The Aspinall Foundation


The latest update from the BSP

It has now been 12 months since The Aspinall Foundation donated 10 camera traps and memory cards to The Bongo Surveillance Project (BSP) in Kenya – and they have sent us a fantastic update.

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A summary of our activities in Congo, 2016

In Congo, direct observations of the reintroduced gorillas in the Lesio-Louna Reserve are rare, but the observations that are made show that the largest group, led by the silverback Makoua, continues to do very well. The group currently comprises...

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Romanian Bison Update

Having spent the summer in open hay fields our Bison have moved back into the forested areas now that winter has set in

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Salome's Sweet Sixteen at Howletts



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Double the Fun This October this Half Term

Visitors to Port Lympne Reserve, home to Kent’s authentic safari experience, have the opportunity to double their fun this October half term, when they take advantage of the Reserve’s special offer.

Valid from 22nd October to 30th October...

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Howling Half Term Fun at Howletts

Visitors to Howletts Wild Animal Park, one of Kent’s most affordable days out, can enjoy frightfully fun days out this October half term when they take part in free activities, crafts, fact-packed talks and games.

Get our best value admission...

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Five Feet Tall and Fabulous

Keepers and staff at Port Lympne Reserve, Kent’s largest wild animal park, have welcomed a critically endangered female Rothschild giraffe calf - the first to be born at the Reserve, near Ashford for eight years.Animal Manager, Simon Jeffery...

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Howletts and Port Lympne Scoop Coveted KEiBA 2015 Award

Howletts Wild Animal Park and Port Lympne Reserve were awarded Tourism and Hospitality Business of the Year by KEiBA officials at a glittering awards ceremony held at the Kent Event Centre, Kent Showground in Detling on Thursday 25th June.


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Baby Rhino Brings New Hope For Survival of Species in The Wild

A critically endangered black rhino, born in Kent and given a royal send-off by Prince William from The Aspinall Foundation’s Port Lympne Reserve on the journey back to her native homelands in the foothills of Kilimanjaro Tanzania, has given...

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Summer Holiday Events at Port Lympne

Event Start Date: Sat, 23/07/2016 - 09:30

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