The Palm Beach Zoo and Conservation Society is proud to announce that the Conservation Leadership Lecture Series, sponsored by Bank of America, is the winner of the 2016 Environmental Education Program of the Year. The Leadership Series is being recognized by Florida Atlantic University’s Pine Jog
The Palm Beach Zoo's annual Do at the Zoo fundraising event has been moved to early November. An exact date will be released within the next two weeks. We are very appreciative of your support. Please call Pam Viscusi at 561-533-0887 x 285 Join us for a fun night of food, drink and animals
The Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society recently received the Quarter Century Award from the Association of Zoos & Aquariums for 25 Years of Continuous Accreditation! We could not be more proud of all that we have accomplished over the years!
The Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society is proud to have a long history of caring for wildlife - A very special thank you to Author James Patterson for lending your time and talent to our video!
Celebration Marks Million Dollar Donation to Palm Beach Zoo from Ruth & Ted Baum The Palm Beach Zoo and Conservation Society is pleased to announce a 1.25mm donation from Palm Beach philanthropists, Ruth and Ted Baum. The gift will be used for the construction of the Baum Entryway. “A
The Palm Beach Zoo Education Department is offering an exciting opportunity to bring your favorite teddy bear or favorite stuffed animal to have a picnic at the Zoo in January! The program is designed for children ages 3 to 8 years! Age-specific crafts and activities are designed to excite and
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The Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society is playing host to two orphaned grizzly bear cubs this winter! When their elderly mother began raiding homes and offices, officials found the two female cubs extremely thin and malnourished near Yellowstone Park. Unable to survive without their now