We have been named the No. 3 zoo in North America by USA Today’s 10Best Readers’ Choice awards. Our kayaking experiences were also named the No. 7 zoo exhibit in North America by these awards!
Nearly two years into embarking on clam restoration in the Indian River Lagoon, our Restore Our Shores (ROS) team and their partners are using the lessons learned to guide future clam planting projects!
Our Zoo is expanding its educational offerings to college students!
We’re thrilled to share that rhinoceros Kibibi recently reached the goal of being artificially inseminated. While we can’t yet confirm that she’s pregnant, we are hopeful!
Our first sea turtle patient of 2023, Spicy Hawaiian, is set to go home to the ocean along with our 100th green sea turtle patient of 2022, Benjamin, at the Beach ‘N Boards Festival on Friday, March 10 at 4 p.m.
Through your support, our Wildlife Emergency Fund is able to help wildlife throughout the world. This fund was recently able to help two nonprofits address dire threats to the wildlife they serve.
Green sea turtle Stromboli arrived to our Sea Turtle Healing Center after having consumed a braided line fishing net. Read what our sea turtle and veterinary teams are doing to help this patient.
Animal care staff work with lion brothers Chobe, Ruaha and Karoo on special training every day to further their wellbeing.