Wildwood Kent, the popular Wildlife Park, has updated its iconic wolf sign, as the charity prepares for big changes in the New Year. In the coming months, visitors to Wildwood Kent will notice some exciting developments to the much-loved wildlife park.
The conservation charity, which has received global recognition for its groundbreaking conservation project (in partnership with Kent Wildlife Trust) to release bison into the Blean woodland, is updating the park in preparation for its 21st birthday celebrations in March.
If you go down to the woods today, you’re sure of a big surprise…
The first major change has been the removal of the ‘iconic’ wolf poster which once marked the entrance to the Herne Bay site on the Canterbury Road. It was replaced earlier this week with a stunning sign showing the profile of some of the park’s most popular residents: wolves, bears and bison.
The internationally recognised charity is now looking to expand its work in protecting, conserving and rewilding. As part of this, it has been working with Kent design agency, Ditton Creative, to rebrand and create a fresh look for Wildwood while staying true to the charity’s core values, vision and mission.
About Wildwood Trust: Wildwood is an international centre of excellence for the conservation of British Wildlife. Since 1999, we’ve been devoted to protecting, conserving and rewilding the UK. Our purpose is to give native species a future.
Thanks to the generous support of our members and visitors, we are proud to have led a multitude of nationally significant conservation projects – but that’s just the beginning. We made a promise to do all that we can to save our native wildlife, and we intend to keep it. We can only do this with your help.