Events

Werewolf screening’s tonight!

Hundreds of film fans will be joining us tonight for a one-off screening of cult horror-comedy ‘An American Werewolf in London’. Working alongside Flatpack, we’ve transformed the 11th century castle courtyard into an open-air cinema ready for this evening’s viewing and we’re expecting over 1,200 people to join us! Doors open at 8pm, with the Continue reading Werewolf screening’s tonight!

Earn your stripes for tigers!

Visitors are encouraged to earn their stripes and help us raise funds for tigers next weekend. We’re counting down to Global Tiger Day on Saturday, July 29 when we’ll be raising awareness about the plight of tigers in the wild, with the help of our critically endangered Sumatran duo, Daseep and Joao. And we’ll be Continue reading Earn your stripes for tigers!

Forming a conservation community

DZG hosted its first ever Community Conservation Forum attended by a variety of local nature groups. Organised by Conservation Officer, Chris Leeson, the event allowed participants to meet each other, share information and discuss ways to improve local breeding sites. Groups taking part included Brumbats, Sandnats (Sandwell Valley Naturalists) and a host of park and Continue reading Forming a conservation community

Celebrating our bostin' heritage

We’re celebrating our bostin’ heritage today as it’s Black Country Day. And to show our pride in the region, we’ve got the black, red and white flag flying atop one of the Midlands’ best-loved landmarks. Zoo Director Derek Grove, said: “”This year Dudley Zoological Gardens celebrates its 80th anniversary and we’re proud to have had Continue reading Celebrating our bostin’ heritage

An un-bear-lievable trail!

We’re really excited to be involved in Birmingham’s summer adventure trail – The Big Sleuth – especially as DZG is home to the UK’s last remaining Asiatic black bear. DZG’s Marketing Team at The Big Sleuth launch © Daniel Graves Photography The free public art trail started yesterday with 100 giant sun bears appearing around Continue reading An un-bear-lievable trail!