A sensory pathway is a tool that incorporates different sensory components, such as touch and movement. Ours encourages visitors to jump and wiggle, and even boasts some pretty cool stingray facts. Complete with ridged seashells, smooth tiles and bumpy stones, anyone can satisfy their tactile desires at this station.
This week, we’re putting the spotlight on the incredible animal care staff at Brevard Zoo. Read on to learn about our Animal Ambassador team!
Formerly known as the Wildlife Detective Training Academy, this space has undergone a transformation and is now the Wildlife Discovery Hub!
It’s been about 5 months since we welcomed our newest Barnyard residents, Cindy Pawford and Sarah Jessica Barker the bloodhounds! We’d love to share a little update on how our two 7-month-old pups are doing.
Feeding a stingray takes a little more effort than leaving food out or sprinkling it into our Indian River Lagoon aquarium!
Our five hens – CJ, Jemima Puddleduck, Mrs. Tiggywinkle, Kitty in Boots, and Roly Poly Pudding – live in the Barnyard area of Paws On.
Have you ever wondered how fish undergo surgery? One of our pinfish needed to have their eye removed recently.
We are saddened to share that the tough, but compassionate decision was made to euthanize our longtime Barnyard resident Rosita the alpaca after her quality of life recently took a significant downturn.