Family Fun August – Tigers

Where They Live: Tigers prefer the forests and some tall grass areas of southeast Asia and the Russian Far East . What They Eat: Tigers Read More

Thursday, July 26, 2018|Kids, Zoo News|

Saving Sawfish in Australia

The Minnesota Zoo connects people, animals and the natural world to save wildlife. One way we do that is through a special staff grant program, Read More

Thursday, June 28, 2018|Uncategorized|

Family Fun July – Emu

Dromaius novaehollandiae You can see emus at the Zoo’s summer Kangaroo Crossing exhibit opening this weekend!   Explore all things Australia with an Australia-themed birthday party, Read More

Wednesday, June 27, 2018|Kids, Zoo News|

Family Fun June – Kangaroos

Macropus rufus You can see red kangaroos at the Zoo’s summer Kangaroo Crossing exhibit opening May 27, 2017!   Explore all things Australia with an Australia-themed Read More

Thursday, May 31, 2018|Kids, Uncategorized, Zoo News|

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    The Minnesota Zoo’s Role in Helping One of the Most Endangered Birds on Earth

The Minnesota Zoo’s Role in Helping One of the Most Endangered Birds on Earth

What would have happened to the California Condor if no one stepped in to help? The population went from 27 birds in 1987 to 446 Read More

Thursday, May 31, 2018|Birds, Conservation, Zoo News|

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    Top 5 Ways to Have an Awesome “Aussie” Summer at the Zoo

Top 5 Ways to Have an Awesome “Aussie” Summer at the Zoo

Take your very own “Aussie” walkabout:Come visit Kangaroo Crossing and experience the outback. Roam the land with kangaroos, wallabies and emus. You’ll feel as if Read More

Thursday, May 31, 2018|happenings, Kangaroo Crossing, Zoo News|

National Pollinator Week (June 18-24)

Celebrate Dads AND pollinators starting Father’s Day weekend! In honor of National Pollinator Week (June 18-24), get your free, limited-supply Pollinator Seed Mix packet at Read More

Wednesday, May 30, 2018|Uncategorized|

Endangered Species Day is May 18th!

The Minnesota Zoo is home to 64 species of threatened and endangered animals – from the awe-inspiring Amur tiger to the thumbnail-sized Dakota skipper butterfly.  Read More

Wednesday, May 16, 2018|Conservation|