Category Archives: ZooHoo Blog
Dino fans UNITE! Giants of the Jurassic is here until Sept. 7 – if you haven’t been yet, we highly suggest you stop what you’re doing and get over here.
Make a point this summer to score BIG points with a nature journal! All you have to do is record your observations while spending time in nature.
While giraffe and ocelot babies have gotten a lot of attention at the Dallas Zoo this spring, our world-class bird department quietly has been notching success after success in breeding remarkable, threatened animals.
Did you know that oceans make up 71 percent of the Earth’s surface? Or that they’re home to nearly 250,000 known species – with as many as three times that number yet to be discovered and named?
I am so happy you are finally here! I am your big brother, Kopano. I have been waiting for you since my birthday in October!!
Armed with binoculars and clipboards, eight youth volunteers from the Dallas Zoo set out on a 12-hour birding expedition May 2, and observed an impressive 72 bird species in Dallas County.
Our weeklong and single-day camps run from June 15 to Aug. 15, so check out 10 reasons why your kids (ages 3 through high school) need to be here.
The Lacerte Family Children’s Zoo just got a little bit busier – and a whole lot cuter – with the arrival of Epona, a foal born May 19 to Gracie, our mixed-breed pony mare.
The kickoff of the Dallas Zoo’s third annual Safari Nights summer concert series, scheduled for TOMORROW NIGHT, May 30, has been postponed.
They may not be cute and cuddly to you, but to their keepers, these baby Samar cobras are as sweet as it gets.
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