Bank Holiday Fun at Drusillas
It’s set to be a bumper Bank Holiday at
Since their arrival at Easter, red pandas Mulan and Tibao have settled well, making a huge impression on staff, visitors and each other. They have been brought together as part of the European Breeding Programme and so far the signs are encouraging. Keepers have high hopes that in time the bamboo eating pair will have a bambino of their own.
The warmer weather has also brought with it the arrival of lots of spring babies including a rare black lemur. The happy discovery was made by keepers on 14 April and is the third black lemur to be born at the zoo in as many years. Both mother and baby are doing well and can be seen in the public walk-through enclosure, Lemurland. Other baby boomers include a Goeldi’s monkey, silvery marmoset, red-handed tamarin and black cheeked lovebirds.
However, the fun doesn’t stop here. On Bank Holiday Monday, Postman Pat will take a well-earned break from delivering the post in
With all this plus the usual animal magic, large adventure play area and a Thomas & Friends™ train that runs daily,