Hutchinson Friends of the Zoo (FOTZ) and the Hutchinson Zoo are excited to announce a new project.
Campus-wide initiative will help save energy, money;
contribute to better experience for visitors
With the acquisition of JRA, RWS Entertainment Group now delivers a complete array of
design, production, performance and operation services to theme parks, attractions, cruise ships, zoos, aquariums, museums, theater venues, casinos, hotels and resorts, botanical gardens, visitor centers, port of call destinations, retail, real estate, municipalities, airports and corporate branded experiences
"Banner: A Sea Turtle Saga" is a fictional account based loosely on the story of Banner, Mississippi Aquarium's resident endangered Green sea turtle.
Many of the Oklahoma City Zoo’s endangered, threatened species recently received a COVID-19 vaccine for animals as preventative health measure.
Former zoo and museum executive to run RWS’s Leased Experience Division which boasts globally recognized brands including Peanuts, Hasbro, BRICKLIVE and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer; New hire part of major expansion for RWS including the addition of more than 50 new positions
– On October 15, two female and one male bison were sent by Wind Cave National Park (WICA) to Red River Zoo (RRZ) in a ground-breaking achievement for their Zoo-Park Partnership for America’s Keystone Wildlife and the chance for the zoo to play a direct role in bison restoration.
Your Toronto Zoo today announced that it will be implementing a mandatory vaccination policy for eligible guests, members, business partners, contractors and all other visitors ages 12+ to our Zoo site beginning Monday October 25, 2021. Through the pandemic, your Toronto Zoo has been consistently reviewing operations and developing processes to ensure the safety of all. As a next step and additional precaution, this new mandatory vaccination implementation will support us in doing our best to protect our staff and volunteer teams, our guests, COVID-19 susceptible animals, and our broader community.
The Aquarium is the state's only facility capable of treating the turtle
On September 23rd we celebrated Puppe’s 54th Birthday. Puppe has been at your Toronto Zoo since September 1974 and is the oldest Sumatran orangutan in North America. On this milestone birthday you can honour Puppe with a donation to the Toronto Zoo’s Wildlife Conservancy to purchase and install a Pushbutton Water Spray Feature in the new outdoor orangutan habitat.
Worth the wait! Zoo’s giraffe, Julu, delivers her first calf, second giraffe birth this summer.
Supported by a private funder, this granting program supports AZA-accredited organizations (within Alaska, Idaho, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, Washington, and Wisconsin) in their efforts to plan, build, and/or expand programs aimed at advancing empathy for animals and wildlife.
The Tulsa Zoo announced Dara as the name of the newly born female Malayan tiger cub.
On August 6th at 4:05 am, the Santa Barbara Zoo’s Amur leopard, Ajax, gave birth to her first cub, and the two are doing well and currently bonding behind the scenes. The cub is a female named Marta, and weighed in at 517 gms (1.1 lbs) at its first medical examination on August 6.
The Oregon Coast Aquarium is honored to announce a new addition to its sea otter raft: Earle the southern sea otter pup. Found stranded at Asilomar State Marine Reserve in Pacific Grove, California in May of 2021, Earle was taken to Monterey Bay Aquarium for further care. After he was deemed non-releasable by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, it was determined the Oregon Coast Aquarium would be his new home. In partnership with the non-profit organization Turtles Fly Too, a flight was coordinated and Earle arrived at the Aquarium on July 22, 2021. The pup is currently acclimating well and learning typical sea otter behavior.
"“We are so excited to welcome Earle to the Aquarium,” said Brittany Blades, Oregon Coast Aquarium's Curator of Marine Mammals. “His survival story really speaks to the amazing things that happen when people come together to support wildlife. Earle will act as an ambassador for his species, connecting guests with ocean life and inspiring conservation. That connection is crucial to the protection and preservation of sea otters and other endangered species.”
TORONTO, ON, Thursday, July 29, 2021: In celebration of International Tiger Day your Toronto Zoo is excited to announce that our endangered female Amur tiger cub, affectionately known as #TOTigerCub, has a name! With over 15,000 people voting in the “Help Us Give #TOTigerCub A Name" promotion, one name has emerged as your favourite. Introducing, Mila! Mila, pronounced “Mee-la”, meaning loved by the people, gracious, dear one, was chosen through online voting from a list of four preselected names. The naming promotion was launched on Monday, July 19, 2021 and ran through Sunday, July 25, 2021 at 11:59 pm.
Month-long happenings invite fans to support Asian elephant conservation with #ThumbsUpTrunksUp digital media campaign, World Elephant Day activities, unique local fundraisers.
The Zoo Unveiled its Plan to Preserve Biodiversity During a Live Keynote on July 22, 2021.
The Zoo hosted a gender reveal party on July 16, and Nora and Clover showed off their twins.
We are thrilled to announce that your Toronto Zoo’s native species conservation breeding program for the endangered black-footed ferret has welcomed sixteen kits. Your Zoo has a long and proud history connecting people, animals and conservation science to fight extinction and this endangered species program exemplifies the importance of cultivating a world where wildlife and wild spaces thrive.
Palm Beach Zoo Lorikeet Loft is reopening after being shuttered due to COVID - 19 in March of 2020.
For the third time in Zoo history, a Giant anteater has been born at Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo. Arriving on June 15 after a 175-day gestation period, the baby weighed 4.3 pounds at nine days old, and 6.1 pounds at 23 days old on July 8. Proud parents are third time dad, E.O., and fourth time mom, Pana. The pair was brought to Connecticut’s only Zoo with the hopes of successful breeding, which occurred for the first time in 2016. Currently mother and baby are in seclusion most of the day, with brief forays into the outdoor habitat for fresh air and sunshine.
Your Toronto Zoo is excited to announce the births of six Vancouver Island marmot pups this year. This important conservation breeding program is part of the Zoo’s ongoing commitment to save wildlife to further protect biodiversity.
A collaborative initiative co-led by Parks Canada and the Toronto Zoo, added 48 juvenile Blanding’s turtles to Rouge National Urban Park today as part of recovery efforts to support this threatened species in the Greater Toronto Area.
This release also commemorates National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21 which acknowledges the heritage, cultures and achievements of Indigenous peoples in Canada. Turtles appear in many traditional teachings and Creation stories. Parks Canada and the Toronto Zoo are proud to help reintroduce “the turtle with the sun under its chin,” into Rouge National Urban Park.
Births of Eastern massasauga rattlesnake snakelets and black tree monitor hatchlings contribute to the conservation of these rare reptiles.
