Endangered Venezuelan Orinoco River Crocs Hatch At Zoo MiamiJust in time for Mother's Day, Zoo Miami is ecstatic to welcome its newest residents.
Largest Old World Vulture Hatches At Zoo MiamiFor the second time in Zoo Miami’s history, a Cinereous vulture has hatched and is being raised by its parents.
International Flamingo Day: Zoo Miami Committed To Conservation Of State's Iconic BirdMonday, April 26th is International Flamingo Day and when people think of South Florida, they think of flamingos!
Zoo Miami Helps Discover A Brand New Spider Species In MiamiLions and tigers and spiders? Oh my! Zoo Miami is already a fan favorite for animal and even reptile lovers and now Zoo Miami staff is being credited with discovering a brand new species of spider, and it’s a large spider too.
Zoo Miami’s Newest Baby Giraffe Makes Exhibit Debut As Another Is Born Behind The ScenesThe unnamed male calf, who was born on April 2, was joined by his 14-year-old mother Mia and other members of the herd.
Zoo Miami 'Profoundly Saddened' By Loss Of 'Majestic Cat' KashifaZoo Miami is mourning the loss of their 11-year-old lioness Kashifa.
Before There Was Zoo Miami, There Was Crandon Park ZooDo you remember the Crandon Park Zoo in Key Biscayne?
Rare Sumatran Tiger Born At Zoo MiamiZoo Miami has welcomed a new arrival - a female Sumatran tiger.
He's Usually The 'Giver' But Tables Are Turned On Zoo Miami's Ron Magill With Surprise Gift For Conservation EffortsZoo Miami Communications Director Ron Magill is not only a larger-than-life wildlife expert, he is also an tremendous wildlife conservationist who was surprised on Friday, two days before this birthday, with an amazing gift that will help to further his mission of saving animals.
Zoo Miami's New Director Wants To Take It To The Next Level, Bring Conservation Awareness To All County ParksWill Elgar, the new Director of Zoo Miami, is described as passionate about wildlife conservation.
Massive Anaconda Gets Physical Exam At Zoo MiamiHow do you give a massive snake a physical examination? Very carefully and with a lot of help.
Toshi, Oldest Eastern Black Rhino In North America, Dies At Zoo MiamiLess than two weeks after losing its beloved giraffe Pongo, Zoo Miami is mourning the loss of Toshi, a black rhino who had become one of the most beloved animals in the history of the zoo.
Zoo Miami Parking Lot Being Transformed Into COVID Vaccination SiteThe parking lot at Zoo Miami is being transformed into a large COVID vaccination site.
Pongo The Giraffe Euthanized At Zoo MiamiZoo Miami is mourning the loss of Pongo, a 12-year-old male giraffe, who was euthanized after suffering a foot fracture that could not be treated successfully, according to Zoo Miami Communications Director Ron Magill.
'Zoo Lights Miami' Returning To Zoo Miami In Late NovemberWith Halloween in the rear mirror, Zoo Miami’s winter holiday celebration, Zoo Lights Miami, is set to return this year.