Take a guided tour with the theme of spring feelings - Time for breeding in Orsa Predatorpark
The wolves are howling, the eagle owl calling and the brown bear soon leave with their little cubs. After a long winter, spring has finally come to Orsa Predatorpark.
- Every season is exciting in its way in the animalpark, but in the spring it happens a lot. For those who are looking forward to learning more about the predators and their lives, we arrange a guided tour with the theme of spring feelings, "says Sven Brunberg, animal park manager Orsa Rovdjurspark.
Orsa Rovdjurspark is located in Orsa Grönklitt and is Europe's largest wildlife park. The park is focused on large carnivores from the northern hemisphere, and here the animals live in large numbers in natural forest environments. Orsa predator park works wiith spring feelings in the park. The animals begin to wake up after the long winter and the brown bears come out of their own. Males and females begin to interfere and the females are redy for breeding. Morning and evening hear the wolves howl, the lynxes sound with their barking call and the eagle owl call, it's time for mating.
The animals breed at a few different times of the year. The 14 beautiful brown bears of the park begin to wake up to life, and in the end, mom Mette is with her three little kids. They were born on Christmas Eve, expected to be public favorites. Recently, there have been a record number of animal cubs in the park, and there are also cubs from wolf, lynx, Persian leopard and amur tiger.
Guided tour with the theme of spring feelings. To accompany a guided tour, pre-booking is required.
Booked the day before 15:00, tel: 0250-462 08.
Gather in Rovdjurscentrum kl. 13:00 every day.
Price 100 SEK / adult, 50 SEK / child (max 14 years), entrance fee is added.
Max 25 participants per trip. Expires until 14 June.
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For more information, please contact:
Sven Brunberg, Zoo Manager Orsa Rovdjurspark / CEO Rovdjurscentrum, tel. +46 70 273 72 02 firstname.lastname@example.org research and conservation of species, information and education.