Your Toronto Zoo is excited to announce that our Eastern Loggerhead Shrike Canadian Conservation Breeding Program has welcomed hatchings. Your Toronto Zoo has a long and proud history connecting people, animals and conservation science to fight extinction and this flagship Canadian endangered species exemplifies the importance of cultivating a world where wildlife and wild spaces thrive. Known as the Butcherbird, for their behaviour of impaling food on sharp objects such as thorns and barbed wire, these Robin sized birds are at risk and need our help for a brighter future.
In honor of Veterinarian Appreciation Day, June 18, Dickerson Park Zoo encourages kids to bring a favorite stuffed animal for a check-up.
In celebration of Mother’s Day, your Toronto Zoo is excited to announce that endangered Masai giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis tippelskirchi) Mstari is expecting her second calf! Mstari is six months into her 13- to 16-month-long pregnancy, or just past the first trimester. Conceived at the beginning of November 2020, the calf is expected to arrive in early 2022 - there is considerable difficulty in pinpointing a due date since giraffe pregnancies can range from 400-488 days in length.
Your Toronto Zoo is part of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) Masai Giraffe Species Survival Plan (SSP), a cooperative breeding program among accredited zoos that recommended the pairing of Kiko and Mstari. The future second-time parents are mom Mstari, born October 17, 2013 at the Toronto Zoo, and dad Kiko, born October 22, 2012 at the Greenville Zoo in South Carolina. Your Toronto Zoo has raised 20 giraffes since 1974 with this upcoming birth being the second third-generation Toronto-born giraffe.
Before breeding introductions took place last fall, keepers began collecting fecal samples to track Mstari's progesterone (pregnancy hormone) levels. Breeding was observed between Kiko and Mstari in October and early November, 2020. A lack of breeding activity at the end of November was the first sign of a suspected pregnancy, and confirmation was received on February 24, 2021 when the Toronto Zoo’s Reproductive Sciences branch detected elevated fecal progesterone levels.
Utica Zoo receives x-ray equipment from Mohawk Valley Health Systems; increases care options for animals
Your Toronto Zoo is proud to be named as one of Canada’s Greenest Employers for 2021. Launched in 2007, this award recognizes employers with interesting environmental programs and Earth-friendly policies that actively involve their employees.
Largest Zebra Herd on Record in the Country Grows by One.
https://lite987.com/autistic-twins-receive-special-gift-after-sensory-overload-at-the-utica-zoo/ Parents with twin daughters who are autistic tried to visit the zoo; it didn't work so they were given day passes to try again another day. Mother posted on FB and it received 3,086 shares and over 2.3K reactions. The media picked it up
Dickerson Park Zoo, Springfield, MO, will present a virtual eagle program for the USS Constitution Museum in Boston on Monday, April 19.
Your Toronto Zoo is excited to announce that female Amur tiger Mazyria, affectionately known to Zoo staff and volunteers as “Mazy”, is believed to be pregnant. Hormone levels suggest that she is in the final stages of pregnancy; however, there is still the possibility that this is a pseudopregnancy (all of the signs of pregnancy, but without any babies). Mazyria, born at Granby Zoo in 2007, was introduced to male tiger Vasili, born at Calgary Zoo in 2012, this past January. Hormone monitoring confirmed they successfully bred January 17 and 18. Amur tiger pregnancies can range from 93 to 112 days in length, making it difficult to pinpoint a due date.
Your Toronto Zoo is thrilled to announce two baby Madagascar spider tortoises have successfully hatched. After an extensively monitored incubation period, these are only the second and third hatchings of the species at the Toronto Zoo, the first being in 2020.
Oklahoma City Zoo’s expert staff and its Asian elephants contribute to new research in Animal Cognition that shows how this species can differentiate quantity by sound.
Bozo the spider monkey, and a favorite of Dickerson Park Zoo staff and guests, died March 25, at the estimated age of 55.
The Los Angeles Zoo is deeply saddened to announce the death of 12-year-old female Masai giraffe, Hasina, and her full-term stillborn calf. Based on the abnormal breech position of the giraffe calf, a natural delivery was not considered possible, and the Animal Health team made the decision to proceed with an anesthetized exam to remove the calf manually. The calf was successfully removed, and Hasina recovered from anesthesia and was doing well, but unfortunately, she passed away last night.
The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee announces the passing of Asian elephant, Shirley, age 72.
After closing its gates on Dec. 7, 2020 due to the statewide regional Stay at Home Order, the Los Angeles Zoo is ready to safely reopen to the public and GLAZA members on Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2021. The Zoo will continue to provide a safe, modified experience for its guests that conforms to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health’s safety protocols for zoos that includes limited capacity, timed-ticketed entry, closure of indoor and high-touch spaces, requirement of face coverings, and supplemental signage throughout the Zoo.
This Valentine’s Day, the Sophia M. Sachs Butterfly House is providing a unique gift opportunity with their brand-new cockroach dedications. The Butterfly House is using the promotion as an opportunity to educate the public about roaches. Despite a bad reputation, roaches have many positive attributes.
The first-ever panda to be born on Korean soil has made her public debut, leaving the special home she was raised in away from the public eye for the first time.
Allen Monroe, President/CEO of The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens, has been recognized as one of the “Top 20 Dynamic CEOs of 2020” by The CEO Publication
Delaware Public Media reporter observes adaptations at the Brandywine Zoo in Wilmington, Delaware.
Mississippi Aquatic Institutions Selected to Treat Rescued Endangered Sea Turtles
Mississippi Aquarium and IMMS Collaborate with NOAA
Due to the popularity of Zoo Lights presented by FPL SolarNow, Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society is requiring time-specific entry to the illuminated holiday celebration.
Wildlife Safari is offering virtual field trips and lessons about its many animals through Zoomfaris, which can be tailored to line up with the lessons students are learning in the classroom.
Mississippi Aquarium welcomes home four bottle nose dolphins home.
Your Toronto Zoo’s Reproductive Sciences team has been working on optimizing embryo transfer techniques in wood bison along with our collaborators at the University of Saskatchewan.
Madagascar Lemur Habitat with mixed species opened at Brandywine Zoo, Wilmington, Delaware on November 19, 2020
Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society announces return of Zoo Lights.
Our five year old polar bear got a promotion in the Canadian Army and is now considered an Honorary Master Corporal.
Mississippi Aquarium Veterinary Team along with industry colleagues perform novel spinal surgery on sand tiger shark.
Baby white-handed gibbon and otter pups at the SF Teaching Zoo.
Palm Beach Zoo's animal family has grown by one tiny new life. On October 8, Luna a 12 year old squirrel monkey gave birth to a healthy baby.
It’s a baby rhino! The Zoo welcomes new calf to its animal family as part of collaborative breeding program for Indian rhino.
