SAN DIEGO (Aug. 27, 2021) – A six-day-old female southern white rhino calf explored the Safari Park’s 60-acre African Savanna earlier this morning—running, playing and curiously getting close to Cape buffalo that share her habitat—all under the watchful eye of her protective mother.
SAN DIEGO (Aug. 26, 2021) – This year, San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance is celebrating kids in a big way during October’s Kids Free Month, by offering amazingly fun activities and experiences for the whole family at the nonprofit conservation organization’s two wildlife parks.
SAN DIEGO (Aug. 6, 2021) – San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance is proud to announce the birth of a southern tamandua (pronounced tuh MAN deh wah) pup at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. The female pup, yet to be named, was born July 21 to first-time tamandua parents, Cora and Fernando.
SAN DIEGO (July 23, 2021) – A male snow leopard at the San Diego Zoo is suspected to be positive for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. On Thursday, July 22, wildlife care specialists noticed that the snow leopard had a cough and nasal discharge.
SAN DIEGO (June 30, 2021) – Two children’s books published by San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance Press were honored with Gold Awards by the Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA), at their 33nd annual IBPA Benjamin Franklin Awards™ virtual “watch party” ceremony on May 11, 2021.
SAN DIEGO (June 6, 2021) – Three California condor chicks hatched at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park in March have been given names in the Kumeyaay language by members of the Kumeyaay bands of San Diego, including the San Pasqual Band, Campo Kumeyaay Band and San Ysabel Band of Kumeyaay.
SAN DIEGO (June 1, 2021) – San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance’s commitment to inspire people to become wildlife allies was emphasized this morning as San Diego Zoo officials and San Diego City Council President Pro Tem Stephen Whitburn unveiled two brand-new habitats.
SAN DIEGO – (May 28, 2021) This spring, San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance is engaging wildlife allies everywhere to help save species during the annual virtual Rendezvous In The Zoo (R·I·T·Z)—Bringing the World to You.
SAN DIEGO (May 14, 2021) – Wildlife care specialists at the San Diego Zoo welcomed the birth of a female golden takin last month, the first of this takin subspecies to be born in the Western Hemisphere. The female calf is named Mei Ling, meaning “beautiful antelope” in the Mandarin language.
SAN DIEGO (May 4, 2021) – San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance has more than 104 years of expertise building bold and innovative wildlife habitats, connecting Zoo and Safari Park guests to wildlife by immersing them in unique ecosystems, and inspiring them to become wildlife allies.