It’s official! We have successfully hatched another batch of albino alligators at Wild Florida.
It’s no secret we know a thing or two about alligators. To share this knowledge and passion with visitors, we're hosting our 4th Annual Gator Week June 8-13, and offering free admission to our Gator Park for the heroes of the COVID-19 crisis including first responders and essential workers.
While we love taking people on Orlando airboat rides and showing off the headwaters of the Everglades, there's more to Wild Florida than being a top Orlando attraction. Our mission also invovles promoting a connection with animals and teaching about conservation. With that being said, we aim to educate guests on not just the animals native to Florida, but those found all over the world. That's why, in this blog, we're going to highlight some of the animals found both in other parts of the world and in our Gator Park.
In case you've never been to our Gator Park, we have more than 200 animals that call Wild Florida "home." Half of our park consists of exotic animals such as two-toed sloths, ring-tailed lemurs, watusis, and zebras to give locals a chance to learn about animals located around the world. The other half of our Gator Park showcases all the animals native to Florida that provides visitors from different countries (and maybe even a few locals) a chance to learn something new about Florida's ecosystem. In this blog, we'll give you a brief overview of eight Florida animals you can meet during your.