Rainforest of the Americas
The new Rainforest of the Americas exhibit immerses visitors in the theme, "everything has a home." Come see cotton-top tamarins play in the treetops and get up close with toucans, tapirs, and more as you stroll through the tropical rainforest. This exhibit is free to GLAZA members or with paid Zoo admission.
April 29 (Tuesday)
Meet our Sloth
For the first time in 20 years, a sloth lives at the L.A. Zoo! This two-year-old male comes to us from our friends at the Tulsa Zoo. "Hang out" with our Linne's two-toed sloth in the nursery during your next visit to the Zoo. In the meantime, check out our photos and video!
Join the SAFARI SOCIETY
At the heart of the Zoo is the SAFARI SOCIETY, a group of visionary individuals who provide resources vital to making this oasis of wildlife, education, conservation, and species preservation a living gift—one that enhances the world for current and future generations of people, plants, and animals. Participants are part of the “inner circle” of Zoo supporters who enjoy special access, as well as programs and activities, customized to meet their interests.
Muriel's Ranch, the contact area in the Winnick Family Children's Zoo, is home to several young Nigerian dwarf goats. This sweet-tempered species only reaches around two feet, and the adults weigh in between 20 and 50 pounds. These colorful and curious babies are a kid-friendly size and a must-see for the young and "young-at-heart!"
10 a.m. – 1 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Party for the Planet!
Every day is Earth Day for those of us who share the planet, but there's no reason not to celebrate the fact! Join the L.A. Zoo for two days of festivities. Celebrate local wildlife and explore the role it plays in the health of our planet. This event is free to GLAZA members or with paid Zoo admission.
April 26 (Saturday) and 27 (Sunday)
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Save the Date
The Beastly Ball is almost here! During the 44th annual Beastly Ball, enjoy all that the Zoo has to offer in delicious food, roaring entertainment, and, of course, our beloved animals. Celebrate the completion of the tenth and final exhibit of the Zoo’s Phase 1 Master Plan, Rainforest of the Americas.
June 14 (Saturday)