Talk:Kamo Wildlife Sanctuary

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TV Data[edit]

The TV data about countries and ratings was kindly supplied by a member of the park as an answer to a support e-mail from this editor. --Doppelgangland 18:34, 7 September 2007 (UTC)

Animal details[edit]

An IP added this stuff to Craig Busch which realy belongs here. I don't have time to cross check and correlate with this article, but some of it may be usefull to add. MickMacNee (talk) 01:27, 3 December 2008 (UTC)


He also has many other animals in his park. Ranging from big cats to a baboon. He has;

-2 Male royal Bengal tigers named Abu and Jahdu.

-1 female royal white Bengal tiger named Rewa.

-An orange tiger named Shikana (Mother of orange cubs Sita (female) and twin females).

-Zion (male) and Shia (female) which are twin Barbary lions.

-Sampson and his mate are heads of the Wild Pride which contains 2 of their sons.

-Aslan (male) and Narnia (female) are also son and daughter (twins) of Sampson but are less wild as they were hand-reared by Craig and his partner Karen along with their bit more wild and cheeky older sister Savannah.

-Gandor is New Zealand's first rare white lion brought in from Africa along with his girlfriend Shikira who also has the rare white gene.

-2 cheetahs named Kenya (male) and another female one.

-A black leopard named Mandela.

-Zoe (female) and Silas are African Serval cats.

-Craig also has over 200 deer running free in the park.

-On the other side of the park he has a female baboon named Foxy.


Ownership[edit]

Busch did not remain "the park's owner until 13 July 2006, when he resigned as director and appointed his mother, Patricia Busch, as sole director". That is confusing ownership by a company and personal ownership, and directors and shareholders of companies. The owner was always a company. Craig lost control of the company after his mother paid off the company's debts, and she called in the loans. He remains the majority shareholder.
Zion Wildlife Gardens Ltd was sold in late January 2012 by the Receivers (PriceWaterhouseCooper) to Zion Wildlife Kingdom Ltd. The listed director and shareholder is Tracey Beth McVerry. Reports have come through the Craig Busch is also back at the park but it is unclear in what role. The park at this point remains closed to the public.--Tangihua (talk) 08:38, 12 February 2012 (UTC)

That's very nice. Now please prove it. We need to be able to verify what you are saying -- otherwise it's just insider information or original research. Don Lammers (talk) 02:02, 15 February 2012 (UTC)