First Bowdleflodes Childrens’ Exhibition

Bowdleflode News No. 14 – July 2019

 

The first ‘Meet the Bowdleflodes’ Children’s Art Exhibition has just been held.  A big thank you to the Oxmarket Gallery in Chichester, West Sussex, for hosting our first ‘Meet the Bowdleflodes’ Exhibition.  Lots of the children’s Animals from the Bowdleflodes Zoo were on show as well as some of the life-size Bowdleflodes themselves.  We met some fantastic people and signed up several new schools to the Project!

We are now in talks with another local gallery who’ve approached us and we’re looking foward to another pop-up in the near future!

 

More Good News!

Five rhinos bred in European Zoos are sent to live in the wild in Akagera Wildlife Park in Ruanda.

Rhino by Lauren Alderslade – illustrator of the Bowdleflodes Stories

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Great Sponsorship News!

In the last month, The Bowdleflodes Project has facilitated the adoption of six animals between generous individuals supporting us and their local primary schools.  Six schools and nearly 2,000 parents can now take their children to their local wildlife park to meet their new adopted animal!

This is a great way to inspire children from a young age to take a keen interest in endangered animals and the ongoing care for our planet.

If anyone’s interested in sponsoring a local primary school for a just £2 per week, please contact the Bowdleflodes creator, Neil.

 

 

This is Indeever, the female snow leopard, one of the Bowdleflodes-enabled sponsored animals at Marwell Zoo.