DZG extended its work with native species by helping clear a piece of important ecological land on our doorstep. Working alongside Dudley Countryside Services, our Conservation Officer, Chris Leeson helped clear Peggy’s Meadow – located between DZG and the Black Country Living Museum. Chris said: “The land is a natural meadow and is listed as a … Continue reading Extending native species work
We’re inviting visitors to find out more about our feathered friends as we highlight the Big Garden Birdwatch. Each year the RSPB runs the world’s biggest wildlife survey, where people up and down the country count the birds visiting their garden over a one-hour period. And we’ll be welcoming representatives on site next weekend- Saturday, … Continue reading Bird watching!
The weather’s turning colder and here at DZG we’re looking out for our feathered friends. We’ve got hundreds of native small wild birds around the zoo site including chaffinches, robins, blue tits, long tail tits and nuthatches who all need a helping hand at this time of year to keep warm. Conservation Officer, Chris Leeson … Continue reading Feed the birds!