Three cheetah cubs were born October 1, 2020, at Dickerson Park Zoo in Springfield, MO. The cubs were delivered by C-section.
Palm Beach Zoo Celebrates fall with new attraction openings, and Boo 2020.
Safari West closed down operations on Monday September 28th as the Glass fire incident exploded in Sonoma County. As of today, Monday, October 5th, containment on the fire has reached a point where we feel secure reopening.
Safari West Closed due to Glass Wildfire Incident
When Joanie the Wattled Curassow showed signs of feeling unwell, National Aviary veterinarians designed a customized treatment plan to help her recover
We aren't just focused on conserving animal species, but we are tackling conservation of endangered plant species as well!
The Toronto Zoo is fighting the fight to protect species from facing extinction.
Winners selected for the second annual non-juried photo contest
Three Mountain Emerald Dragonflies have reached adulthood in human care, a first for the species. Dragonfly breeding is one of Butterfly Pavilion’s many global programs advancing invertebrate conservation.
Banner, an endangered Green Sea Turtle was found off the coast of Florida with significant injuries from a boat strike. After four years in rehab at The Florida Aquarium, Banner is now home at Mississippi Aquarium in Gulfport, MS.
We are releasing our shrikes into the wild.
OKC Zoo celebrates World Elephant Day, Aug. 12, with a BIG announcement – Asian elephant, Asha, is expecting a calf in February 2022!
For many businesses, the coronavirus pandemic has created a coin shortage. All the sheltering at home put a crimp in the normal circulation of pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters, and now some retailers are asking customers to pay with exact change.
But a lack of coins is no problem at the North Carolina Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores.
Kids age 13 and under are FREE all month long!
The Los Angeles Zoo is sad to announce the death of our African lion pair, Hubert and Kalisa.
Animal care and health staff made the difficult decision to humanely euthanize the 21-year-old
companions on Thursday, July 30 due to their declining health and age-related illnesses that
diminished their quality of life. The beloved pair resided at the L.A. Zoo for the past six years.
Dickerson Park Zoo in Springfield, MO, has added Dr. Stephanie Zec as the resident veterinarian.
The Aquarium of the Pacific has announced the appointment of Dr. Peter Kareiva as its new president and CEO beginning on August 1, 2020. Current President and CEO Dr. Jerry R. Schubel will retire from the Aquarium on July 31, 2020.
Nice feature story about how animal care teams operated during closure and now during pandemic at OdySea Aquarium
Celebrate Sharks at OdySea Aquariums Jawsome July!!
Atlantis, The Palm Ramps Up Its Conservation Efforts By Hosting A Series Of Interactive Experiences For Shark Week
We are celebrating the success of our breeding programs!
A Sneak Peek of the NEW Rio Tinto Kennecott Plaza Opens to Aquarium Guests
The Los Angeles Zoo is excited to announce the birth of four energetic meerkat pups, born on May 30, bringing the group’s total to eight meerkats in their mob. Conceived during the Zoo’s closure, the currently unsexed pups spent the first two weeks of their lives tucked safely inside an underground burrow with their mother while they nursed. According to animal care staff, the pups have recently emerged from below and are starting to explore their habitat and soak in the warm sun.
John Ball Zoo is happy to announce the birth of red panda triplets. The triplet cubs were born June 25, 2020 to parents Wyatt and Wasabi.
Keel-billed toucan chick hatches at Loveland Living Planet Aquarium
We release our annual count of blanding turtles into Rouge National Urban Park to restore the wild population.
It’s World Giraffe Day and Your Toronto Zoo is excited to announce that #BabyLongLegs has a name! With over 20,000 people voting in the “Help Us Name #BabyLongLegs" promotion, one name has emerged as your favourite. Introducing, Amani Innis Dagg! Amani, meaning Peace in Swahili was chosen through online voting from a list of eight preselected names. Amani has also been given the esteemed last name of Innis Dagg to honour Canadian Zoologist, Anne Innis Dagg. Dagg is a pioneer in the study of animal behaviour in the wild, and is credited with being the first to study wild giraffes and making significant contributions to research in the field. She has been appointed a Member of the Order of Canada and a documentary titled The Woman Who Loves Giraffes was made about her, which retraces her original steps back to Africa where her trail-blazing journey began more than 50 years ago.
This paper will inform future work on successfully growing California grunion from hatchlings to mature adult fish. Techniques presented in this paper may also be applied to fish related to grunion including some fish in the aquaculture industry.
The Safari West Wildlife Preserve is pleased to announce that it will be reopening for safari excursions, a variety of behind the scenes adventures, and dining by reservation on Saturday, June 20th.
In a time where we can feel dispirited and uncertain, conservation continues. This week brings a little ray of sunshine to the Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo to brighten our spirits.
Toronto Zoo needs YOUR help to give our female Masai giraffe calf #BabyLongLegs a name!
The Sophia M. Sachs Butterfly House in Chesterfield plans to reopen to the public on June 16.
The return of an endangered penguin to her home at the National Aviary following a long illness was a success story months in the making
Palm Beach Zoo announces reopening dates for members and general public.
Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society announces the birth of three Malayan tiger cubs.
As part of Florida’s Phase 1 reopening of the state, following federal and local guidelines, the Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens will be reopening to the public on Wednesday, May 13, 2020 at 10 AM.
A new scientific study authored by Saint Louis Zoo researchers concludes that immersive, naturalistic exhibits in zoos can elicit positive changes in physiological and psychological measures of health and well-being of visitors. The study titled “Changes in human health parameters associated with an immersive exhibit experience at a zoological institution" was published on Friday, April 17, 2020, in the journal PLOS ONE.
In a short video, EPZ's reveals the gender of the zoo's baby white-faced saki monkey
Seattle Aquarium launches virtual events with new themes weekly
New distance learning platform will reach educators, families around the country
We are trying to engage people going through the COVID-19 lockdown.
During the coronavirus closure, Safari West caretakers persevere.
We’ve looked to our animals for some tips to share on getting through COVID-19 and here’s what we think they’re trying to teach us.
The Utica Zoo has launched their digital education program for kids entitled "Uti-kaZoo: Kid's Academy" featuring educational videos, activities, and crafts.
The Hutchinson Zoo announced it was closing at 4:45 p.m. Friday, until further notice due, to the CDC and Reno County Health Department recommendations regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19).
The Florida Aquarium’s Animal Response Team, supported by Florida Blue, offers a story of inspiration and hope in the wake of the ever-evolving situation around COVID-19. “Titan and Starbird,” two threatened loggerhead sea turtles, were released on the pristine sands of the Atlantic Ocean at Mary McLeod Bethune Beach Park in the city of New Smyrna Beach.
