We want to highlight conservation problems which are harming the planet.
“The trails are a celebration of love, our planet and our animals.”
Woo at the zoo trails will take place during the school half-term break until March 2, from 10am-5pm.
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