Press area

Come and discover the Parc Animalier d'Auvergne on a personalised press visit and learn about our philosophy on the conservation of rare and endangered species.

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Exceptional births, a behind-the-scenes look at the zoo, and a committed park invested in its region, reputed among animal parks and with visitors
A park committed to conservation
350 animals from 65 different species including 40 that are endangered in the wild
"If you're looking for a great way to spend the day, don't hesitate to visit the park. There are surprising animals to discover, especially the snow leopards. The viewing areas are well designed for observing the animals. Brilliant!" John D., TripAdvisor

Explore the park with photos

An exceptional natural setting

The Parc Animalier d'Auvergne is nestled in the heart of an exceptional environment in the foothills of the Cézallier Mountains in the Auvergne Volcanoes Regional Nature Park.

Raising awareness to protect biodiversity

Giving the generations to come a sense of responsibility and raising awareness with visitors on environmental issues are at the heart of the commitments of the Parc Animalier d'Auvergne.
Our educational team strives daily to fulfil these missions.

Present rare species

Another role of an animal park is to present rare, endangered species like the binturong, one of the new animals in the park this year.

Protect in the wild

For 2021, the Parc Animalier d'Auvergne and the Passerelle Conservation have set a new goal: raising €105,000 to support the programmes of the year.

Participation in reproduction programmes

The park participates in 46 European reproduction programmes that aim to one day reintroduce these species to the wild in their natural habitat.

For companies

We offer seminars and team-building activities adapted to the needs of businesses.

Press kit

Contact us

To request information or to receive documentation (press kit, press releases, etc.), contact Marie at or use our contact form below. We’ll get back to you as soon as possible!

You can also contact Anne-Cécile, the park’s press officer, from the press agency Qui Plus Est, at +33 (0)6 34 87 35 87

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