Good Hope for African Penguins

How Denver Zoo’s new penguin habitat ties back to global penguin conservation efforts

Little Fish, Big Impact

How Denver Zoo is Helping the Effort to Reintroduce the Northern Redbelly Dace in Northern Colorado

New Penguin Habitat at Denver Zoo

Denver Zoo’s New African Penguin Habitat—Pinnacol African Penguin Point—Set to Open Sept. 30

Wild History

Five Amazing Facts and Stories About Denver Zoo’s 125-Year Past

Erica Elvove Joins Denver Zoo

Elvove to Lead Effort to Engage Communities in Protecting Wildlife

Window Into Our World

Members and Guests Will Soon Be Able to Witness First-Hand the Zoo’s Outstanding Veterinary Care at the Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Animal Hospital

An Inclusive Environment

Parker McMullen Bushman Explains Why Zoos and Other Outdoor Spaces Should be Fighting for Inclusivity

Made With Love

Young Artists Get Creative to Support Denver Zoo

Redefining Bear Necessities

How Denver Zoo’s Ursine Inhabitants Have Kept Us On the Cutting Edge of Habitat Design for 100+ Years


We’re ALL ready a bit of good news these days, so here it is: one of the healthiest things you can do for your family right now is to simply GO OUTSIDE. In addition to being one of the few remaining CDC-approved activities that involve fresh air, nature play has been proven to have powerful benefits for both bodies and brains—not just for kids, but for parents, too!