Baby Animals Among Attractions at The Wilds as They Reopen
Posted By : The Animal Facts Editorial Team
Date: April 26, 2022 4:16 pm
Guests have the chance to visit The Wilds for 2022 starting in May. They will be able to enjoy a range of adventures at one of North America’s largest conservation centers.
Those visiting the park for 2022 will have the opportunity to meet a number of baby animals. A number of the breeding programs at the park have been successful leading to the birth of four takin kids, eight Père David’s deer fawns, a greater one-horned rhino calf, two southern white rhino calves, and a Masai giraffe calf.
Over 30 species of rare and endangered animals are housed at the The Wilds on 10,000 acres of reclaimed surface mining land.
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At The Wilds guests travel on guided tours. This season they can experience the Open-Air Safari Tour, presented by G&J Pepsi, provides guests with the opportunity to feel the breeze from an open-air vehicle as a knowledgeable guide drives along paths through vast pastures where species such as rhinos, giraffes roam.
During a Wildside Tour, presented by AEP Ohio, guests can experience up-close wildlife experiences from the back of a specially modified four-wheel drive truck as an Animal Management team member drives them closer to the action off the regular tour roads.
A range of specialist safaris allow guests to see animals from unique vantage points such as a zipline or on horseback.
The Wilds also offer the opportunity for guests to stay onsite in a range of overnight accomodation.
Guests on a Wildside Tour meet the Indian rhinoceros at The Wilds
Photo Credit: Grahm S. Jones/ Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
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