Besides serving as winter abodes for animals native to tropical and subtropical climates, indoor exhibits of the Debrecen Zoo also shelter some of the plants for the cold months.
DKV has presented us a list of strange objects that they had found on their trams and buses.
The third iteration of the ever-popular event of te Debrecen Zoo, Chirpy Family Day aims to raise public awareness of birds and their conservation by providing a perfect introduction to the world of both local and exotic avifauna.
An electric meter box caught fire yesterday (19th January) on Mathiász János street, Debrecen.
A brand-new dog park was inaugurated in Debrecen on 17 January 2020.
It is now time for the ever-popular Duck Train to undergo due preparation for our Amusement Park’s special jubilee season. With a full mechanical overhaul done, we are now giving the ducks themselves a meticulous paint job so that they will be good as new for March.
In Hungary, the beginning of each year traditionally marks the selection of a number of indigenous plant and animal species that deserve extra attention according to general and taxon-specific environmental organizations. This joint initiative aims to raise public awareness of respective taxa by highlighting a Species of the Year for each of them.
Cars on the road between Debrecen and Hosszúpályi on 17 January 2020.
Carbon monoxide was detected yesterday (16th January) in the bathroom of a flat on Csapó street, Debrecen.
Although we do take proper care of local wintering birds by providing feeders and baths, our zoo is home to a wide variety of natural food sources as well.