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Bald eagles Crowbar and Kane

Meet Our Bald Eagles

This Save the Eagles Day, Jan. 10, we wanted to introduce you to the two bald eagles who call our Zoo home: Kane and Crowbar.

A bucket of clams

Brevard Zoo plants first 100 clam beds in Indian River Lagoon

The Indian River Lagoon now contains hundreds of thousands of filter-feeding clams, thanks to the efforts of Brevard Zoo’s Restore Our Shores (ROS) team and our partners!

Luis Carrillo

Amphibian Conservation Planner Partners with Brevard Zoo

Luis Carrillo has joined Brevard Zoo, bringing his knowledge and experience as a conservation planner, particularly with amphibians.

A Perdido Key beach mouse peeks out from a log.

Helping Endangered Beach Mice Meet their Match | Part 1

The Brevard Zoo is one of three Florida zoos that have taken on breeding the critically endangered Perdido Key beach mouse. Follow along as we work with our latest group of mice.

Cotton-top tamarin

An Update on Our Cotton-Top Tamarins

We are saddened to share that one of our cotton-top tamarin triplets has passed away.

Cotton-top tamarin

Conservation Success Story: Cotton-Top Tamarins Become First-Time Parents

Brevard Zoo’s cotton-top tamarins, Luna and Cricket, are now first-time parents to not one, not two, but three newborns!

Keeper Chelsea with rhino

Using Science to Breed Our Rhinos: First Steps

In order to support the population of southern white rhinoceroses, we’re turning to artificial insemination to breed this critical species.

Candy wrappers

Recycle Your Candy Wrappers at the Zoo

Go green this Halloween by putting your candy wrappers to good use!