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!
Online voting contest to help choose names of the male and female red panda cubs
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.
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