To help protect the public amid COVID-19 concerns, Dickerson Park Zoo will close March 19.
OKC Zoo @ Two digital series presents Zoo experiences daily at 2 p.m. CT starting Thursday, March 19
Tampa, Fla. – This past weekend the Florida Aquarium made the difficult decision of temporarily closing to the public in support of community efforts to limit the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). During the closure, the Aquarium is launching its first ever SEA-SPAN Facebook Live to keep kids learning and adults entertained during these difficult times.
Our press release stating our closure
Utica Zoo in Utica, NY has temporarily closed until further notice due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak.
The Cabrillo Marine Aquarium released 180 critically endangered giant sea bass in Southern California on March 4, 2020. As part of a collaborative project with the Aquarium of the Pacific and Cal State University Northridge, Cabrillo Marine Aquarium successfully raised 600 giant sea bass. Another 200 fish will be released next week with the hope of ushering in a new generation of this endangered species.
We partner up with nuclear waste management to fight for conservation of native bats.
We partner with local university to promote business technology!
We release many PRCs into the wild
Our owl guesses who is going to win the Superbowl
Continuing with their mission to inspire our community to be actively engaged in the conservation of wildlife and our natural environment, John Ball Zoo has announced that beginning this season they will no longer have plastic beverage bottles in the Zoo.
Lou Perrotti, director of conservation programs at Roger Williams Park Zoo prepares citizen scientists to listen for frog calls.
Visit Butterfly Pavilion all year to celebrate 25 years of conservation with events, exhibits and more!
Boston Herald published a story about all the fun to be had when you visit our Zoo in the wintertime!
Indian rhino calf due this fall – Oklahoma City Zoo is committed to conserving this rare species
Dr. Kathleen Woodie joins Palm Beach Zoo as Director of Animal Care.
Western lowland gorillas Kelly, 32, and first-time mother N’djia (en-JEE-uh), 25, had their first baby together on Jan. 18, 2020. After three weeks of bonding and clinging tightly to her mother, L.A. Zoo animal care staff were finally able to confirm the baby’s sex as female. The Zoo feels very fortunate as the pregnancy and birth went extremely well, and the result led to a historic moment for the Los Angeles community as it is the first birth of a gorilla baby at the L.A. Zoo in over 20 years.
Warm weather and the OKC Zoo’s Connect with Wildlife Challenge - guests disconnected with their phones to reconnect with wildlife!
Since 2018 SeaWorld Parks in Orlando, San Diego and San Antonio have been working on an exciting project to bring more diverse and enriching environments to the park’s habitats. The Dynamic Habitat Initiative (DHI) is a fresh way of thinking about zoo and aquarium environments, with multiple species of animals living together including marine mammals, birds, sharks, rays, invertebrates and fish.
For the first time in nearly ten years, the zoo welcomes 5 Asian small-clawed otter pups.
KultureCity has partnered with the SF Teaching Zoo to improve the zoo's ability to assist and accommodate guests with sensory needs.
The Los Angeles Zoo’s Campo Gorilla Reserve has a new resident – a brand-new baby! The L.A. Zoo is excited to announce that 25-year-old female critically endangered western lowland gorilla N’djia gave birth to her first baby early Saturday morning – the first gorilla birth at the L.A. Zoo in over 20 years! N’djia and her baby, which has yet to be sexed, spent their first day together bonding behind-the-scenes.
GREATER LOS ANGELES ZOO ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES BEASTLY BALL GALA HONOREES FOR 2020: DR. BARBARA NATTERSON-HOROWITZ AND KATHRYN BOWERS; AND THE KRATT BROTHERS, CHRIS AND MARTIN KRATT
This June, Four Dedicated Animal-Welfare Heroes Will Receive Top Honors
At Annual Zoo Fundraising Event in Los Angeles, California
Tampa, Fla. – The Florida Aquarium announced today that Dr. Debborah Luke, an internationally recognized leader with over 25 years of marine and environmental conservation leadership experience, has joined its executive team as Senior Vice President of Conservation. In this role, Debi will be expanding the Aquarium’s dedication to understanding and conserving aquatic species and ecosystems.
The Buttonwood Park Zoo has a lot to celebrate this holiday season – including the birth of bearded emperor tamarin twins!
For the first time in the 100 year history of Potter Park Zoo, a black rhino calf has been born at the zoo.
The new facility will host weddings, events, and education programs beginning fall 2020
The African penguin colony at Lincoln Park Zoo’s Robert and Mayari Pritzker Penguin Cove recently grew by one! An endangered African penguin chick hatched November 26.
The Barrens Topminnow is facing a “one, two punch” in its fight for survival, as the National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium joins its corner to go the distance in a hopeful comeback.
The Little Rock Zoo proudly announces birth of a female baby gibbon born on October 31, 2019. The third birth to both mother and father.
Male, J.D., 7 months old, and female, Rukai, 8 months old, are now on public view
The Wilds is celebrating the arrival of a female white rhinoceros calf, the second to be born at the conservation center in a little over a month.
Pepper Family Wildlife Center Construction Begins
Lilo and Stitch are the newest additions to the Zoo’s complement of South American wildlife
The Los Angeles Zoo welcomed its first Congo peafowl chick, a pheasant native to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, on Friday, Nov. 22, 2019.
The Maryland Zoo wants to add a dash, sprinkle and pinch of new names to the growing African penguin colony!
Two new babies at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium may be tiny, but they bring big hopes for one of the most endangered species on the planet.
Audubon continues its commitment to engaging and educating the community about the wonders of nature by renewing the Audubon Community Connect program in 2020. This ongoing initiative helps to grow accessibility to Audubon Zoo, Aquarium, Butterfly Garden and Insectarium, and Audubon Louisiana Nature Center for New Orleanians.
Reptiles and amphibians on the brink of extinction in Armenia are getting some critical assistance with the creation of the country’s first-ever conservation breeding center for these species — and the Saint Louis Zoo WildCare Institute was instrumental in its establishment.
Potter Park Zoological Society has been awarded a grant of $24,000 for operating support and $8,550 to complete a renovation for part of the zoo’s farmyard from the State of Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA).
In early December 2019, four staff members from Cheyenne Mountain Zoo will travel to the Andes Mountains of Ecuador for an important conservation expedition to help save critically endangered mountain tapirs (tay-purrs).
In recent weeks, the National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium has been awarded an overwhelming $255,000 by two area granting bodies.
The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium welcomed a polar bear cub born on Thanksgiving Day, November 28, to mother, Aurora, and father, Lee.
