Home   What's On   News   Article

Port Lympne Reserve, near Hythe, Kent - February half term activities

African Painted Puppies at Port Lympne Reserve
African Painted Puppies at Port Lympne Reserve

Keepers at PORT LYMPNE RESERVE are celebrating as not one but three litters of endangered African painted dog puppies!

A mix of males and females, the puppies are now three months old and take the numbers of African painted dogs at the reserve, near Ashford, to a staggering 43, split between five packs.

Port Lympne’s Adrian Harland said: “We’re delighted with the litters. All the pups are really strong and healthy. They are out and about exploring their surroundings and playing every day.

During half term, visitors can take part in free activities, enjoy fact-filled talks and watch feeds.

Details: Entry costs £19.95 for adults and £15.95 for children.

Visit www.aspinallfoundation.org/portlympne or call 0844 8424647.

Close This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies.Learn More