Even as we’re doing what’s necessary to “flatten the curve” during this Covid-19 event, we can all take actions to support wildlife and sustainability for the good of the planet we all share. Green up your home by finding ways… read more →
Rare treefrogs are the latest success for the Zoo’s Celebrated Herpetology Staff The first babies of the New Year at the L.A. Zoo dropped in during the first week in January; approximately 24 fringe-limbed frog (Criuziohyla craspedopus) tadpoles hatched in… read more →
This article originally ran in the Summer 2017 issue of Zoo View, the award-winning quarterly publication of the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association. With mining for cell phone components driving gorillas to the brink of extinction, the species' survival may literally… read more →
To learn more about the amazing and misunderstood birds that are cared for at the Los Angeles Zoo, and our work to conserve their species, join us on Saturday, September 1, 2018 for International Vulture Awareness Day. A passion for… read more →
This blog post by Los Angeles Zoo animal keepers was originally published internally on February 3, 2016. To learn more about California condors and how we care for them, visit the L.A. Zoo on September 1, 2018 for International Vulture… read more →
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