Our mums are wishing all you marvellous mums a very happy Mothering Sunday! We have furry, feathered and scaly mums of all shapes and sizes across our 40-acre site, but the one thing they all have in common with your magnificent mum is the special bond they form with their offspring. We’re looking forward to … Continue reading Celebrating marvellous mothers!
If you love your amazing mum as much as Dakota loves his amazing mum Daisy, then why not treat her to a free day out at DZG this Mother’s Day? From tiniest pygmy marmoset Pam to Bornean orangutan Jazz, we’ve got mums of all shapes and sizes across the 40-acre zoo site. Marketing Manager Andrea … Continue reading Mum’s the word!
We’re wishing mums of all species a Happy Mother’s Day today – especially our first-time mum Barbara, the black lemur. Last May Barbara gave birth to daughter Kimmy – our first baby black lemur in over a decade – and she’s taken to motherhood incredibly well. Trainee Keeper Cara Sheldon said: “Barbara is very caring … Continue reading Celebrating Barbara!
DZG is helping make mums feel special this Mother’s Day – by treating them to a free day-out. We’re offering all mothers chance to spend the special Sunday getting close to some of our rare and incredible animals at the 40-acre zoo. DZG Marketing Assistant and mum-of-two Louise Curtis said: “This is a great opportunity … Continue reading Make mum’s day!
It’s Mothering Sunday and we’re celebrating mums of all shapes, sizes and species today! We’ve got lots of amazing mums here at DZG from experienced mums like Phoebe the ring-tailed lemur, who gave birth to her 12th baby last week, to new gelada baboon mum, Jimma – pictured above – who is successfully rearing her … Continue reading Happy Mother’s Day!
We’ve had a timely birth just ahead of Mother’s Day as ring-tailed lemur, Phoebe, delivered her 12th baby! The busy 15 year-old mum gave birth to her latest offspring in Lemur Wood on Wednesday night and was out and about in the one-acre walkthrough exhibit the next morning with her newborn. Curator Richard Brown, said: … Continue reading Celebrating mums