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Dudley Zoo & Castle

Karen-Jane Dudley

Dudley Zoo & Castle Castle Hill Dudley DY1 4QF

DZG is unique… a home to more than 1300 animals, and has nigh on 200 species, including some of the rarest creatures on Planet Earth. Hundreds of exotic and endangered animals inhabit an ancient wooded hillside, with a rich geological history, around the ruins of the 11th century Dudley Castle and share a site with the world’s largest single collection of Modernist Tecton structures.
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New orangutan arrives at Dudley Zoo 12th Oct 2021 There was a big delivery at Dudley Zoo and Castle yesterday (Thursday) as a male Bornean orangutan arrived from Denmark as part of an international conservation…
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Dudley Zoo expands conservation role 5th Jul 2021 Dudley Zoo and Castle’s key conservation role in securing the future of the endangered black lemur has just got a little bigger. The Castle Hill…
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Dr Dave Beeston awarded Honorary Membership 25th Aug 2020 As a 37-year fixture of Dudley Zoo & Castle, Dr Dave Beeston has been awarded Honorary Membership of BIAZA as a reflection of his achievements.
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Recycling just got more colourful 3rd Sep 2018 New colour-coded bins have gone out around Dudley Zoo to encourage visitors to separate out waste.
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Lemurs move into £25,000 luxury lodgings 30th Jul 2018 Dudley Zoo’s black lemur family is settling into a newly-built home. Mum Barbara, Dad Bryan, one-year-old Kim and baby Jim have been moved from Lemur Wood walkthrough.
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Hanging out with bats 4th Jun 2018 After hanging out with bat conservationists, Dudley Zoo discovered that up to nine species are roosting in off-show caverns on their site.
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Raptor Day proves to be a flying success 31st Aug 2017 August Bank Holiday Monday was Raptor Day at Dudley Zoological Gardens. The idea was the brainchild of Bird Keeper, Kriss Pearson, who wanted to highlight more conservation work for avian species.
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Big Bug Bonanza 15th Aug 2017 Every second year, BIAZA's Terrestrial Invertebrate Working Group organizes Big Bug Bonanza which took place from the 7th of August until the 13th of August 2017.
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Kestrel care 3rd Apr 2017 We’re providing a helping hand for the site’s wild kestrels by installing nesting boxes around site, just in time for breeding season.