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City Rabbits and Suburban Turkeys

This past March, we announced a new collaboration between the Minnesota Zoo’s BioDiscovery Project and the Lincoln Park Zoo’s Urban Wildlife Institute. Katie Talbott, Coordinator for the BioDiscovery Project, has an update on their trail camera project!

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Waking Up Some Real “Sleeping Beauties”

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Did you know that the Minnesota Zoo’s Conservation Department is working hard behind the scenes to help save some of Minnesota’s (and the world’s!) most endangered butterflies?   Partnering with many agencies, our Prairie Butterfly Conservation Program has recently been focusing our attention on […]

Urban vs. Suburban – Comparing Wildlife on Zoo-Site

The Minnesota Zoo’s BioDiscovery Project is partnering with the Lincoln Park Zoo’s Urban Wildlife Institute to compare their wildlife findings on each zoo’s site. Our BioDiscovery Project Coordinator, Katie Talbott, is excited to announce this partnership and get you all involved as well!

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Introducing the Minnesota Zoo BioDiscovery Project

The Minnesota Zoo opens our eyes to the amazing diversity of life on this planet by offering a chance to learn about and see animals from around the world. But did you know there are lots of animals at the Zoo who don’t live in enclosures? Approximately 280 acres of the Zoo site is […]

Monday, December 16, 2013|Conservation|