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.

Children’s Books by Local Author/Illustrator Benefit Cincinnati Zoo Lion Cubs

February 19, 2015 – Cincinnati – Local author/illustrator of beloved children’s book series Lyndsay and Lainey Lion Adventure Series, Jennifer Brasington-Crowley, has partnered with the Cincinnati Zoo to celebrate the three new lion cubs born at the zoo in November.

The Cincinnati Zoo lion cubs were born to father John and mother Imani in November. All…

Bongo Babies and Moms Reunited

UPDATE:

CINCINNATI, OH (February 18, 2015) – The bongo bunch is back together and doing well! Moms “Stevie” and “Mazi” are now living as a group with their offspring. Male, “Sukari,” born on December 23, 2014, has been with his mom, Stevie, since birth.  Female, “Kushinda,” had to be separated from mom Mazi soon after she was born, in October of 2014, and has been bottle fed by keepers since then. (See below for details).  She is now weaned.

Regular…

Baby Bonobo On the Way!

Curator of primates announces that a baby bonobo is on the way                     

CINCINNATI, OH (February 13, 2015) – Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden’s curator of primates, Ron Evans, picked today’s Valentine’s Day celebration as the perfect occasion to announce that 16-year-old bonobo “Zanga” is pregnant and due in March!

This is the Cincinnati Zoo’s 9th bonobo birth and Zanga’s second baby (pictured right with her first daughter, four-year-old “Clara”). The Cincinnati Zoo is one of only eight zoos in…

Paint the Exhibit Pink! #CZBGLionCubs Are All Girls

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CINCINNATI (January 20, 2015) – The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden’s three lion cubs, born November 13, 2014 to three-year-old mother “Imani” and four-year-old father “John,” got their first health checkup today.  The Zoo’s veterinary staff and animal care team weighed the feisty felines, administered vaccines and determined that all cubs are female!

Now that genders are known, the cubs’ keepers are looking forward to not calling them cub #1, #2…