Baby koala

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Baby koala

The ZooParc’s fabulous births!

Each year, in every season, we have the pleasure of experiencing more than 950 births, giving genuine hope for the preservation of endangered species. Witness the early days of all these adorable babies!

Born in the last few months

De mi-juin à mi-juillet :
3 mangoustes naines
1 macaque de Barbarie
1 roussette de corail
2 canards mandarin
1 pigeon de Nicobar
2 conures soleil
1 canard siffleur
7 anacondas jaunes
2 lézards crocodile de Chine
3 roulrouls
3 spatules d’Afrique
3 rainettes jaguar
4 ibis rouges
2 sarcelles tachetées
2 martin des berges
1 sarcelle cannelle. 

De mi-juillet à mi-août :
1 martin des berges
4 sarcelles du Chili
1 conure soleil
3 pigeons de Nicobar
3 ouettes à ailes bleues
3 martins-chasseurs géants
5 dendrobates à tapirer
3 dendrocynes fauve
1 zèbre de Grévy
5 ibis rouges
4 guiras cantara
2 capybaras
5 agames voilier des Philippines
3 perruches de Latham
2 magots
1 orang-outan de Bornéo
7 roulrouls couronnés
1 ibis à face noire

Cute babies!

For 40 years, baby animals have animated the life of the park and brought us hope for the conservation of endangered species…
Fall in love with these adorable newborns and their parents…
Even better ! Come and meet them at the ZooParc de Beauval.

Beauval Nature Raconte

Our females reintroduced in Gabon

Follow the Beauval Nature expedition which reintroduced 2 female gorillas born at the ZooParc de Beauval, Mayombé and Kuimba, back into the wild. Against a backdrop of breath-taking landscapes, experience the emotional rollercoaster endured by our team, from the departure from the zoo to the first few steps on the island!

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Beauval Nature

For the past 10 years, the Beauval Nature association has joined forces with field workers to support them in their primary mission of species conservation. Beauval works closely with numerous conservation and research programmes around the world to study and protect endangered species. This everyday action takes place in order to protect our biodiversity.