Birthday prize - and half-price at safari park! Time Off The family entertainment guide.
The park remains one of the North West's most popular attractions, and never more so than in the February half-term holiday when other places have yet to reopen after their winter break.
And what better way to spend a day than to get 'up close and personal' with around 700 exotic animals from all over the globe on Lord Derby's estate? There are rhinos, camels, buffalo, bison, wildebeest, lions, tigers, monkeys, deer, antelope, wallabies and - of course - Knowsley's infamous baboons!
CUB: One of the Knowsley Safari Park Highlights this year include three white rhino calves - Troy, Rosie and Bugo - and the park's biggest-ever pride of lions.
There is the miniature railway and a walkaround animal area, and the park's revamped sealion facility. There's also the Bug House, Lake Farm and, of course, Knowsley is home to Aerial Extreme adventure ropes course and so much more.
We have teamed up with Knowsley to offer eight lucky readers the chance to win a family tickets to the Safari Park. just name two of the three white rhino calves.
Send your entries on a postcard, together with your name, address and daytime telephone number, by February 14, to: Time Off/Knowsley Competition, c/o Janet Tansley, Liverpool Echo, PO Box 48, Old Hall Street, Liverpool L69 3EB.
The first eight correct entries out of the hat will win. Usual ECHO competition rules apply.
But don't despair if you don't win. Hand this article in to Knowsley Safari Park to get half-price entry for all the passengers in a car.
endearing sights at This offer is valid from Saturday, February 12, 2011, up to and including Sunday, February 27, 2011.
Not be to used in conjunction with any other offer.
Guidebook not included in half term offer price. Car entry only. Normal entry price pounds 15 Adult, pounds 11 Child/OAP. Offer price pounds 7.50 Adult, pounds 5.50 Child/OAP.
For more details call 0151-430 9009 or log on to www.knowsleysafariexperience.co.uk
CUB: One of the endearing sights at Knowsley Safari Park