Name the babies at Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park

By on 28/08/2015 in Culture, News
Proud dad Pablo the Golden Lion Tamarin

Proud dad Pablo the Golden Lion Tamarin

The Golden Lion Tamarin twins need names – can you help?

Born on 27 February to proud mum and dad Cleo and Pablo, the six month old twins urgently need naming.

If you’d like to suggest a name – which will go to a public vote – then leave it at reception when you visit Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park or post it on their Facebook page over the bank holiday. You could win a family entry ticket.

Just one thing though – the names need to be fairly neutral as the sex of the babies isn’t known yet!

  • Deadline for entries is midnight 31 August
  • Public survey, via Facebook, to pick the winning names by 6 September
  • Winning names will be revealed on 9 September
  • Winners will get a free family entry ticket

Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park, which is run by Birmingham City Council, is open daily from 10am – 5pm, last admission 4pm, during the summer months. Admission is £5.50 for adults, £3 for children 3-15 years old and under 3s go free.

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