Tag: zoo

San Francisco Zoo Reopening On July 15

SAN FRANCISCO—On Saturday, July 11, the San Francisco Zoo announced that it would reopen to all members of the public on Wednesday, July 15. Located...

Summertime Activities

UNITED STATES—Summer does not officially kick off until June 21, but its warm enough in most parts of the country and the amount of...

Uulu, SF Zoo’s Only Polar Bear, Dies At 36

SAN FRANCISCO—Uulu, the beloved polar bear at the San Francisco Zoo passed away on Friday, April 14. At 36 years old, she was one...

San Francisco Zoo Welcomes Baby Monkey

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Zoo welcomed their new Francois' Langur baby, born on Sunday, February 12 to mother Jing Jing. The Francois' Langur is an endangered...

ZOOtoberFest, New Event At The San Francisco Zoo

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Zoo and Gardens will be hosting a new signature event for the month of October called ZOOtoberFest, according to a...

New Exhibit At The San Francisco Zoo

SAN FRANCISCO—On Friday, August 19 at 9:30 a.m. the San Francisco Zoo and Gardens will be hosting a celebration and ribbon-cutting ceremony for a...

San Francisco Zoo Campaign To STOP Ivory Trade

SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Zoo and Gardens announced on Friday, August 12 their campaign to STOP Ivory Trade and to preserve wildlife on World...

“March Of The Penguins” At The Zoo

SAN FRANCISCO—The annual “March of the Penguins” event will take place at the San Francisco Zoo and Gardens on Saturday, July 30 from 9:30...

Is The Zoo Dangerous?

UNITED STATES—The recent incident involving Harambe, the gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo, being fatally shot by zoo officials after a 4 year-old boy fell...

Art By Animal Artists For Sale

SAN FRANCISCO—The animals at the San Francisco Zoo and Gardens have developed unique pieces of art for the inaugural “Animal Artists in Residence” project,...
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