We’re so happy to share that we’ve welcomed our first two Perdido Key beach mice babies this year! The two male beach mice were born to mom, Malaika, and dad, Gifford. The pups are healthy and doing well!
The results of an oyster reef project built in 2022 by our Restore Our Shores team will guide how we move forward with restoration work using fewer man-made materials!
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!
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.
This International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we wanted to introduce you to a few of our Zoo team members and get their insights on their fields. Meet Olivia Escandell, our Conservation Manager.
This International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we wanted to introduce you to a few of our Zoo team members and get their insights on their fields. Meet Kelly Currier, our Conservation Coordinator.