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Palm Beach Zoo Receives New Tiger, Now Houses Four Adult Tigers

By: Palm Beach Zoo
Source: Palm Beach Zoo
Date: December 24, 2014
For the first time ever, the Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society is home to four adult tigers. The Zoo has been home to Keemasan Mata, a nine-year-old male Malayan tiger, Berapi Api, an eleven-year-old female Malayan tiger, and Angin, a four-year-old male Malayan tiger. Bumi, a four-year-old male Malayan tiger whose name means “earth” in Indonesian, joined the Zoo as its newest resident on December 10, 2014. Bumi comes to West Palm Beach from Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo. With the addition of Bumi, the Zoo is making “tiger history.” To read more, click the article title above.
Palm Beach Zoo Receives New Tiger, Now Houses Four Adult Tigers

January 2015 Special Events and Promotions Announced for Palm Beach Zoo

By: Palm Beach Zoo
Source: Palm Beach Zoo
Date: December 15, 2014
The Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society is announcing the following special events and promotions for the month of January 2015 - please click the article title above for a full list of events and activities.
January 2015 Special Events and Promotions Announced for Palm Beach Zoo

Zoo to host "Coaches' Kids Day" ahead of inaugural Boca Bowl

By: Palm Beach Zoo
Source: Palm Beach Zoo
Date: December 11, 2014
The Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society will kick off a day of fun while hosting "Coaches' Kids Day" on Sunday, December 21. Families of the Marshall and Northern Illinois coaching staffs will be special guests of the Zoo starting at 1 p.m. This Zoo event precedes the inaugural Boca Raton Bowl. Coaches' families will enjoy the Zoo’s ongoing Eco-friendly Holiday experience, which lasts through January 1st. Click the title above to find out more information...
Zoo to host

“Save the Panther 5k” Race Returns to the Palm Beach Zoo

By: Palm Beach Zoo
Source: Palm Beach Zoo
Date: December 8, 2014
The 2nd annual “Save the Panther 5K” race at the Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society, presented by Sagicor Life Insurance Company, is taking place on Saturday, January 3, 2015. The race route winds through Dreher Park, finishing inside the Zoo grounds at 1301 Summit Boulevard, West Palm Beach, FL. READ MORE >>
“Save the Panther 5k” Race Returns to the Palm Beach Zoo

Eco-Friendly Holiday at the Palm Beach Zoo

By: Palm Beach Zoo
Source: Palm Beach Zoo
Date: December 5, 2014
The Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society is announcing its first-ever “Eco-Friendly Holiday” décor theme, in which it will model methods of naturalistic, “green”-themed decorations. Guests are encouraged to visit the Zoo from December 13, 2014, through January 1, 2015, to view ways in which they can explore ideas to “green” their holiday traditions, and to receive conservation messaging tips in signs spread throughout the Zoo. To read more, please click on the article title above.
Eco-Friendly Holiday at the Palm Beach Zoo

Surprise Alligator Hatchlings at the Palm Beach Zoo

By: Palm Beach Zoo
Source: Palm Beach Zoo
Date: December 1, 2014
The newest members of the Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society are nine surprise American alligator hatchlings discovered on October 10, 2014. Father Fred and mother Wilma have lived together in the habitat for more than a decade, and Wilma has built a nest every year since 1999. None of her eggs were fertile, until this year, when a groundskeeping staff member at the Zoo noticed a baby alligator swimming in the habitat. To read more, please click on the article title above...
Surprise Alligator Hatchlings at the Palm Beach Zoo

December 2014 Special Events and Promotions Announced for Palm Beach Zoo

By: Palm Beach Zoo
Source: Palm Beach Zoo
Date: November 26, 2014
The Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society is announcing the following special events and promotions for the month of December 2014, through January 1, 2015:. Please click the article title to read more...
December 2014 Special Events and Promotions Announced for Palm Beach Zoo

Register Now for Breakfast with Santa at the Palm Beach Zoo

By: Palm Beach Zoo
Source: Palm Beach Zoo
Date: November 25, 2014
Ring in the holidays at the Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society with amazing animals and breakfast with Santa and Mrs. Claus! “Breakfast with Santa” will feature a scrumptious hot buffet breakfast that includes waffles, eggs, bacon, sausage, omelets, pastries, coffee and juice with mimosas available for purchase. The event also features private, up-close animal encounters, a meet and greet plus photo opportunities with Santa and all-day admission to the Zoo. The event kicks off on Saturday, December 13th, and goes through Sunday, December 21st. Advance reservations are required and most seats sell out, so guests are encouraged to register online early at www.palmbeachzoo.org/santa. Please click on the article title above for more information and to register...
Register Now for Breakfast with Santa at the Palm Beach Zoo

Malayan Tiger Arrives at Palm Beach Zoo from Tampa

By: Palm Beach Zoo
Source: Palm Beach Zoo
Date: November 14, 2014
The Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society has added a new member to its family: Malayan tiger, Angin. Angin is a four-year-old, 220-pound male Malayan tiger that came to the Zoo from Lowry Park Zoo in Tampa on November 11, 2014. The tiger, whose name means “wind” in Indonesian, is currently staying in a required 30-day quarantine at the Palm Beach Zoo’s Melvin J. & Claire Levine Animal Care Complex (ACC). Read more by clicking on the article title above...
Malayan Tiger Arrives at Palm Beach Zoo from Tampa

Give Thanks for Species Rescued From the Brink of Extinction

By: Palm Beach Zoo
Source: Palm Beach Zoo
Date: November 7, 2014
?As American families prepare for the annual ritual of giving thanks, they can add one more item to their list of things to be thankful for: a rare victory in the battle against global climate change. Thanks to America’s accredited zoos and aquariums, more than 30 endangered species have been brought back from the brink of extinction. With climate change, population growth and deforestation, and poaching threatening species around the world, we are facing what scientists call the “Sixth Extinction.” But the 229 accredited members of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) have built a unique infrastructure to save endangered species – breeding programs that coordinate across many institutions to ensure genetic diversity, systems so that animals can be safely moved between institutions, and partnerships with local, national, and international conservation organizations working on re-introducing these animals to their native ranges. Read more by clicking the article title above...
Give Thanks for Species Rescued From the Brink of Extinction

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