Since African Lion Safari opened in 1969, the park has worked towards the conservation and preservation of many endangered and threatened species. Over the years, the park has continued to employ a philosophy of working closely with all of its birds and animals and today has gained a reputation as an international breeding facility for some of the world’s most endangered species.
Research and Development plays an integral part of African Lion Safari’s breeding and conservation initiatives. It has played an important role in the park’s breeding programmes for the Asian elephant, white rhino, giraffe, cheetah, kangaroo, wallaby, camel, warthog and birds including the Bald eagle, Golden eagle, Peregrine falcon, Spectacled owl, Ferruginous hawk, Scarlet macaw, Buffon’s macaw and flamingo.
African Lion Safari’s vision is to continue conservation initiatives to preserve wildlife for future generations.