Windsor Safari Park


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1 the owners click here to add your comments WHO WERE THE OWNERS? Did you know any of them? How did one set of owners compare against another? Can you provide us with any stories on "the owners" ?
2 Top 10 Videos click here to add your comments We have a TOP TEN videos page! Does it show the right videos? Are there better videos out there? TELL US!
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4 forums gallery click here to add your comments members can now upload their treasured photos straight to the forums gallery! have you tried it? problems? easy? TELL US!
5 Safari Park Book click here to add your comments in 1994 David Taylor's BOOK was published, it went out of print and now only the odd copy is available through book dealers, have you read it?
6 Go Wild At Windsor click here to add your comments In 2006 Rose provided the site with her copy of   "Go Wild At Windsor." What do you think of the video? Have you viewed it?
7 no buyer no how click here to add your comments in 1992 prospective buyers were queuing up around the block to buy the park lock stock and barrel AND run it as a Safari Park! So why did they change their mind? Were you there at the time? COULD a different buyer to Legoland have been found?
8 1986 Souvenir Video click here to add your comments in 2011 Eddy Powell provided the site with his Souvenir Video Tape. This video predates the "Go Wild At Windsor" listed above but is every bit as enjoyable! Which one do you prefer? Any comments on the video?
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Longleat lions have fun flying through trees at Safari Park By Somerset Standard | Posted: January 21, 2014
If you've ever wondered what the big cats get up to when the visitors have gone home these extraordinary images from Longleat Safari and Adventure Park reveal a hidden side to the world-famous pride.

The set of photos, which were taken by Longleat keeper Ian Turner while the park was closed to the public, capture the amazing moment a trio of daredevil lions decided to climb to the top of a ten-metre-tall oak tree.

"I was busy taking photos of some new cubs which were venturing outside for the first time when the other keepers alerted me that something unusual was happening elsewhere in the enclosure," said Ian.

"One female seemed to be the leader and she went up first, then once she had reached the top the other two just followed her up.

"It's not unusual for one or other of the lions to climb up one of the smaller trees, but this wasn't a small tree," he added.

Despite being taller than a double-decker bus, the tree didn't seem to provide them with too much of a challenge, but it was what happened next that really took everyone by surprise.

"There wasn't a lot of room at the top and we just expected them to climb back down again," said Ian.

"However they seemed to have a different idea, and the first female simply leapt off the top.

"It all happened very quickly, but when I was able to study the images afterwards you can see that, just like a domestic cat, she was able to rotate her legs around in mid-air and land on all four paws.

"The second lion soon followed her down in similar fashion, but the third one was a lot less confident and, after spending several minutes alone up there, she decided to climb back down.

"It's something none of us have ever witnessed before and it was just total coincidence that I was there and able to capture it," he added

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