Go WILD at MetroPCS on Saturday, March 7th! Meet Zoo animals up-close, dance to some tunes provided by Wild 95.5 FM, check out MetroPCS products and pick up your Family Four Pack of tickets to the Zoo!
Gwen Lovett, one of our longest serving employees got a wonderful surprise on Monday morning...she was named the Most Determined, Dedicated and Devoted Studbook Keeper through the Association of Zoo's & Aquariums' Population Management Center (PMC) at the Lincoln Park Zoo! Studbook Keepers,
A crowd of 130 attendees enjoyed a Conservation Leadership Lecture featuring “Florida Panther Habitat Conservation and Connectivity” given by Dr. Richard A. Hilsenbeck at the Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society on June 12, 2014. Guests enjoyed cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, Zoo animal encounters
Carlton Ward, Jr., founder of the Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition, addressed a record-high crowd in the second in a series of three Conservation Leadership Lectures at the Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society on Thursday, April 10, 2014. The series is generously sponsored by Florida
A new experience offered at the Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society allows guests to safely meet and feed the world’s largest rodents. The "Capybara Experience" brings guests behind-the-scenes at the Zoo’s cenote in the Harriet W. & George D. Cornell Tropics of the Americas section
Kids and teens are invited to go wild this summer at the Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society during the Best Summer Camp in Palm Beach County. “Zoo Camp” is the 2012 & 2011 winner of the "Kids Crown Award" for Best Summer Camp in Palm Beach County, as voted by South Florida Parenting Magazine's
More than a thousand students with special needs from at least twenty local schools are expected to participate in a science fair in partnership with the Palm Beach County School District, to be held at the Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society’s Peggy S. Brown Pavilion. The event occurs on
The Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society is shining the spotlight on its volunteers during the 40th anniversary of National Volunteer Week. The Zoo is recognizing the vital contributions volunteers make to operations by highlighting them in photos throughout the week on social media.
The public is invited to the Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society for select Friday evenings from April through October, between 5:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., for a newly-expanded “Safari Nights” series. The first event will be on Friday, April 11, 2014, featuring meet ‘n’ greets and photo
The Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society is announcing the first-ever expansion of the Conservation Leadership Lecture Series for 2014, generously sponsored by Florida Crystals Corporation. In the second lecture in the series, “An Evening with Carlton Ward, Jr.,” guests will hear from