16 January 2020
The “population” of Parco Pallavicino is growing
A pink bow (or rather, a black and white one!) at the Parco Pallavicino.
31 August marked the birth of “Marina”, a zebra foal that is added to the many new births of the 2019 season inside the natural habitat that is Terre Borromee.
Marina is well and is growing together with her sister “Bona” in the marvellous park where over fifty species of animals live. The Park has been particularly prolific this year: from ducklings to fallow deer, from goats to exotic birds. Top place goes to the prairie dogs, with no less than four new additions.
A major contribution to the enrichment of the fauna of Parco Pallavicino has undoubtedly been made by the favourable conditions in which the animals live and by the care and recreational activities provided by the veterinarians and staff, who take responsibility for the fauna of the Park every day with passion and dedication.