Deborah and Ajabu, our klipspringer pair, have welcomed their seventh offspring at our Zoo! The young male klipspringer is now doing well, but this baby’s first few days started off on unsure footing.
We’re ecstatic to announce that our cotton-top tamarin matriarch, Luna, gave birth to two babies in early January. Read more to learn how the troop is adjusting to this exciting change.
We’re squealing with excitement! Our North Sulawesi babirusa, Piggy, has given birth to twins.
Bongo Denver gave birth to her first calf on December 28. The female calf is healthy and weighs in at about 43 pounds.
This fall, Brevard Zoo was delighted to welcome a baby impala born to mom Imara. However, our joy quickly turned to concern when our animal care team noticed that Imara had rejected the baby and wouldn’t allow her to nurse. Learn how keepers acted quickly to keep the new calf healthy and thriving.
Our black howler monkey troop recently welcomed a new bundle of joy: Baya the howler gave birth on November 29!
In another win for a critically endangered species, our female Eastern bongo Clover gave birth to another calf on August 25!
We’ve started providing temporary medical and nutritional care to Florida black bear cubs in need in an effort to help them on their rehabilitation journey with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.