Taking care of young critters may look like a fun-filled job, but lots of knowledge and hard work is needed to raise an animal from birth.
Found alone in Ocala National Forest, this Florida black bear cub is being hand-raised right here at the Zoo.
Joel Sartore of National Geographic Photo Ark stopped by to capture portraits of six species.
On Monday, we made the compassionate decision to euthanize our older female red wolf due to a decline in quality of life.
Learn about the past, present and future of Florida black bears—and how you can keep them safe by being “bear aware.”
She’s (almost) ready to meet you!
A lot of science went into designing the perfect home for rescued bears.
For this year’s #GivingZOOday, all donations will go toward enrichment items for our Florida black bear. You’ll be able to see these items in action when the bear habitat opens in early 2019!