In the News

The Palm Beach Zoo is proud to say that we have received over $440K in editorial value and reached over 10.5 million individuals from June 2013 to February 2014. Check out some of our highlights below!

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Tourism Effort Makes Pitch to the World (The Palm Beach Post, April 3, 2014) >>

Raise a Glass to Brew at the Zoo (Florida Weekly, April 3, 2014) >>

Palm Beach Zoo Employees Reduce Carbon Footprint (Florida Weekly, April 3, 2014) >>

Relay for Life event Chairwoman Works Tirelessly to Raise Money for American Cancer Society (, March 31, 2014) >>

A Garden in the Wild Dinner Dance (Quest Magazine, March 26, 2014) >>

Baby Baird's Tapir Has a Name: Luna Wins the Vote (Florida Weekly, March 20, 2014) >>

Palm Beach Zoo Employees Carpooling for the Animals (, March 15, 2014) >>

Conservation Leadership Lectures (Palm Beach Society, March 14, 2014) >>

Cute Baby Animals that You Have to See this Year (, March 14, 2014) >>

Zoo’s Week-Old Tapir Gets First Check-Up, Waiting for Elementary Students to Come Up with Name (, February 26, 2014) >>

Baby Tapir Calf's First Exam at the Palm Beach Zoo (, February 25, 2014) >>

Palm Beach Zoo Welcomes New Tapir Calf (The Palm Beach Post, February 20, 2014) >>

New Zoo Programs Aim to Broaden Audience (Neighborhood Post: The Palm Beach Post, Feb 20, 2014) >> 

Conservation Leadership Lectures (Palm Beach Society, February 14, 2014) >>

A Garden in the Wild (Notables: The Palm Beach Post, February 2014) >>

Wild Time (Palm Beach Daily News, February 10, 2014) >> 

Warm Up to Winter in Palm Beach (Women's World, February 2014) >>







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