Three arctic foxes to join polar bears on the edge of the Peak District
and live on Freeview channel 276
Peak Wildlife Park’s newest arrivals moved into the 53 Degrees North Polar habitat on October 21.
James Butler, director of the park in the Staffordshire Moorlands, said: “We are excited to welcome Storm, Rosie, and Dena to our park.
“Their presence enhances our commitment to wildlife conservation and environmental education. We hope that these unique animals will captivate our visitors and help raise awareness about the challenges faced by Arctic ecosystems.”
These Arctic foxes will join Hope, Nanook and Noori, the three polar bears that arrived at the park over the summer and James said they have settled in well to their new habitat. Arctic foxes are renowned for their resilience in the face of challenging conditions in the far north.
Storm, Rosie and Dena relocated from Highland Wildlife Park in Scotland and James hopes their presence in the 53 Degrees North Polar Habitat offers visitors an opportunity to
observe their behaviour and learn about their natural adaptations.
Peak Wildlife Park remains dedicated to connecting people with nature and promoting wildlife conservation.
The park’s focus on providing a stimulating and enriching environment is in line with its mission to educate visitors about the natural world.
James added: “Visitors of all ages are encouraged to visit Peak Wildlife Park to enjoy these amazing foxes and learn more about the importance of protecting the planet.”
For tickets visit peakwildlifepark.co.uk