The Treetop Trail is set to open in summer 2023.
Three weeks after the Minnesota Zoo said goodbye to a beloved Amur tiger, the zoo has a new “paw-some” family member.
Three weeks after the Minnesota Zoo said goodbye to a beloved Amur tiger, the zoo has a new “paw-some” family member. Luka is a 16-month-old Amur tiger. These tigers are some of the largest cats in the world, and it's believed that there are fewer than 500 left in the wild.
The Minnesota Zoo is mourning the loss of 12-year-old Amur tiger, Putin.
The man who famously coined the phrase “A Camel is a horse designed by a committee” clearly did not appreciate how endearing the sight of a baby camel standing next to its mother can be.
Temperatures have continued to fall Wednesday as another shot of arctic air settles in.
The Minnesota Zoo’s holiday lights show, Nature Illuminated, is back again this year and will open to the public on Thursday.
The Minnesota Zoo confirmed their missing Eurasian eagle owl, Gladys, has died. She was found injured on the side of the road Thursday morning, the zoo said.
The Minnesota Zoo’s Eurasian eagle owl, named Gladys, is missing. She’s probably still on Zoo property, but heads up Twin Cities. Call local police if spotted.
The Minnesota Zoo is still searching for Gladys, the Eurasian eagle owl that went missing during a routine training session earlier this month.
The Minnesota Zoo is joining the list of facilities and organizations implementing a mask requirement for its guests amid the spread of the COVID-19 delta variant.
Staff and visitors of the Minnesota Zoo are mourning the loss of the zoo's red panda, which died last week.
Top Minnesota politicians are expressing confidence they'll avert a July 1 government shutdown, though they have produced little proof that they're making progress in budget negotiations.
The Minnesota Zoo put down its last two remaining musk oxen this spring, saying goodbye to a species that had been a part of the zoo since it opened.
One of the Minnesota Zoo’s Hawaiian monk seals has died, the zoo announced Friday.
The Farm Babies are back at the Minnesota Zoo in Apple Valley. Unlike last year, you can visit the animals in-person this time around, though they’re still offering virtual content as well. Farm Babies runs through May 16th. This year they’ll have lambs, piglets, calves, llamas, chicks, and more. To reserve your day and time visit: www.mnzoo.org
The Minnesota Zoo is celebrating farm babies now through May 16 both in-person and online.
Farm Babies is back at the Minnesota Zoo this spring after it was moved to a virtual event last year after the zoo closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Minnesota Zoo is working with area schools to spoil a favorite furry resident, "Min" the red panda. For months students have been designing special enrichment items for "Min". The Minnesota Zoo's Zach Nugent joined the Buzz to chat about their designs. You can check them out on mnzoo.org/zoomsdesignchallenge
The Minnesota Orchestra is going out on a limb for their next virtual presentation.. a limb with monkeys, tigers, and violins! The orchestra is partnering with the Minnesota Zoo for "Musical Menagerie", a family concert that connects music and animals. Conductor Sarah Hicks joined the Buzz to chat about the wild offering.