Since our last visit a new building is under construction which will house the booking office and obligatory gift shop, presumably to trap you on the way out hoping you'll spend even more on overpriced items to fund it. Generally the park is well kept but some of the paths need sorting as they're uneven and not very wheelchair friendly as I noticed an elderly person wincing as she was being pushed along them. One big gripe, the only way you can keep track of feeding times and keeper talks is to refer to the notice board as you enter so surely a print-out could be given out with the park guide to save missing some of them. Great news the elusive red panda on our last visit has a mate and both could be seen doing their thing, most enjoyable as they're very photogenic! One last observation, there's no disabled parking designation close to the entrance. Judging by the massive gaps between some cars, it's inconsiderate parking and an attendant shepherding them in wouldn't go amiss then late comers could get nearer the entrance.
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