Angela Shaw has been a volunteer at the Zoo since 2015, working with the Sea Turtle Healing Center team to help rehabilitate sick and injured sea turtles.
Christy Ihlo has joined the Brevard Zoo team as its new conservation coordinator. Ihlo will oversee the Women of the Wild (WOW) program while also playing a role in the expansion of the Zoo’s international conservation efforts.
Brevard Zoo’s Party for the Planet, an Earth Day celebration scheduled for Saturday, April 20 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., will be “more fun and impactful than ever” thanks to a grant from the Disney Conservation Fund (DCF).
Due to deteriorating quality of life caused by cancer, Brevard Zoo made the compassionate decision to euthanize Oakley the white-tailed deer on Tuesday afternoon.
Although Brevard Zoo appreciates their volunteers everyday, April 7–13 is National Volunteer Appreciation Week, so we’ve decided to highlight just how much their volunteers contribute to the Zoo and its missions.
When the Brevard Zoo announced they were building a home for rescued bears last fall, the excitement in the community was palpable. More than a year of planning and construction has finally paid off, and they are happy to say that their first bear is now ready to “meet” you!
Brevard Zoo guests are invited to “Spring into Action” at the Zoo’s annual Party for the Planet on Saturday, April 20 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
U.S. News & World Report has released its list of the country’s 30 best zoos and Brevard Zoo is one of them. Author Kyle McCarthy praised the Zoo’s one-of-a-kind adventures, such as kayak tours and zip lining; educational offerings and easy-to-navigate layout.
Brevard Zoo is excited to announce their first new Rainforest Revealed inhabitant has arrived: Calypso the capybara!
Just two weeks ago, the Sea Turtle Healing Center admitted 13 green sea turtles over the course of a weekend; since then, we’ve been hard at work taking in even more patients.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission signed off on multiple changes that need to be made to the rhino encounter at the Brevard Zoo before it can reopen.
You probably know that a group of geese is called a gaggle and that a group of fish is called a school, but have you heard of some of these unique names for animal groups?
Brevard Zoo knows many of you are anxious to meet their rescued bear and they’re eager to give you the opportunity to do so! They can’t share the exact date of her debut, but it will take place in the next couple of weeks.
The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office and Brevard Zoo introduced during a press conference on Wednesday their new partnership that utilizes inmate labor to make Oyster Bags to aid in the recovery of the Indian River Lagoon.
Celebrations are in order for Donna Weissman, who was recognized as Brevard Zoo’s 2018 Volunteer of the Year at its Volunteer Appreciation Dinner on Thursday, February 7.
Brevard Zoo invites the community to attend a ticketed presentation featuring legendary conservationist and media personality Jack Hanna.
Brevard Zoo guests will soon be able to view not only live animals, but also metal ones hailing from Africa. The 16-piece collection, dubbed “Sculpture Safari,” will be scattered around Zoo grounds.
Start your engines! Famed racecar driver Tony Stewart and legendary wildlife champion Jack Hanna are set to appear at Brevard Zoo’s first-ever two-night Safari Under the Stars extravaganza to celebrate the Zoo’s 25th anniversary.
On the morning of Friday, January 4, Brevard Zoo welcomed another baby in the form of a Linnaeus’s two-toed sloth.
Runners and walkers of all skill levels are encouraged to race through Brevard Zoo for a “Terrapin Trot” on Saturday, February 9.