Noah's Ark Zoo Farm in Wraxall has announced the birth of a baby zebra in the coronavirus outbreak. She's called Hope to give people hope.Read the full story ›
Keepers at Noah's Ark Zoo Farm in Wraxall, near Bristol, say Madidi and Rasu have hit it off and they're hopeful there will soon be cubsRead the full story ›
Staff at Noah's Ark Zoo Farm had to call in an expert after Toby the Tapir cracked his toothRead the full story ›
Noah's Ark Farm Zoo at Wraxall has taken on a 26-year-old African Bull Elephant to act as mentor to its two younger bullsRead the full story ›
Keepers at Noah's Ark Zoo Farm in Somerset have had their first glimpse of no less than four joeys born to their wallaby troupeRead the full story ›
Keepers at Noah's Ark Zoo Farm in Somerset have captured the birth of their latest baby on camera - a giraffe calf called GusRead the full story ›
Endangered dormice have been discovered in the grounds of Tyntesfield, near Bristol, but the fact that they're asleep could be a problemRead the full story ›
The Children's Hospice SW is marking its 25th anniversary helping families trying to make the most of short and precious lives.Read the full story ›
A new arrival at a zoo in North Somerset has caused a lot of excitement. That's because he's bigger than most.
Getting Janu the African bull elephant into his new home at Noah's Ark Zoo Farm involved a lorry, a crane, some hefty chains and plenty of carrots for encouragement.
A second elephant has arrived at Noah's Ark Zoo Farm near Bristol.
Janu, a nine year old bull, has moved in to the new £2 million Elephant Eden attraction, the biggest enclosure of its kind in northern Europe.