Cincinnati Zoo

Environment
11:28 am
Fri April 11, 2014

Rain barrels highlight conservation efforts across Hamilton County

Sixth and eighth grade students from Anderson's Immaculate Heart of Mary school painted several rain barrels on display at the Cincinnati Zoo.
Tana Weingartner WVXU

Rain barrels decorated by students and artists from around the Tristate are on display at the Cincinnati Zoo. The 2nd annual Rain Barrel Art Project sponsored by Save Local Waters is part of a push to raise awareness about environmental education and, of course, to get more people to capture rain water to reduce water usage.

Zoo Babies
12:34 pm
Thu April 10, 2014

Meet Kilua: Cincinnati Zoo introduces baby okapi

The public got its first glimpse of Kilua, a 4-month old okapi born at The Cincinnati Zoo on November 30, 2013.

On a beautiful and busy day at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden, the public got its first glimpse of Kilua, a baby okapi born on November 30, 2013 to mother Kuvua and father Kiloro.  Kilua is the Cincinnati Zoo’s 15th okapi birth since 1989 but the first offspring from this couple.

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Cincinnati Edition
7:30 am
Sun April 6, 2014

Zoo Educator Named National Geographic Grosvenor Fellow

National Geographic Education Grosvenor Teacher Fellow Sara Navarro is sailing to the Canadian Maritimes on board the National Geographic Explorer this September.
Provided, National Geographic
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Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Fri April 4, 2014

Dr. Karen Strier to Speak at Barrows Conservation Lecture Series

Professor of Anthropology Dr. Karen Strier to present at the Barrows Conservation Lecture Series April 9.
Provided, University of Wisconsin

  

University of Wisconsin Professor of Anthropology Dr. Karen Strier is the opening speaker for this year’s Barrows Conservation Lecture Series. in her April 9 presentation, “Primate Conservation in the 21st Century: Insights from the Muriqui Monkeys of Brazil,” Dr. Strier will trace the behavioral, ecological, and demographic changes over her 30-year study of a growing population of one of the world’s most critically endangered primates. She spoke with the Cincinnati Zoo’s Thane Maynard about her findings, and what they mean for our rapidly changing world.

Cincinnati zoo
12:52 pm
Mon March 31, 2014

Cincinnati Zoo mourning loss of endangered rhino

"Suci" at the Cincinnati Zoo
Provided/Kathy Moore

The Cincinnati Zoo is mourning the loss of an endangered Sumatran Rhino.  Zoo officials announced Monday that "Suci" died late Sunday surrounded by her keepers and veterinary staff.  

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