Yesterday my boyfriend Alex and I visited Twycross Zoo, i went a short while ago with my Mum where we then purchased annual passes! Do you know what that means? I can go to the zoo everyday without it costing me anymore than the £50 for the pass, if i go one more time then i'll have already made it worth buying.
Of course we saw many adorable animals from the big elephants to the tiny lorikeets that you can see us both feeding above, one even landed on Alex's head! I love the enclosure's that you can interact with the animals in, at Twycross Zoo there are four, Lorikeet Landing, Walking With The Lemurs, Petting The Goats at the farm and The Butterfly Garden. To feed the Lorikeets they have two timings during the day and a limited number of nectar pots so they don't get too chubby, so make sure you get there early.
Both time's now that i've been in with the butterflies they have mistaken the bright red flowers on my bag for real one's, they must be so appealing yet such a disappointment, i have yet to get a snap of them on my bag but i will not give up.
Twycross Zoo have many rescued animals, including their elephants but not only that they also do a great job helping conservation for animals in the wild, take a look at their current conservation projects.
We found a photo booth near the gorilla enclosure and of course it was time to get pulling some funny faces, here is one of the beautiful photo's, can you tell we were having a wonderful time?
What animal's have you seen at the zoo recently?