Our second breeding season for the critically endangered Florida grasshopper sparrows has ended with incredible success!
This week, we’re putting the spotlight on the incredible animal care staff at Brevard Zoo. Read on to learn about our Conservation keeper team!
Our first Florida grasshopper sparrow chicks of the season have hatched to parents Peg and Eddie.
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.
Our first breeding season for the critically endangered Florida grasshopper sparrow has ended, and was wildly successful! A total of 47 birds were released or will be released into their natural range.
Five juvenile Florida grasshopper sparrows were sent into their natural range on June 22, contributing to the population of this critically endangered species.
This Endangered Species Day, we are taking a closer look at some of the threatened species that call Brevard Zoo home.
We are happy to share that our first-ever Florida grasshopper sparrow chicks have hatched at the Zoo.