We’ve opened our new farm barn, the latest project to complete in our anniversary £295,000 revamp programme. The heated and covered exhibit has taken three months to build and allows visitors to get even closer to a variety of small animals, including pygmy hedgehogs, millipedes, African Giant land snail and a European mantis. Zoo Manager … Continue reading New farm barn opens!
We’ve completed the second of our £295,000 redevelopment projects in time for Love Your Zoo Week – with our Carpathian lynx loving their extended home! Following the demolishment of the former Geoffroy’s cat enclosure, external contractors and DZG staff have transformed the space into a new internal section for our three lynx, Daisy, Dave and … Continue reading Lynx extension completes
Our much-loved model cow, Daisy, has moo-ved off site for a spruce up, as part of our £90,000 farm redevelopment. Contractors have now demolished the old barn before starting work on its larger replacement. As part of the revamp, the popular model milking cow, which has been showing signs of wear and tear has gone … Continue reading Daisy moo-ves off site!
Our rare yellow-breasted capuchins are enjoying their newly built enclosure, which was completed just in time to welcome another addition to the family! The tiny primate was born to 13 year-old mum, Dinya and nine year-old dad, Willow, on Friday, just days after the capuchins moved into their new home – which is the first … Continue reading New home, new baby!
DZG’s £295,000 anniversary revamp programme is underway with contractors getting to work on a new-look home for one of our rarest species of primate. The first stage of the site’s modernisation work includes a £20,000 rebuild of the outdoor area for the critically endangered Yellow-breasted capuchins off the Small Primate House. DZG Curator Richard Brown, … Continue reading Capuchin work underway
Happy New Year! It’s set to be an exciting 12 months for DZG as we celebrate our 80th anniversary! We’ve got plenty planned to mark the occasion with a range of new exhibits and events throughout the coming year. Earlier this week we revealed a number of redevelopment plans, including new aviaries for our parrots, … Continue reading DZG enters its 80th year!
We’re gearing up for our 80th anniversary by revealing exciting plans for next year… Over the coming months a £295,000 revamp will begin on SIX projects on site including new extended homes for our critically endangered yellow-breasted capuchins, snow leopards, parrots, military macaws and cockatoos, as well as a larger farm barn and extended farmyard and … Continue reading Anniversary plans…