We’re all poised to mark Global Tiger Day this Friday when we’ll auction off a roarsome souvenir of our tiger feet. Big Cat Keeper Cheyenne Darkins has created unique plaster casts of a pair of paw prints – one from our gorgeous seven-year-old female, Daseep, and the larger one from our handsome six-year-old male, Joao. … Continue reading Purr-fect paws
For the very first time, Dudley Zoo is giving animal lovers chance to get their paws on artwork by our tigers, Daseep and Joao. To mark Global Tiger Day on Sunday, July 29, we’ve turned their paw prints – and a terrific tail print – into grrr-eat souvenirs to claw in funds to help tigers … Continue reading Tiger feet!
We had a grrr-eat weekend raising funds and awareness for tigers as part of our Global Tiger Day celebrations. Through a daily meet and greet raffle, tiger face painting and sales of dress-up tiger ears and tails, we raised £549.96 for 21st Century Tiger, which does sterling work supporting conservation projects who are working to … Continue reading Grrr-eat tiger weekend
Critically endangered Sumatrans, Daseep and Joao, will be helping us raise priceless awareness this Global Tiger Day. All eyes will be on our charismatic pair, who are great ambassadors for their wild cousins on the Indonesian island of Sumatra, where there are shockingly as few as 400 left of their smallest surviving tiger subspecies. Weekend … Continue reading Tiger awareness
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!
DZG’s conservation work for critically endangered Sumatran tigers have earned us a Silver Certificate from 21st Century Tiger in recognition of our fundraising efforts The certificate acknowledges the £1,000 we donated to the charity last year, bringing our running total to £7,945. Zoo Director Derek Grove, said: “ We raised £686.72 through our Global Tiger … Continue reading Recognition for tiger funds