Captured Monocled Cobra
After its capture, the monocled cobra from Thousand Oaks was brought to the Los Angeles Zoo for a health check. The L.A. Zoo does not have the antivenin for this specific species, so the snake was transported to the San Diego Zoo.
ADOPT an Animal
All animals in the Zoo’s collection are available to ADOPT, including this red-lored Amazon parrot! Funds from the ADOPT program help the Zoo participate in more than 40 international conservation programs.
Hispanic Heritage Celebration
Learn about animals of Central and South America, many of them rare and endangered, while celebrating the rich cultures of these regions.
Sept. 27 (Saturday) – Sept. 28 (Sunday)
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Calling all shutterbugs–Registration is now open for L.A. Zoo Photo Day 2014! Amateur and expert photographers alike may take advantage of limited-loan equipment from major manufacturers and enjoy a catered lunch, a t-shirt, and a full day of photography at the Zoo.
November 9 (Sunday)
7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Have a Rhino Encounter
Come meet Randa, our beloved Indian rhino, up close and personal! This priceless meeting is a family affordable $13 per person (does not include Zoo admission).
Get the iPhone App
Take our newest exhibit, the Rainforest of the Americas, home with you. Download the iPhone app and learn about the unique and endangered animals making their home here at the Los Angeles Zoo. Comes with a full Zoo map.