P&G, Reds & Zoo Community Makeover

IMG_9437CINCINNATI — Procter & Gamble, the Cincinnati Reds and the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden are partnering for the 2016 Community Makeover community service project on Thursday, July 28 in the Cincinnati neighborhood of Lower Price Hill.

Cincinnati Zoo Adds FREE Wi-Fi to Enhance Guest Experience

22025862925_a8bc326be5_bEasier and faster than ever to share your summer adventure!

 CINCINNATI, OH – (July 1, 2016) Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden visitors can now stay connected to family and friends using the Zoo’s new “ZooFreeWifi” network, engineered by Powernet and funded by a grant from an anonymous donor.

“Free Wi-Fi…

Cincinnati Zoo Just Gained 8,000 Pounds!

The hippos have arrived and Hippo Cove will open ahead of schedule. 

Cincinnati, OH (June 30, 2016) After a twenty-year hippo hiatus, the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden is three weeks away from opening Hippo Cove, a newly-constructed exhibit that features a 70,000-gallon pool and an underwater viewing area where visitors can get nose-to-nostril with the Zoo’s two hippos.

Henry, a 34-year-old male hippopotamus from Dickerson Park Zoo, and Bibi, a 17-year-old female from St. Louis Zoo, have arrived…

An Open Letter to the Greater Cincinnati Community from Director Thane Maynard

On behalf of everybody involved with the Cincinnati Zoo I want to thank our local community for the caring concern you have shown since the tragic death of Harambe.

In this ever-connected, social media age, it seems that everybody, everywhere learned of our tragedy on the day it happened.  This opened up a typhoon of international criticism and finger pointing the likes of which I had never experienced before.

But here in our community the response has been more level…

Cincinnati Zoo Plans to Reopen Gorilla World Next Week

barrierCINCINNATI (June 2, 2016) – Over 43 million people have safely enjoyed the Cincinnati Zoo’s Gorilla World exhibit without incident in the 38 years that it’s been open.  That changed last Saturday when a young boy climbed over the public barrier, made his way through more than five feet of bushes and dropped…

Honoring Harambe

harambeCincinnati Zoo provides ways to support gorilla conservation

CINCINNATI  (June 1, 2016) – Since the tragic death of Harambe last Saturday, thousands of people have asked how they can help gorillas in the wild.  As a result, the Cincinnati Zoo is redoubling its efforts to support gorilla conservation and encouraging others to join us.

For the past…

Cincinnati Zoo Devastated by Death of Beloved Gorilla

hCINCINNATI (May 29, 2016) –The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden family is in mourning today and trying to process the death of 17-year-old gorilla Harambe. The gorilla was killed yesterday in order to save the life of a child who climbed through a public barrier at Gorilla World and dropped fifteen feet into the exhibit’s moat,…