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.
We are entering our first-ever breeding season for the United States’ most endangered bird: the Florida grasshopper sparrow.
Let’s work together to save one of our country’s most endangered birds.