An Orlando airboat ride through the Florida Everglades is definitely one of the best ways to get up close and personal with Florida wildlife, but we can't let you forget about all of the animals in our Gator Park. Many animals that call the Gator Park home come from countries all over the world, but some of them are rescued right here in Central Florida. Floridians are typically familiar with most Gator Park animals, but there is always something to learn when visiting Wild Florida. If you can't wait until your next adventure to learn some more about the animals, dive deep into these six.
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.
Our animals are always as helpful as can be, just ask our keepers! So this New Year's, we wanted to share how our little buddies can inspire you to meet your new goals. Lemurs - Work out buddies: Just walk by our ring-tailed or red ruffed lemurs exhibits one time and you'll see exactly why these guys would tear up your local gym. They do laps, they climb ropes, and they know how to hustle! Lemurs are the perfect inspiration to getting you off the couch. Parrots - Speak up: Do you have problems sharing your opinion? Do you feel shy in social settings? You should channel your inner parrot. They.
Topics: Wildlife Park
We all have a daily schedule or routine. Wake up, brush our teeth, get dressed, eat breakfast, head out the door to work (or maybe the beach if you're really lucky), and so on... Our animals are no different. They have a schedule of their own, too. While it may look like Duke, our bobcat, is just playing around most of the day, here is a brief look at his busy schedule inside our Gator Park. 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. Let's be honest, most of us are not morning people. But for Duke, his energy level is much higher than the average house cat, which makes waking up much easier. However, in the wild,.