We’re bringing back a limited talks programme for Halloween half term, allowing visitors to find out more about some of our species and hear some spooky stories about our castle! Learn all about our tigers, giraffe, penguins and camels, while also discovering about the castle ghosts in our Presenter-led talks, which will run each afternoon … Continue reading Talks return for half term
This week’s Conservation Matters is all about our macaws, so press play and discover more in our mini lesson with Conservation Officer, Chris Leeson.
Discover more about lemurs and find out how we’re helping the species in the wild in this week’s mini Conservation Matters lesson.
We’re bringing you another Conservation Matters mini lesson today as we discover more about camels!
Today we’re bringing you another mini lesson. Find out more about our Lar gibbons with Conservation Officer, Chris Leeson.
DZC Conservation Officer Chris Leeson brings you another mini lesson – and this week we’re learning more about Sumatran tigers!
They’re our most popular animal species on site and topped our adoption list in 2020, but how much do you know about our Linne’s Two Toed Sloths? On this #FunFactFriday, sit back and listen to another mini lesson with our Conservation Officer, Chris Leeson.
Today is Penguin Awareness Day, when we highlight the popular black and white bird. Sit back and enjoy another mini lesson with Conservation Officer, Chris Leeson, as he teaches us all about Humboldts… If you’d like us to cover something for an upcoming school topic, then let us know!
Are your children studying Iceworlds? Need some fun facts on a polar habitat animal? Then sit back and listen to a mini lesson on Arctic foxes!
The zoo might be silent of excited visitor chatter, but there’s still plenty of animal sounds to hear each day. And our 70-strong Humboldt penguin colony are certainly one of the noisiest species on site! Penguins communicate by vocalising, with Humboldts making three different call sounds. The birds have specialised throat structures which … Continue reading Penguins calling