Despite the ever-evolving challenges facing our Zoo and community, we’re continuing to aid wildlife in need by taking on the responsibility of hand-raising an orphaned Florida black bear cub. […]
Oysters are being used to help clean the Indian River Lagoon and Brevard Zoo Conservation Coordinator Olivia Escandell talks about the process and how oysters help, on Space Coast Daily TV.
Brevard Zoo is sending $1,000 each to five conservation organizations responding to the bushfire crisis that has devastated Australia.
Brevard Zoo’s new director of facilities is no stranger to the institution. Previously serving as the Zoo’s landscaping manager, Dane Dernier was appointed to the position in an interim capacity following the previous director’s departure in September 2019.
12 new faces waddled and swam their way into the Rainforest Revealed aviary. These residents included a mix of 10 male and female fulvous whistling ducks and two male yellow-spotted river turtles.
Members of the public have the opportunity to help name two of Brevard Zoo’s newest inhabitants—giant fish known as arapaimas.
Runners and walkers of all skill levels are encouraged to race through Brevard Zoo for a “Bear Bustle” on Saturday, February 8.
Quarters for Conservation (Q4C), the Zoo’s initiative that allows guests to “vote” on one of three conservation projects to receive funding, is changing in the new year.
Staff and volunteers at our Sea Turtle Healing Center are treating Finn, a juvenile green sea turtle found entangled in braided fishing line.
When it comes to animal wellness, Brevard Zoo is constantly looking for ways to keep improving by staying up to date with research and proven practices. One area that we are diving “hooves first” into is hoof-trimming.
On Thursday afternoon, Brevard Zoo’s Sea Turtle Healing Center returned patients Harley and Hope to the ocean in Vero Beach.
Fewer than 250 veterinarians in the world can call themselves diplomates of the American College of Zoological Medicine (ACZM), and Brevard Zoo is honored to now have two on our staff.
The holidays are coming early for sea turtles Harley and Hope, who will be returned to the ocean after stays at Brevard Zoo’s Sea Turtle Healing Center.
An eclectic team of Zoo employees met at a boat ramp in Port St. John yesterday to help an animal that they had never met.
Earlier this week 201 Brevard Zoo members and other animal lovers pitched in $12,815 for the Zoo’s Sea Turtle Healing Center, which exists to rehabilitate and release sick and injured sea turtles from Brevard County and beyond.
As residents of Brevard County, sea turtles are near and dear to all of our hearts, Brevard Zoo’s Sea Turtle Healing Center asks for you to donate on Zoo Giving Day on Dec. 3.
Joel Sartore has dedicated the past 25 years of his life to photographing every animal species in existence—an effort that has sent him all over the world.
As Brevard Zoo inches closer to the grand opening of Rainforest Revealed, they are happy to announce that a dozen fish representing three species have arrived and are already settling into their new, 5,300-gallon home.
Brevard Zoo has announced that long-term conservation partner Florida Wildlife Hospital & Sanctuary will be the recipient of a $5,000 grant to be awarded every year in perpetuity.