IN NEWS ON 3RD MAR 2020

Thank You For Watching – Fota: Into The Wild

The documentary series about Fota Wildlife Park, presented by Andrea Hayes, on Virgin Media One Television concluded on Sunday evening. The four-part television programme called – Fota: Into the Wild and was filmed by Red Pepper Productions over a period of nearly two years. The series followed Fota’s animal Rangers as they cared for and protected many of the species – from birth all the way through to maturity.

Fota Wildlife Park received so many messages of support throughout the show and we would like to thank everyone who contacted us, tuned in and supported the show. We would also like to thank the entire Red Pepper Production team, the amazing Andrea Hayes and Virgin Media Television for the fantastic opportunity we were given to show off the hard work of our rangers, so often behind the scenes, and to bring home to our visitors and supporters how supporting the work Fota Wildlife Park does supports wildlife conservation accross the globe.

If you missed the programme or would like to see it again, you can currently catch some of the episodes on Virgin Media Television’s Online Player here – Fota: Into The Wild (This link will take you to their website).

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