After a long journey from Denmark to Siberia our 12 new bison have finally been released into Pleistocene Park! All the animals made the journey safe and healthy. For the first three days the Bison will be quarantined in a small enclosure, after this they will move to a 100 hectare fenced area for about a month.
12 Bison (8 female, 4 male) from the Ditlevsdal Bison Farm in Denmark have started the long journey by truck to Siberia and their new home in Pleistocene Park. We will be posting updates on facebook and you can follow along their journey with our bison tracker providing up to date GPS location of the animals on their way through Russia.
The end of winter in the Park is approaching, the Weather is becoming more mild with more sun every day. We already have had the first babies born in the Park. Plus we have a new worker, experienced in animal sustainability who came to the Park yesterday. He is planning to work here for 2 years, sharing his experience.
Twelve bison in the Ditlevsdal Bison Farm started their quarantine yesterday. A month from now they will be ready to travel to Pleistocene Park. More news to come.
After many years we have finally renovated Pleistocene Park website. Now we have a modern design with the website connected to social networks and direct links to the websites for the Pleistocene Park foundation and the North-East Scientific Station. We want to express special thanks to Dan Tavelli for creating this website. It is a great help to us.