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Palm Beach Zoo Announces New Exhibits, Introduces Female Florida Panther

Palm Beach Zoo Announces New Exhibits, Introduces Female Florida Panther

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — The Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society announces the unveiling of new exhibits in its Florida wetlands section. The crown jewel is the John and Carole Moran ‘Panther Prowl,’ home to both cougar Micco and a rescued Florida female panther Sassafras. “We exist thanks to

Palm Beach Zoo Announces 2017 Conservation Leadership Lecture Series

Palm Beach Zoo Announces 2017 Conservation Leadership Lecture Series

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — The Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society is announcing the 2017 Conservation Leadership Lecture Series, generously supported by presenting sponsor Bank of America.  All lectures and discussions will occur from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Zoo’s Tropics Café. Guests are invited

Palm Beach Zoo: December Special Events

Palm Beach Zoo: December Special Events

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Palm Beach Zoo is announcing the following special events and promotions for the month of December 2016:  Breakfast with Santa (3 available seatings) It's a holiday tradition at Palm Beach Zoo that sells out every year, so make your reservation today! Highlights include

Supporters to Spend a Night Under The Stars at

Supporters to Spend a Night Under The Stars at "Do at the Zoo" Annual Fundraiser

WEST PALM BEACH, FL. — Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society supporters will spend a night under the stars at the always-popular “Do at the Zoo” annual fundraiser. The global celebration takes place on Friday, November 11, 2016, from 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the zoo.   BACARDÍ is once again the

Palm Beach Zoo: November 2016 Special Events

Palm Beach Zoo: November 2016 Special Events

  WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Palm Beach Zoo is announcing the following special family events and promotions for the month of November 2016:  Boo at the Zoo (*see various October dates below) It's a fun, safe, not-so-scary, Halloween experience for your kids! Enjoy trick-or-treating,

FAQ: Animal Safety & Hurricane Matthew

FAQ: Animal Safety & Hurricane Matthew

In order to safely ride out the storm, Palm Beach Zoo will be closed through at least Friday, October 7, 2016.  We have been monitoring this system since last week and we have also been conducting hurricane meetings with our senior staff twice a day. From the welfare of our animals to

Palm Beach Zoo: October 2016 Special Events

Palm Beach Zoo: October 2016 Special Events

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Palm Beach Zoo is announcing the following special events and promotions for the month of October 2016:  Fiesta Cultural: October 1 Come celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month at our 3rd annual Fiesta Cultural! See endangered animals from all across Latin America like

Medical Examiner Releases Accidental Death Finding in Stacey Konwiser Case

Medical Examiner Releases Accidental Death Finding in Stacey Konwiser Case

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- The Palm Beach County Medical Examiner released an autopsy report on September 22, 2016, confirming that former Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society Lead Zookeeper Stacey Konwiser’s death was accidental. The medical examiner confirmed that Mrs. Konwiser died on Aril 15,

Palm Beach Zoo Receives $80,000 Conservation Leadership Lecture Series Grant from Bank of America

Palm Beach Zoo Receives $80,000 Conservation Leadership Lecture Series Grant from Bank of America

Pictured (l to r) Amanda Joy, Membership Manager at Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society; Nikki Morley, Assistant Vice President Project Manager Enterprise Business & Community Engagement at Bank of America; Stephanie Glavin, Vice President - Palm Beach County Market Manager - Enterprise

Palm Beach Zoo Announces Birth of Critically Endangered Mexican Spider Monkey

Palm Beach Zoo Announces Birth of Critically Endangered Mexican Spider Monkey

  WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — The Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society announces the birth of a critically endangered Mexican spider monkey over the weekend. “This is the first birth for this species this year, and there was only one birth last year, so as you can imagine we are thrilled