You’re Invited to an Online Film Premiere!

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 ›

Anteaters & Highways Update: Meet Baby Sue

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 ›

Building a Bee House

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 ›

Plastic Free EcoChallenge Tips

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 ›

Eco Friendly Cup of Noodles

Are you participating in the Plastic Free EcoChallenge with us? Join our team (or log your progress for the day!) at https://plasticfree.ecochallenge.org/dashboards/teams/reid-park-zoo and then check out this eco friendly noodle cup recipe from… more ›

Join Us for the Plastic Free EcoChallenge

What a year it’s been! 2020 will bring lasting change to our daily lives as communities around the world look to the future and prioritize public safety and individual health. The challenges of… more ›

Provide for Pollinators!

Pollinators are important animals that have unique relationships with flowering plants. The flowers provide food in the form of sweet, sugary nectar and the pollinators transfer pollen between flowers so that they can… more ›

Protecting Our Feathered Friends

Picture a desert in your mind. What did you see? Often, the word “desert” conjures images of vast stretches of sand dunes or towering cacti — not flamingos, which can be found in… more ›