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Through Brevard Zoo’s Wildlife Emergency Fund, we were able to support two nonprofits working to help two bird species in urgent need.
Our Zoo is participating in an orchid conservation program, the Million Orchid Project! Look up in the trees in our Caribbean Trail, Wild Florida loop and Rainforest Revealed loop to see native Florida orchids!
This Endangered Species Day, we are taking a closer look at some of the threatened species that call Brevard Zoo home.
How do you weigh a giraffe? What do you feed a black howler monkey? You can ask these questions and more at two of our newest “chats” – Zoo Vet: Ask me Anything! and Zoo Chef: Eat Like an Animal.
You might spot a brace on one of our black-handed spider monkey’s feet occasionally. J is getting used to his new brace, which will hopefully correct his gait.
We are happy to share that our first-ever Florida grasshopper sparrow chicks have hatched at the Zoo.
Bringing lions to Brevard Zoo required the time, resources and cooperation of both our Zoo team as well as Naples Zoo, the facility that cared for the boys from birth. Read on to learn all about the work that went into bringing them to our Zoo.
Bringing in a new species, especially one as complex as lions, is not easy. Our Zoo staff worked hard to build a habitat that encouraged their natural behaviors while also keeping the lions and their animal care team safe.