New Charging Stations For Electric Vehicles At Cincinnati Zoo

This event has been canceled. We apologize for the short notice, and will provide an update when this will be rescheduled.

WHO:            Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley, Cincinnati Zoo Director Thane Maynard and numerous private partners announce a big leap forward in making Cincinnati an easier place to own an electric car. They will unveil the first of 5 fast-charger stations for electric vehicles (“DC Fast Charger”), this one at the Cincinnati Zoo.

Other fast-chargers will be…

Cincinnati Zoo Seasonal Job Fair

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WHAT:          Seasonal Job Fair for the Visitor Experience Department, Housekeeping Department, Gift Shop and Food & Beverage Department

WHEN:          Thursday, February 26th from 6pm-8pm

WHERE:       Frisch’s Theater in the Harold C. Schott Education Center at the Zoo. All participants should park in the Education Parking Lot on Erkenbrecher Ave.

Marvin Lewis Community Fund: Learning is Cool Academic Achievement Celebration

bengals 254The Marvin Lewis Community Fund’s program, Learning Is Cool, is an educational reward program that honors students for strong academic performance. Currently there are more than 29,500 eligible students, in grades 1 – 8, from Cincinnati Public, North College Hill and Middletown City schools along with students in grades 1…

Saving Animals in the Wild: The Zoo’s Top Field Conservation Efforts of 2014

Blog post by Shasta Bray

Happy New Year! As we look back on 2014, let’s reflect on some of the Zoo’s significant contributions to wildlife conservation in the field this past year:

Helping Lions Thrive in Kenya’s South Rift Valley

Since 2011, the Zoo has partnered with the African Conservation Centre and the South Rift Association of Land Owners in Kenya on the Rebuilding the Pride program. This community-based…

Rare African Painted Dog Pups Born at the Cincinnati Zoo

CINCINNATI, OH (January 9, 2015) –“Imara (ee-MAH-rah),” the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden’s two-year-old African painted dog, has given birth to a wiggling pile of pups! Keepers have not settled on an exact number of pups in the litter but are saying that it’s between seven and ten, which is the average for a first-time mom. The first pup arrived early on Monday, January 5, with a steady stream of pups appearing throughout the day until the last one emerged…

Speakers Announced for the Cincinnati Zoo’s 2015 Barrows Conservation Lecture Series

CINCINNATI – The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden is pleased to announce the 2015 speakers for the annual Barrows Conservation Lecture Series. The prestigious lecture series will feature an exciting lineup of internationally acclaimed scientists, explorers and conservationists. Since 1993, the series has brought a slate of esteemed naturalists and scientists to Cincinnati to address wildlife issues and global conservation efforts.

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Discover the World’s Most Exotic Locations with the Cincinnati Zoo

CINCINNATI  –  Whether you have a passion for travel, exotic destinations or wildlife, the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden’s 2015 Travel Series has the perfect adventure for you! This year’s destinations include Tanzania, Belize and Argentina.  Encounter wildlife in wild places with a Cincinnati Zoo naturalist as your guide!

zebra_migrationTanzania Migration…

Places to Recycle Christmas Trees and Lights

recycle_treesHamilton County drop off sites will also accept Christmas trees through Saturday, January 10.

http://www.hamiltoncountyrecycles.org/index.php?page=yard-trimmings-drop-off-sites

 

Christmas lights (any style) can also be taken to any Cohen location in the region – http://www.cohenusa.com/locations

 

Butler County residents can recycle their trees as well – http://www.butlercountyrecycles.org/content/documents/ChristmasTree%20press%20release%202014.pdf or http://www.butlercountyrecycles.org/

 

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