Bird Nests: Small in Stature, Mighty in Worth Remarkably engineered through complex design and composed of a wide variety of nature’s best building tools (everything from mud and twigs to leaves and fur),… more ›
Have you ever noticed the pair of white-cheeked turacos in our Flight Connection aviary? These birds are native to northeastern Africa where they live in highland forests. They have a short crest of… more ›
This morning we invite you to relax, enjoy the weather, and preen your feathers. Our Flight Connection aviary is home to three of these vulnerable southern bald ibises who are native to southern… more ›
We are so happy to be open to the public, but will continue Bringing The Zoo To You online for those of you at home who haven’t been able to visit just yet.… more ›
The trumpeter hornbill chicks have fledged the nest! In early August three hornbill chicks left their log nest along with their mom, Nancy. This video shows the progression of Nancy and the chicks… more ›
There are two new residents at the Zoo! We recently welcomed a pair of European goldfinches to our Flight Connection aviary. Despite their name, these birds are native to Europe, Africa, and Asia.
Golden-breasted starlings have very bright, light-colored eyes that are sure to catch your attention! This unique eye color combined with their arched brows makes it look like they have some wild expressions!
Check out the new chick! Our pair of Bruce’s Green Pigeons recently hatched their new egg in our Flight Connection Aviary. The chick happened to hatch on the same day that its sibling… more ›
Two of the newer members of our South American aviary are a pair of silver-beaked tanagers. These birds are native to the Amazon and lay bright green-blue eggs with black-brown speckles. When the… more ›
Why do spoonbill’s bills have their signature shape? Roseate spoonbills are native to marshy areas with shallow, murky water. These birds dip their bills into the water and move them through the mud… more ›