Eight-year-old Margaash got out of his enclosure after its door was left open by a zoo keeper.Read the full story ›
Bubbles arrived from Longleat Safari Park and is already making friends with some of the other animals.Read the full story ›
Keepers at Dudley Zoo say strong scents encourage the animals to behave naturally.Read the full story ›
Meerkats at Dudley Zoo have been having lots of fun following the arrival of sand to their enclosure.Read the full story ›
Staff at Dudley Zoo will be hoping love is in the air this Valentine's Day for the zoo's various couples on its breeding programmes.Read the full story ›
Keepers are recycling the trees by adding them into the enclosures of many of the site’s animals.Read the full story ›
Dudley Zoos four Bornean orangutans are the stars of a 2017 fundraising charity calendar to raise money for their endangered species.Read the full story ›
Dudley Zoo has welcomed a new baby gelada baboon, who has been spotted for the first time since being born in October.Read the full story ›
Dudley Zoo had a lot of leftover pumpkins from half term this year, so instead of wasting them, fed them to their animals.
Dudley Zoological Gardens Media and Communications Officer, Rachel Hickman, said:
Following our Hallowe’en events throughout half term we had a lot of leftover carved pumpkins and as we don’t waste anything here, keepers filled some up with favourite foods, while others were cut into pieces for many of our 1,500 strong animal collection to eat and they went down a treat!
Usually reindeer are born around April or May, but during a great week of weather Dudley Zoo is celebrating the rare birth of yet another.Read the full story ›