Make your holiday season extra beautiful and bright and discover some of the world’s most spectacular butterflies - Northern Birdwings! Typically, only found in the rainforests of Southeast Asia and Oceania, they’re taking flight in Butterfly Pavilion’s Wings of the Tropics exhibit for a limited time.
L.A. Zoo is Delighted to Announce That First-Time Mother N’djia is Expecting
A Baby This Holiday Season
In the midst of what has been called the planet’s sixth mass extinction, many scientists describe the rate of species loss on earth as having reached crisis levels.
Last night, Tracy Aviary and Young Living Essential Oils celebrated their partnership and accomplishment in bringing in $70,000 for a new Western Owl Conservation Project
We collaborate with local partners to get Blanding's Turtle hatchlings in.
A group of eleven juvenile whooping cranes were transferred to the White Lake Wetlands Conservation Area in Southwest Louisiana as part of an ongoing effort to protect the species from extinction.
Brevard Zoo has announced that long-term conservation partner Florida Wildlife Hospital & Sanctuary will be the recipient of a $5,000 grant to be awarded every year in perpetuity.
Team of Experts Work Collaboratively to Help Key Endangered Species
Woodland Park Zoo’s animal health team and local medical specialists will perform a medical exam this week on Amanda, a 49-year-old female gorilla.
Tampa, Fla. – The Florida Aquarium’s Board of Directors today unanimously approved Kimberly A. Bruce, as the organization’s new Board Chair at its annual meeting.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in collaboration with the Aquarium of the Pacific, the UC Davis Bodega Marine Laboratory, the Bay Foundation, Paua Marine Research Group, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) and various other partners have been working together to help save the white abalone from extinction.
Western lowland gorilla Kimani will soon move to her new home where it is hoped that she will be successful in starting her own family.
Since July, the newborn Red Panda cubs have been seen by millions of people online, visited by thousands on International Red Panda Day, and the wholesome social media content everyone has needed. Now is the time for the community to get their chance to voice their opinions and help name the cubs!
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore is excited to announce the hatching of two African penguin chicks – the first to hatch during the 2019-2020 breeding season at Penguin Coast. The chicks hatched in late October.
The NEW Zoo & Adventure Park is excited to announce the arrival of Nigel, our new nine-year-old male reticulated giraffe.
After being rescued as orphans off the coast of Florida in early 2018, manatees Carmen and Heavy Falcon have completed their rehabilitation at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium and began their journey back to Florida late Monday night.
18 Alberta fishers were relocated from northern Alberta to the Northern Cascades in Washington State this month.
Monty arrived at the Calgary Zoo as an unhatched egg from Montana and joined the zoo team at the Snyder-Wilson Family Greater Sage-Grouse Pavilion in spring 2019.
The Sedgwick County Zoo has announced a new brand identity as part of the ongoing implementation of the Zoo’s Strategic Master Plan.
The Los Angeles Zoo is happy to announce the birth of a female Masai giraffe calf born on Saturday, Oct. 5, 2019 to mother, Hasina, and father, Phillip. The currently unnamed calf weighed in at 138 pounds and stands at 6-foot-6. This will be the 11-year-old mother’s fifth calf and the 7-year-old father’s sixth calf. Hasina and Phillip were paired together through a Species Survival Plan (SSP) program that breeds Masai giraffes in order to ensure the survival of a species that is endangered in the wild.
Halloween Month Brings New Interactive Activities, Animal Feedings, Kids Shows, Autumn Photo Ops, Trick-or-Treating and Other Festive Fall Fun at the L.A. Zoo, Every Weekend in October
Toronto Zoo reproductive biologist wins an award!!!
Four giant river otter pups made their much-anticipated public debut Saturday at the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens. The pups were born to 7-year-old mother Sarave and 11-year-old father Buddy, who was born in Guyana and rescued as an orphan. Buddy is blind and the most genetically-valuable giant river otter in the Species Survival Plan (SSP), which makes these first offspring of his such a huge success for conservation.
Last month, John Ball Zoo reached out to Spectrum Health for an unusual patient - our chimpanzee, Susie. Susie, a 32-year-old chimp, developed a mysterious lump on the back of her right hand that needed looking into. Our zoo veterinarian, Dr. Ryan, cares for roughly 2,000 animals at John Ball Zoo - which involves 210 different species. “When you’re practicing zoo medicine, you are the ultimate generalist,” he said. “Our expertise comes in caring for so many different species. Partnering with specialists can give us their focal knowledge when we need it. By working together, we can provide the best care possible for all our patients.” Since chimpanzees and humans share very similar anatomy, we asked Dr. Jebson, a hand-surgeon at Spectrum Health, if he would come take a look.
Mote Marine Laboratory is bringing its long history of shark expertise to a new consortium studying highly migratory species, thanks to new federal funding. Dr. Robert Hueter, Director of Mote's Center for Shark Research, will be leading the shark research at Mote.
BALTIMORE, MD – Some of the primates at The Maryland Zoo will soon be seen monkeying around overhead thanks to the addition of the new Colobus Trail.
Three representatives of the rarest snake species in the United States were released into the wild thanks to partners from around the country. Three Louisiana pine snakes were released by Audubon Zoo and the United States Forestry Service (USFS) in the Kisatchie National Forest on September 19, 2019.
Hatched at the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens in 2017 and then transferred to Audubon Zoo in 2018 for head-starting, or rearing to larger sizes that would be less vulnerable to predation prior to their release, these three individuals play a critical role in the recovery of this disappearing species. With around 200 individuals estimated to be left in the wild, Louisiana pine snakes (Pituophis ruthveni) are classified as endangered by the IUCN. Audubon Zoo's release follows the release of an additional 22 Louisiana pine snakes earlier this month that were hatched at Memphis Zoo and Fort Worth Zoo.
The Calgary Zoo team announced today that they’re hopeful 8-year old Masai giraffe “Emara” will become a mother for the first time by overcoming pregnancy challenges she has faced in the past.
We were recognized by the AZA on our marketing campaign.
Loveland Living Planet Aquarium welcomed their 5 Millionth Guest in five and a half years.
The Calgary Zoo announced that its new male western lowland gorilla, “Jasiri”, has finished his 3-month quarantine and made his public debut in the TransAlta Rainforest.
Members of the media are invited to the Tulsa Zoo at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 17, to watch the baby Aldabra tortoise race and interview animal care staff. This pre-race is a celebration of the upcoming Ascension St. John ZooRun presented by CommunityCare, happening Saturday, Oct. 5, at the Tulsa Zoo.
• The Annual Monarch Migration Travels Through Colorado
• Celebrate World Monarch Day on Saturday, Sept. 21
• Special Monarch Magic Admission starts at $24 for 2
The National Aquarium is pleased to announce the promotion of Dr. Lori Westmoreland from Associate Veterinarian to Director of Animal Health and Welfare, effective immediately.
