The grass is greener on the other side for our gelada group who have switched places with their macaque neighbours. And the move to the opposite side of the grassy banks beneath our vintage chairlift has also given alpha male Ebano some incredible views from one of the mature ash trees. The nine geladas in … Continue reading Green, green grass of home
We’ve welcomed a new critically endangered male Sulawesi crested macaque to DZG, who has a special place in the heart of Lower Primates Senior Keeper, Jodie Dryden. As Jodie was five year-old Tambo’s former keeper at Drusillas Park in East Sussex, where she helped care for him from birth. (pictured above!) Jodie said: “I returned … Continue reading Jodie reunites with Tambo!
We don’t like waste here at DZG and try to reuse and recycle as much as we can – including the inside stone of a delicious summer fruit! Our animals tuck into seasonal produce on a daily basis and at this time of year they’re enjoying juicy peaches, melons and nectarines. But primate keepers have … Continue reading Summer fruit
We’ve a birthday girl and boy on site today! Birthday boy, Oba, gets some fishy treats from Senior Keeper, Sarah Evans. We’re wishing Patagonian sea lion, Oba, a very happy 17th birthday, while our littlest Sulawesi crested macaque, Summer, turns two! Summer’s dad, Simon, gets in on the snap with the birthday girl! Spot Summer … Continue reading Birthday greetings