Lemur Wood

Showing the love for lemurs!

It’s Valentine’s Day and we’re showing the love for Madagascan lemurs today as we unveil a 30ft metal statue in their honour! We’re passionate about helping create a better future for these enigmatic creatures and our five species of lemur – ring-tailed, black-and-white ruffed, red ruffed, collared and black – are all amazing ambassadors for Continue reading Showing the love for lemurs!

Loving the lemurs!

Our free-roaming lemurs are loving their new-look home and we’ve had great feedback from visitors too! The one-acre walkthrough paddock, which opens each day from 11am, was relaunched a week ago following a £100,000 facelift and is home to more than 20 black-and-white ruffed, collared and ring-tailed lemurs – including two new arrivals… have you Continue reading Loving the lemurs!

Lemur Wood reopens!

The cast of Madagascar the Musical officially cut the ribbon to our new look Lemur Wood and were the first visitors to see the revamp! We’ve undertaken a £100,000 facelift on the popular one-acre walkthrough, which is home to more than 20 free-roaming black-and-white ruffed, collared and ring-tailed lemurs. Zoo Director Derek Grove said: “For Continue reading Lemur Wood reopens!

A cracking Easter!

We’re looking forward to a cracking Easter with the relaunching of Lemur Wood and baby animals aplenty! We’re gearing up to reopen the one-acre walkthrough exhibit on Saturday which has undergone a £100,000 revamp and is home to more than 20 free-roaming rare Madagascan lemurs. Marketing Manager Andrea Hales said: “We have plenty going on Continue reading A cracking Easter!

Lemur Wood closes for revamp

Pssst, Frank the ring-tailed lemur here, just to let you know that Lemur Wood is closed for a little while as we’re getting a new-look home! We’re all very excited, apparently we’re getting new pathways and steps around our one-acre walkthrough and a Madagascan information hut which you’ll be able to read all about the Continue reading Lemur Wood closes for revamp

What a crate pic!

DZG’s friendliest lemur Yoda was caught monkeying around after keepers finished preparing the day’s food for our primates. The cheeky 16-year-old black and white ruffed lemur hopped into the empty food crate while their backs were turned chopping up fruit and veg in the kitchen. And the colourful character, who loves interacting with our visitors, Continue reading What a crate pic!