We are coordinating with Parks Canada
A Species Survival Plan Transfer Will Take Changbai to Another Zoo
Will use Michigan-made clean energy through DTE’s MIGreenPower
FIU, Zoo Miami and the Zoo Miami Foundation are teaming up to expand conservation research opportunities for undergraduate college students.
We are releasing our shrikes!
Three African lion cubs were born on August 16 through August 17 at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. Mother Naomi is doing well and is being very attentive to the cubs, who appear to be healthy. All are being monitored behind the scenes by the Zoo’s veterinary and Heart of Africa animal care teams.
A male Somali wild ass (Somali is pronounced so-MAH-lee) foal named Tobias (toh-BYE-us) was born at the Saint Louis Zoo on July 30 to mother Tukia (too-KEE-uh), who came to St. Louis from the San Diego Zoo Safari Park in 2005, and father Hirizi (her-EE-zee), who was born at the Saint Louis Zoo in 2013.
The Virginia Zoo welcomes three red panda cubs to mom, three-year-old Masu and dad, four-year-old Timur.
Is it a Girl or Boy?!
Utica Zoo is excited to announce the birth of two Red Panda cubs. The cubs were born in the early morning hours of July 6, 2019 at the Utica Zoo to Ming Yue (mother) and Muse (father).
Conservation research aims to improve survival rates of threatened Texas horned lizards reintroduced to the wild
We are helping Gopher frogs.
An endangered Grey Crowned-crane hatched at the National Aviary on July 27.
The Los Angeles Zoo is pleased to welcome the arrival of Dr. Jake Owens as the new Director of Conservation – the first position in the Zoo’s history dedicated solely towards wildlife conservation.
All life is connected in one of Earth’s most legendary wild places
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore is “fawning” over the newest animal addition – a baby blue duiker.
Fresh off completing the Plastic Free Ecochallenge in July, the Buttonwood Park Zoological Society has been selected as a beneficiary of the Shaw’s Community Bag Program for the month of August.
Chicks mark the first hatching of the vulnerable species for the zoo
World Elephant Day events, #TONSoflove social media campaign, Empire Slice House partnership and more announced
The Little Rock Zoo welcome a new female baby Northwest Bornean orangutan.
We are celebrating another great year with our marmot breeding!
three Canada lynx kittens born at the NEW Zoo in May are making their public debut!
Our red barn serves to be a breeding facility for endangered canadian animals.
We try to attempt some cool plant science.
San Diego Zoo Global is excited to announce a historic, successful birth of a southern white rhino calf at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park—the conservation organization’s first rhino born following hormone-induced ovulation and artificial insemination.
Latest Pledge Brings New Tiger Habitat Closer to Fruition
Doppsee’s Pregnancy: Updates From Potter Park Zoo’s Veterinarian
The world's oldest living Western Lowland Gorilla living in an AZA accredited zoo passes away. Trudy was one of the first two gorillas ever exhibited in the State of Arkansas.
New study provides groundbreaking insights into the evolution of lizards
Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens is excited to announce that the lion cubs will make their grand debut to the public on Wednesday, July 31st.
Veterinarians at the Sedgwick County Zoo recently partnered with Dr. Nathan Tofteland, assistant professor of gastroenterology at KU School of Medicine-Wichita, to perform an upper and lower gastrointestinal exam on Billy, a 28-year-old lowland gorilla.
Birth adds a crucial new member to the zoological population of a critically endangered species
The Calgary Zoo announced today that 5 Vancouver Island marmot pups have been born at the Devonian Wildlife Conservation Centre.
Since the Calgary Zoo became involved in the Vancouver Island marmot reintroduction breeding program in 1997, 131 marmot pups have been born at the Calgary Zoo and released into the wild. These 5 new born pups don’t have names yet: once they receive their vet checks in the fall, there will be a public naming contest.
Zoo Atlanta welcomes Msholo, an adult male African elephant from the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, to the Zambezi Elephant Center at the all-new African Savanna, opening on August 8, 2019.
Phoenix the bald eagle, Dickerson Park Zoo's most recognized education ambassador, turn 30.
The Zoo Welcomed Over 512,000 Guests For 2018-2019
Newport, Oregon—Bioblitzes held all along the Oregon Coast this summer saw a great turnout from both locals and coastal visitors alike. The Bioblitzes, aimed at surveying the organisms at each of Oregon’s five marine reserves, took place in early June and July and saw over fifty participants at each public event.
Potter Park Zoo has recently welcomed a new male red panda named “Doofah.”
Mystic Aquarium’s Gibbons in CA to Assist with Additional Rehab Efforts
Juvenile green sea turtles Don King and Kazoo will be returned to the Indian River Lagoon on the northeast side of the A. Max Brewer Bridge in Titusville tomorrow at 10 a.m.
The Buttonwood Park Zoo is now home to not one, but two, endangered red pandas.
The newest and tiniest member of The Maryland Zoo’s chimpanzee troop made her debut on Friday, July 19.
We have a new joey! Come see the Kangaroo Walk-Thru and try to spot the Joey.
Lee Richardson Zoo is very happy, and a bit astounded, to announce the birth of four red panda cubs.
The Oregon Coast Aquarium rehabilitated and released a giant Pacific octopus (Enteroctopus dofleini) that was caught in a crab trap back in March
Audubon Nature Institute launched its Community Connect program in January 2019 with the commitment to help grow accessibility to Audubon Zoo, Audubon Aquarium of the Americas, Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium, and Audubon Louisiana Nature Center for New Orleanians.
The Potter Park Zoo team is excited to announce that their newest resident is ready to make his debut.
The new, limited edition coffee, aptly named “Lion’s Roast”, is a single source coffee from Tanzania, which boasts the largest concentration of wild Lions in Africa.
The Oregon Coast Aquarium is excited to announce the installation of three new live cameras: The Shark Cam, the Seabird Cam, and the Otter Cam.
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore is thrilled to announce the birth of a female chimpanzee, born on Friday, July 5, 2019, to 29-year-old chimpanzee Bunny.
The Memphis Zoo recently led the release of 622 critically endangered dusky gopher frogs into the wild, the largest ever release of captive-bred individuals of this species.
A male California sea lion pup born on June 10 has a name—Charger and can now be seen at Brookfield Zoo’s Pinniped Point.
Potter Park Zoo recently shipped nearly 2,000 Puerto Rican crested toad tadpoles to be released in the wild in Puerto Rico, an essential step in securing a viable population of this critically endangered species.
The Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden welcomed 23,294 visitors on Sales Tax Appreciation Day (Free Day), Tuesday, July 9, 2019
Not only were we celebrating the birthdate of our country, we are also celebrating the birth of not one, not two, not three, not four, not five, but 6 new babies to 6 different moms, that have all arrived in the last 7 days!!
Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium is extremely honored to announce that Dr. Erinn Muller, Science Director of Mote’s Elizabeth Moore International Center for Coral Reef Research & Restoration and Manager for Mote’s Coral Health & Disease Research Program, has been awarded the prestigious Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE). This award is the highest honor bestowed by the U.S. government on outstanding scientists and engineers who are beginning their independent research careers and show exceptional promise for leadership in science and technology.
Msitu, a 10-year-old reticulated giraffe at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, welcomed her third calf into the world on Saturday, July 6 at 1:20 p.m. Mom and baby girl seem to be doing great.
A new, innovative, and effective cancer treatment is helping save the life of Potter Park Zoo’s five-year-old Alaskan moose, Meeko.
Brevard Zoo welcomed two rock hyrax pups on Wednesday, June 19 to mother Buffy and father Fangs.
The Calf is Already Reaching Important Milestones Like Swimming, Bonding and Nursing
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore announced that Donald P. Hutchinson will be stepping down from his role as President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) next year after twelve-and-a-half years with the organization.
The Tulsa Zoo will donate half of all full-priced admissions on the Fourth of July to the Disaster Relief Fund for Eastern Oklahoma.
Verret Now Serves as the First African American Female Zoo Director of an Association of Zoos & Aquariums (AZA) Accredited Institution
Birmingham Zoo is thrilled to announce the newest additions to our Zoo family, two young male African elephants. Ages 9 and 10, both bulls come to us from San Diego Zoo Safari Park, also accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA).
A California sea lion pup was born at Brookfield Zoo on June 10.
John Ball Zoo has announced a new leader to join its executive team.
John Ball Zoo welcomes Michael Lomonaco into a new role as its Chief Development and
Community Engagement Officer.
Rhino Training Important for Daily Care and Monitoring Pregnancy for Pregnant Black Rhino "Doppsee" at Potter Park Zoo
The Spider Monkey Habitat Ribbon Cutting
Takes Place Saturday, June 29 at 11:00 a.m.
We provided antivenom to save someones life.
Oklahoma Debut of Art to Save the Sea
Hundreds More Dakota Skippers Heading to Hole-in-the-Mountain Prairie
The Buttonwood Park Zoo is the 12th oldest zoo in the US and celebrating its 125th year !
Toronto Zoo's Blanding's turtles get released into Rouge National Urban Park.
Toronto Zoo announces a giraffe pregnancy!
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore is proud to announce the official opening of the newly renovated lion, giraffe and elephant habitats in the African Journey section of the Zoo.
Pollinator District is a first-of-its-kind initiative, linking natural resources, city and county government agencies, real estate development and non-profit conservation organizations. Baseline, a new community in Broomfield, Colo., will be the world’s first Pollinator District.
Two of the rarest (and littlest) of the big cats on earth are ready to make their debut at Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo!
On the heels of the first Grevy’s zebra foal birth since 1988, the Los Angeles Zoo welcomed a second healthy foal on April 24.
Bubbles and the smell of cotton candy filled the air at the Buttonwood Park Zoo on Friday, June 7 during the 13th annual DreamNight!
The Oregon Coast Aquarium admitted a juvenile brown pelican Thursday night that was found snared in a fishing hook and line. Civilians transferred the large bird to the Aquarium after finding it severely entangled and in distress at Devil’s Punchbowl State Park.
This summer, everyone will be able to discover the smartly designed and carefully planned space for our African lions.
Dr. Felicia Knightly, Senior Veterinarian at Memphis Zoo’s animal hospital, and her team work diligently to save an injured bald eagle.
See the elephants in their state-of-the-art new habitat when the African Savanna opens later this summer at Zoo Atlanta.
The Virginia Zoo staff, volunteers, donors and members christened the new “Run Wild! Nature Discovery Zone” during the Zoo’s annual Member Night.
Newest Critically Endangered Western Lowland Gorilla Arrival Born June 12
Animal care experts from the Sedgwick County Zoo delivered two critically endangered Mexican wolf pups to Arizona to be cross-fostered by a wild pack last month.
On June 8, an as-yet-unnamed wrinkled hornbill chick that hatched on April 12 emerged from its nest at Brevard Zoo.
Audubon Aquarium of the Americas announces an exciting addition open June 12, “Escape Extinction: Sharks” is an all-ages, family-friendly new interactive experience presented by Escape My Room. The mission is to save sharks from going extinct.
Woodland Park Zoo’s otterly adorable North American river otter pups officially have names! The two boys are named Tucker and Nooksack, and the two girls are named Piper and Tahu.
The Potter Park Zoo animal care team announced the recent birth of critically endangered cotton-top tamarins to parents Yuri and LG.
A rare Andean Condor chick hatched today at the National Aviary, and viewers around the world can now see the chick being cared for by its parents, Lianni and Lurch, via live-streaming web cam at https://www.aviary.org/condor-nest-cam.
The Virginia Zoo’s red river hog sounder, or group, is growing by two this summer. Mrembo and Tikiti, both females, joined the Zoo last month.
Rolling Hills Zoo’s new lion pride arrived from Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago the morning of June 5th. The pride, made up of a male and two females, along with Lincoln Park Zoo’s animal curator and keepers, left Chicago at 3 p.m. yesterday afternoon and drove through the night to arrive at Rolling Hills Zoo the next day.
Two male giraffe calves born earlier this year began interacting with the herd today (June 4, 2019) in their field exhibit at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, enthusiastically racing around and kicking up their heels.
Ali (pronounced Al-ee), a western lowland gorilla at Brookfield Zoo, turns one tomorrow, June 1, and animal care specialists celebrated her birthday a day early!
A couple of weeks ago, Woodland Park Zoo’s baby male giraffe, Hasani (huh-SAW-nee) got a new pair of custom shoes to treat congenital rear leg abnormalities. Because of significant improvements, the giraffe is now shoe-free.
Calf Born at Regenstein African Journey on May 19 is a Male; Continues to Surpass Milestones
The year 2019 marks Rolling Hills Zoo’s 20th Anniversary, a significant achievement in the Zoo’s lifetime. As with any special milestone, a year-long celebration is being planned which will include special events and activities, monthly specials and a 20th Anniversary Celebration on the anniversary of the Zoo’s official opening day, and a very special gallery show that takes the zoo’s guests back in time.
On Thursday May 30, 2019 from 1 PM to 6 PM, the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo will be participating in World Sea Lion and World Otter Day.
