Loro Parque receives the Tenerife Ejectutivos’ Award for its ‘Tourism Excellence’

Loro Parque has received this Tuesday, February 26, the Tenerife Ejecutivos’ Award for Tourism Excellence, bestowed by the magazine Ejecutivos, in an event held in La Laguna Gran Hotel.  This first edition of the awards was presided over by the President of the Tenerife Cabildo Carlos Alonso.  During the ceremony, different companies were recognised for their trajectory, quality, external projects, technological development and customer service, amongst other categories. Thus, once again, the work of Loro Parque has been differentiated by Continue reading

The Loro Parque Foundation has achieved the reintroduction into the wild in Brazil of six Tenerife-born examples of a parrot that is in danger of extinction

The six specimens of Lear’s Macaw (Anodorhynchus leari) born in the Loro Parque Foundation’s facilities and moved last August to Brazil for their reinsertion in nature have already managed to adapt to the harsh conditions of their habitat in the Caatinga and are now flying free in the wild.  The parrot is one of the most important projects of the Foundation, which has managed to move its category on the Red List of the International Union for the Conservation of Continue reading

Loro Parque exhibits, for the first time in Spain, a pair of Bowmouth guitarfish (Rhina ancylostoma)

After Loro Parque became a pioneer in being the first aquarium in Spain to receive a pair of Bowmouth guitarfish (Rhina ancylostoma), the species will be available to be viewed at its exhibition in the coming days that all visitors can get to know and learn them. With their incorporation, this zoological garden already recognised as the best in the world according to TripAdvisor, reinforces its commitment to conservation, as this species is catalogued as vulnerable according to the Red Continue reading

Loro Parque Fundación and the Canarian universities kick-off the CanBio project

This week, Loro Parque Fundación has signed several collaboration agreements and contracts with research teams from the two Canarian universities and the NGOs Elasmocan and AVANFUER, to start the CanBio project, a research programme financed jointly by Loro Parque and the Canary Islands Government. Through this project, different research groups from the University of La Laguna (ULL) and the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (ULPGC) will study climate change in the sea and ocean acidification, as well as Continue reading

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