Painted Dog Valley Now Home to Breeding Pair

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CINCINNATI – (September 10, 2014) The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden is excited to announce that Painted Dog Valley is now home to a breeding pair of African painted dogs.  When the Zoo’s new  attraction opened earlier this summer, it displayed a single two-year-old female named “Imara.”  After three months, the Zoo found a suitable mate for Imara.  “Brahma,” an eight-year-old male, was introduced yesterday following a breeding recommendation by the Association of Zoos & Aquariums (AZA) Species Survival Plan…

32nd Annual Zoofari: Flight of Fancy at the Cincinnati Zoo

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Cincinnati Zoo’s Biggest Annual Fundraiser Set to Take Flight

CINCINNATI – The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden cordially invites you to save the date for the 32nd annual Zoofari: Flight of Fancy – which takes place Friday, September 19, 2014.  More than 2,500 professional, civic, and philanthropic leaders flock to the Zoo for the most unique gala setting in Cincinnati. The Zoo’s signature party with a purpose will take flight at 6:30 p.m. and come to…

Cincinnati Zoo Remembers “Martha,” the World’s Last Passenger Pigeon

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Photo Opportunity – Monday, September 1, at 11 a.m.

Martha_last_passenger_pigeon_1914CINCINNATI – (August 19, 2014) On Monday, September 1, 2014, at 11 a.m. the Cincinnati Zoo will stop and remember “Martha,” the world’s last passenger pigeon, who passed away at the Cincinnati Zoo 100 years ago.  To remember the loss of what was, at one time, the most numerous bird species on the planet, the Cincinnati Zoo is honoring Martha…

Eight DAY Old Gorilla Makes Public Debut

PHOTO OPPORTUNITY – Tuesday, August 12, at 11 a.m.

CINCINNATI – The Cincinnati Zoo is thrilled to introduce to the community its one-week-old Western Lowland gorilla, named “Mondika” (pronounced Mondeeka.)   The baby was born on August 4 and will be nicknamed “Mona” if it’s a girl or “Mondo” if it’s a boy.  Mondika’s public debut is WEATHER PERMITTING and will be taking place in the Zoo’s outdoor gorilla yard on Tuesday, August 12, at 11 a.m.    

Cincinnati Zoo Welcomes Baby Gorilla!

CINCINNATI, OH (August 4, 2014) –“Asha”, the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden’s eleven-year-old Western Lowland gorilla has given birth to her first baby! On Monday, August 4, at 8:15 a.m. Asha delivered a healthy, approximately 5-pound, baby in her indoor stall. Asha and the baby will be spending time bonding indoors, but if mom and baby continue to do well (and weather cooperates), the pair should be outside soon.  The Zoo will continue to post updates on its website, Facebook…

Lions and Livelihoods Bracelets — 100% Proceeds to Kenya

Our Lions and Livelihoods bracelets were made by Maasai women from the Olkiramatian Women’s Group in Kenya’s South Rift Valley. Revenue from the sale of these bracelets helps the Women’s Group provide tuition for local school girls and contributes to the operation of the Lale’enok Resource Center, a community center that helps support both wildlife conservation and thriving Maasai livelihoods. Bracelets are often sold at the Zoo’s Africa exhibit. 

This partnership is supported by the Zoo’s Project Saving Species.

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The Reds, P&G and Cincinnati Zoo will give South Cumminsville a Community Makeover

South Cumminsville chosen for ‘Community Makeover’

Community-Field-Makeover_P&G-RCF_1CINCINNATI (July 7, 2014) — Procter & Gamble, the Cincinnati Reds and the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden
announce the neighborhood of South Cumminsville as the winner of the 2014 Community Makeover. South Cumminsville will receive a complete field renovation of the Wayne Ballfields and significant upgrades to the interior and exterior of the Millvale Recreation Center.

The ballfields, home to Cincinnati Knothole District One teams,…

Painted Dog Valley Now Open at the Cincinnati Zoo

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Cincinnati Zoo & Mercy Health Take a “Walk on the Wild Side” to Promote the Health Benefits of Walking

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Let the Cincinnati Zoo Help Decide Which Annuals Should Rock Your Garden

Annual Trials Program at the Cincinnati Zoo

CINCINNATI, OH (June 6, 2014) –One of the most spectacular programs at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden is its Horticulture Team’s Annual Trials Program. This unique effort is a collaboration between the Cincinnati Zoo, Hamilton County Master Gardeners, the Cincinnati Flower Growers Association, (and a multitude of annuals breeders, producers, marketers, and growers), to produce, grow, and rate annuals for both best growth and appearance in the Cincinnati region. This information is…