Three’s Company: Denver Zoo Welcomes New Gorilla Trio

Learn More About Critically Endangered Western Lowland Gorillas

Baby Boom

The Circle of Life Goes On During Our Closure with New Babies Awaiting Your Next Visit

Accreditation is Everything

A New Documentary Reveals the Seedy Underworld and Danger of Unaccredited Zoos

Big Changes Coming to Great Apes

Denver Zoo’s Family Gorilla Troop Moves to Florida at the Recommendation of the Species Survival Plan

Jumping for Jaya

Denver Zoo Welcomes New Critically Endangered Sumatran Orangutan to Primate Panorama

Denver Zoo Welcomes Tatu

Tobias’ Arrival to Benson Predator Ridge in 2018 Proves Fruitful for the Lion Species Survival Plan

Leaving the Nest

More Care Stories All Stories July 25, 2019 Leaving the Nest Understanding Species Survival Plans and Denver Zoo’s Role in Helping Species Thrive By Jessica Meehan   In May, animal care staff at the Denver Zoo bid farewell to our mischievous kea Milford when he left for his new home at the Tracy Aviary in … Continued

The Pride of Denver Zoo

Vice President for Animal Care Hollie Colahan plays an important role in lion conservation in zoos Across North America and in the wild

A Match Made in Denver

How Denver Zoo Keepers are Preparing Tobias to Join Our Resident Lioness Pride

Jake and Chuck Meet the Boys

Last week, Jake and Chuck, our newest Asian elephant residents, went through the final stages of introductions with the rest of Denver Zoo’s elephant bachelors, Groucho, Bodhi and Billy.