The Baird’s Tapir Survival Alliance, supported in part by Reid Park Zoo, collaborated with a dozen regional conservation organizations to create a video highlighting the initiative for Baird’s tapir conservation. You won’t want… more ›
While uncertain times can be frightening, it can also be an opportunity to slow down, explore new creative outlets, and connect with nature. Children often connect with nature through play, so providing crafts… more ›
Giant Anteater Conservation Program is Rehabilitating a New Anteater Baby Reid Park Zoo is a proud supporter of the Anteaters and Highways project, which is working to protect anteaters and their habitat throughout… more ›
Today our education team is Bringing the Zoo to You with facts about our king vultures! Our educators have been working hard to provide virtual chats and programs like this live to help… more ›
While many of us are familiar with honey bees and their hives, most people are unaware that the majority of bee species are solitary! The Sonoran Desert region in the southwestern United… more ›
Join citizen scientists like yourself for the International Monarch Monitoring Blitz, July 24 through August 1. This project will help establish how many monarchs make the annual migration south to spend the winter in… more ›
Today Lead Keeper Katie is Bringing the Zoo to You with information about western box turtles. Tucson has several species of turtles and tortoises that call our desert home, and Katie has the… more ›
Educator Sierra from our Volunteer Department is Bringing the Zoo to You today with a look at our cockroaches and the important role they play in keeping our ecosystems healthy!
Tips to Reduce your Plastic Use While Staying Safe During this trying time, the need to keep ourselves and our families safe is our top priority and it is hard to consider any… more ›
Brittany from the Zoo’s education team is Bringing the Zoo to You with a chat about our rheas! Check out today’s video to learn how to tell a rhea apart from an ostrich!