Category: Brevard Zoo

CENTRAL FLORIDA HUMANITARIAN: Brevard Zoo Cares Deeply About Mother Earth and Her Creatures

brevard zoo’s interest in conservation efforts extends well beyond the county line Brevard Zoo, the zoo that the community built, has always cared deeply about Mother Earth and her creatures, and the zoo’s interest in conservation […]

Brevard Zoo Thanks Their Dedicated Staffers During National Veterinary Technician Week

Kristi and Kaleigh come into work every day expecting something new. Will it be a blood draw on a rhino? A dental cleaning on a jaguar? An ultrasound on a sea turtle? Our vet techs wear lots of hats, and this National Veterinary Technician Week, we’re taking our hats off to them.

Cast Your Vote for Brevard Zoo’s Fall 2019 ‘Quarters for Conservation’ Projects

It’s time to fall into conservation, which means there are three new Quarters for Conservation (Q4C) projects for you to vote on. For the next three months, your vote will support a project of your choice: connecting elephant and giraffe populations, protecting the habitat of okapis or increasing the number of black rhinos.

Brevard Zoo’s Two-Year-Old Red Kangaroo ‘Bunji’ Receives Treatment From Staff to Repair Broken Bones

Bunji the two-year-old red kangaroo received some extra TLC following damage to his right forelimb. During the keepers’ daily morning check-in on July 6, it was apparent that Bunji had broken one or more of his bones. We’re not sure how he managed to sustain this injury.