An injured woodpecker has found a new home at the Minnesota Zoo after spending almost a year at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Roseville.
The Minnesota Zoo will close one of its most popular exhibits in order to begin significant repairs to Discovery Bay. Unfortunately, the closure means the zoo’s dolphins will be relocated to another facility.
The blockbuster summer attraction at the Minnesota Zoo just arrived by truck — Dinosaurs! Fifteen different animatronic creatures will be on display, including a Tyrannosaurus Rex.
It’s a girl! The Minnesota Zoo welcomed its first tamandua earlier this month — marking a rare addition to the zoo family.
The Minnesota Zoo introduces a newborn DeBrazza’s monkey to the public Tuesday. The monkey was born last Thursday and does not have a name yet. The zoo says so far the infant’s gender is unknown.
The Minnesota Zoo has announced its line-up for the 2012 Subway Music in the Zoo concert series.
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Your weekend could be full of fashion shows, movies on a really big screen and skiing for a great cause. Natalie Kane has her ear to the street and found some cool events you can check out this weekend.
A 1-year-old baby dolphin passed away at the Minnesota Zoo Monday night after a sudden and acute illness, according to officials.
The Minnesota Zoo opens a new exhibit Friday featuring endangered Asian wild dogs.
The Minnesota Zoo is welcoming 11 African penguins who had to move from a flooded-out North Dakota zoo.
You know what I like? I like penguins. I’ve seen the flurry of advertising the Minnesota Zoo has done about the new 3M Penguins of the African Coast exhibit and kept thinking, ‘Oh, I need […]
There are new penguins at the Minnesota Zoo in Apple Valley, and this breed likes the warmth.
The fact that the Minnesota Zoo was open for the Fourth of July holiday was good news for a lot of families.
Minnesota Zoo officials say the zoo plans to reopen Sunday after a judge ruled Saturday in favor of the zoo’s petition to remain open during the government shutdown.
The blind are losing reading services. A help line for the elderly has gone silent. And poor families are scrambling after the state stopped child care subsidies.
We’re the kind of family that makes at least one trek to each of the zoos in the Twin Cities every year. We love both the Minnesota Zoo and Como Zoo, each for different reasons. When we’re in the mood for a more intimate day that involves less time and considerably less walking, we head to Como. And when we’re craving the full-blown, walk until you drop, all day experience, we head to the Minnesota Zoo!
Three days after Minnesota Zoo handlers shot and killed an endangered wolf that escaped its enclosure, officials there are still defending their actions to residents who wonder why the wolf couldn’t just have been tranquilized.
The wolf that escaped from the Minnesota Zoo yesterday had a lot of people talking on Thursday.
A Mexican wolf was shot and killed after it got out of its enclosure at the Minnesota Zoo Wednesday morning.
It feels like summer outside, so here are some deals that sizzle — all freebies!
The Minnesota Zoo’s snow monkey exhibit is celebrating an early Mother’s Day. The zoo in Apple Valley has announced the birth of another snow monkey.
Tilson, the Minnesota Zoo’s conservation director, is retiring after 27 years of studying and saving tigers, rhinos and other endangered species — and spending long stints in the world’s jungles and wilderness in the process.
Some Minnesota Zoo-goers looking to get a bird’s-eye view Friday wound up becoming the exhibit themselves. The elevated train they were on lost power shortly after leaving the station.
There will be more than just political animals at the Minnesota Capitol on Thursday. There will be some real animals, too.