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.
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.
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.
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