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The Dallas Zoo’s annual We ❤️️ Wildlife event celebrated a different kind of love. Members and guests showed their appreciation for animals, keepers, and conservationists with valentines created at stations across the Zoo.
At the Dallas Zoo, we take pride in doing our part in protect the natural world, and thought it only appropriate to take some time to show our appreciation for the third rock from the sun.
In a unique partnership that brought music and science alive for students, the Zoo and DSO developed a new program that melded animals and music, two things kids love but may never have imagined overlapping.
Nest-building is a true art form. Every bird species has its own unique building technique, and every nest varies in size, design and composition.
It may not be the Starship Enterprise, but the Lacerte Family Children’s Zoo is the perfect home for the newest animal additions: Captain and Kirk. These two miniature Texas longhorns are settling in nicely to their home and guests couldn’t be happier.
No strategy to save animals is complete without a focus on habitat loss, and the work to restore it. Earlier this month, our Wild Earth Action Team traveled to the Big Thicket National Preserve to plant 10,000 trees across 300 acres of land.
In 2016, Dallas Zoo AAZK Chapter members bowled and sailed to raise thousands of dollars for conservation groups around the world, in addition to sending zookeepers away for professional development, and more.
Tulum has made a remarkable transformation. Thanks to very patient bird keepers and a specialized training plan, this previously skittish bird is now greeting and educating guests on the arm of a keeper.
Being a zookeeper at the Dallas Zoo is a dream career for many, but it’s more involved than you may think. To give you the inside scoop, we’ve debunked eight myths about zookeepers.
From counting Humboldt penguins along the Peruvian coast, to identifying elements using light spectrums, Teen Science Café at the Dallas Zoo is getting teens involved and excited about science in a super-cool way!
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