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Cub arrives via Frontier Airlines to acclimate with Denver Zoo cubs in support of conservation

 

CALF TO REMAIN BEHIND THE SCENES WITH HIS MOTHER UNTIL HE IS A LITTLE OLDER

 

Denver Zoo is celebrating the birth of an endangered Malayan tapir calf. The male calf, named Baku (Bah-koo), was born to mother, Rinny, and father, Benny, late in the evening on April 29, and is only the second birth of his species at the zoo. Baku will remain behind the scenes in Toyota Elephant Passage while being cared for by his mother until they are comfortable enough to venture outdoors. Until then, visitors can see live, closed-circuit video of Baku on monitors inside Toyota Elephant Passage.

Every Event Ticket Will Be Matched By The Salah Foundation to Support Conservation Education Initiatives

Denver, CO (May 5, 2014) – Denver Zoo has been awarded a challenge grant by The Salah Foundation for up to $75,000 in connection with its 25th annual Do At The Zoo event on June 19, presented by Anadarko Petroleum Corporation. Now through June 1, for every Do At The Zoo ticket purchased, The Salah Foundation will make a donation in the same amount, up to $75,000 total, in support of the Zoo’s conservation education initiatives.

Visitors can see the cubs now from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., daily

Chick’s birth marks rare occasion for U.S. zoos.
 

Denver, CO - Denver Zoo is thrilled to welcome the first Steller’s sea eagle chick to be successfully reared at the Zoo. The unnamed chick, whose gender is still not known, hatched on March 4. The chick is currently nesting with and being brooded by its mother in Bird World, presented by Frontier Airlines. Look for the chick high in its nest, where guests can catch glimpses of the bird as he grows or check out closed circuit video clips on the Zoo’s website.

Zookeepers will hand raise the twin cubs due to mother’s inexperience
 

Staff Cares For Infant Tamandua As Mother Learns Proper Maternal Behaviors 

Visitors Can See New Inhabitants Of Predator Ridge Now, Weather Permitting

Denver, CO - Denver Zoo visitors will notice a couple of new African wild dogs in its Predator Ridge exhibit. The two young sisters, Tilly and Cheza (CHEH-zah) are now exploring the exhibit’s maternity yard after arriving from Chicago’s Brookfield Zoo. Zookeepers say they are settling in well and doing great. Visitors can see them now, weather permitting.

 

Polar bears to receive special ice sculpture snack as guests learn how to save their species

Denver, CO - Denver Zoo visitors are invited to celebrate International Polar Bear Day at the Zoo on Thursday, February 27 and find out how they can help save polar bears in the wild. Held in partnership with Polar Bears International (PBI), the day will allow guests to watch polar bears Lee and Cranbeary enjoy a special ice sculpture treat and learn from zookeepers and volunteers about the challenges polar bears face and ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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Calf will remain behind the scenes as he becomes more self-sufficient
 

 

 

Denver, CO - Denver Zoo is celebrating the birth of a rare okapi (oh-Kah-pee). The male calf, named Jabari (Jah-bar-ee), was born to mother, Kalispell (Kal-lis-pell), and father, Sekele (seh-Kee-lee), on February 3, and is only the sixth birth of his species at the zoo. Jabari will remain behind the scenes for a short while longer, but visitors will soon be able to see the youngster as he grows and becomes more self-sufficient.

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