Birmingham Zoo’s 18 year old male African elephant Callee has moved into a breeding herd at his new home at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA).
Six-week-old cubs will be visible to guests in the coming weeks.
The NEW Zoo is in the final stages of arranging to bring in a male snow leopard from the Tulsa Zoo.
“Aubergine,” the pygmy hippopotamus that became a media star and visitor favorite at Zoo Miami when he was born on August 4th of last year, underwent critical surgery yesterday to repair a birth defect that had the potential of becoming a life-threatening condition.
The Los Angeles Zoo leads the charge in California condor conservation with the discovery of a successful breeding technique never before tried by any other Zoo. With only 500 California condors left in the world, the L.A. Zoo has spent the last 30 years refining the delicate process of breeding these birds, with the goal of releasing them back to their native habitat. The new, advanced approach of allowing the adult birds to foster more than one chick at a time has shown Zoo staff what the condors are capable of while also increasing the numbers of a critically-endangered species.
Outdoor Movie Night will take place outside on the front lawn of the invertebrate zoo in Westminster on June 21. Rice’s Honey® is a proud sponsor of the Butterfly Pavilion and its global PACE initiative to increase awareness of the importance of pollinators. Butterflies at Chatfield Farms opens tomorrow!
Como Park Zoo and Conservatory is excited to unveil a new exhibit called “Pollinators: All The Buzz” opening Friday, May 24th and continuing until Labor Day weekend.
New wing opening May 24, 2019, features interactive exhibitions, the state-of-the-art immersive Honda Pacific Visions Theater, an art gallery that transports visitors under the ocean, and live animal exhibits.
On Friday, May 24, 2019, the Buffalo Zoo will open to the public the newly renovated Donna M. Fernandes Amphibian and Reptile Center. The exhibit will feature over 40 amphibians and reptiles, including the Komodo dragon, the largest living lizard in the world and the Bushmaster snake, the longest venomous snake found in the Western hemisphere.
Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens is celebrating the birth of three African lion cubs. The first cub was born on May 13th and cubs two and three were born the next morning on May 14th to first time mother, 13-year-old Shani. This is the first time lion cubs have been born at Naples Zoo in over 30 years.
The Aquarium Provides a First Look at the Magellanic Chicks.
Three bat-eared fox kits were born at Brookfield Zoo on March 23. Following their birth the two females and one male, named Helen, Jane, and Edward, remained in their den for several weeks. Now, guests visiting their habitat at the Desert’s Edge exhibit can see the kits wrestling, playing, and running around together.
Animal care team welcomes first koala baby born at the Zoo
11-month-old pup travels 1,400 miles from California to her new home at OKC Zoo
$11.5 million outdoor expansion will open in 2021
Brevard Zoo has partnered with Denver-based Service Systems Associates (SSA) to manage the Zoo’s culinary offerings. The Flamingo Café has been transformed into Nourish 321, a stylish venue offering classic twists on old favorites.
On Wednesday, May 22, 2019, The Florida Aquarium’s Animal Response Team, supported by Florida Blue, will return four green sea turtles into the Atlantic Ocean at Wilbur-By-The-Sea in Volusia County.
Approximately 450 guests attended the Premiere, which celebrated the Aquarium’s first major expansion in its twenty-one-year history.
The Virginia Zoo welcomed a female Masai giraffe calf on May 20, 2019. At birth, the calf weighed 141 pounds, and stands almost six feet tall. This is the sixth giraffe to be born to mom, Imara and seventh for dad, Billy.
Msitu (muh-SEE’-too), a 10-year-old reticulated giraffe at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, is pregnant, according to various test results and experts. CMZoo veterinary staff and giraffe keepers believe she is likely to have a calf in the next two months.
The Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association’s (GLAZA) annual BEASTLY BALL attracted over 800 guests and raised nearly $1.2 million on Saturday, May 18, 2019.
With great pride, Audubon Zoo introduced their new lion pride to New Orleans today.
Guests visiting Brookfield Zoo will have the unique opportunity to see Snowflake, a 16-year-old albino American alligator. Measuring 7 feet long, Snowflake will make his home at The Swamp habitat through September before heading back south to Florida’s St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park, a facility accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums.
The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is gearing up for even more summer fun with the addition of new rides and attractions. This May, guests will be able to enjoy a journey back in time on the Dinosaur Island boat ride and get an adrenaline rush on two new rides in the Zoo’s Jungle Jack’s Landing area.
A juvenile trumpeter swan, hatched in May 2018 at The Maryland Zoo, was recently released in Iowa as part of a conservation program.
Canada's debut Washed Ashore Art to Save the Sea exhibit debut!
Just in time for Endangered Species Day, Zoo Atlanta celebrates the birth of a rare new arrival. An infant crowned lemur was born May 4, 2019, to parents Sava and Xonsu.
We help save species from extinction!
We have a special announcement, we are getting a state-of-the-art light show coming this winter!
Toronto Zoo has a new baby penguin!
We have a podcast about our zoo!
Our red river hogglets have names!
We have a name for our Zebra colt!
We have two hogglets!
We have a new baby Grevy's Zebra!
Our Indian Rhino celebrates his first birthday.
Big Sur, CA – On Tuesday, March 25, 2014, at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Standard time, four California condors will be released into the wild for the first time by Ventana Wildlife Society biologists.
Wildlife enthusiasts have three opportunities to explore the diverse Amazon Basin with renowned zoology and conservation experts on International Expeditions’ summer 2014 Amazon River cruises. Known for its focus on environmental education, IE departures will also be accompanied by two native naturalists and an expedition leader who all provide lectures and field interpretation during immersive daily excursions.
These Big Cats are in crisis, facing increased conservation issues each year as humans encroach further into their habitat. Speaker Zara McDonald, Founder and Director, of Felidae Conservation Fund and Bay Area Puma Project will highlight where in the Bay Area the pumas have been found, how they are being tracked, and why the human versus wildlife conflict has become a hot button topic in California. Ms. McDonald will captivate cat lovers with video clips that show viewers the similarities between Big Cat behaviors and those of domestic cats.
This is the fifth sloth born at the Ellen Trout Zoo to this set of parents. Young sloths are cared for by the dam (female) although sometimes they are observed on the sire (male). They have been observed to start eating small amounts solid food as early as three days old, picking up and consuming bits that the dam drops on herself while eating.
CARLSBAD -- With their little colony dwindling away -- there were just three of the original residents left -- the Prairie Dog Village at Living Desert Zoo and Gardens State Park was ready to receive the immigrants. There are 24 of the new rodents, and they arrived here in October, said Holly Payne, head curator at the Living Desert.
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