Reserve Your Spot for the Plight of the Painted Dogs Presentation
The Birmingham Zoo is proud to welcome guest speakers, Peter Blinston and Jealous Mpofu, for a presentation on the Plight of the Painted Dogs in the Birmingham Zoo Auditorium on March 12, from 6:30-7:30pm. The event is open to the public, and refreshments and light snacks will be served. The Zimbabawe-based organization, Painted Dog Conservation (PDC), aims to “protect and increase the range and number of Painted Dogs,” a species unique to Africa and among that continent’s most endangered species.
To RSVP for the Painted Dog Conservation presentation, please contact Christine Hoskinson at email@example.com. For more information on how you can help protect the Painted Dog, please visit painteddog.org.
Celebrate National Wildlife Week During Wonders of Water!
Join the Birmingham Zoo in recognizing National Wildlife Week by celebrating wildlife and water. Head out to Grandma’s Back Porch from 10am-3pm for a day full of fun crafts, children’s games, animal facts and information on various ways you can help save the planet. Don’t miss the chance to learn all about the importance of conservation, create your own water bottle bird feeder and so much more. Visitors of all ages are welcome to take part in this day full of wonder!
*The Wonders of Water event is included with the purchase of an admission ticket
Spend Spring Break at the Birmingham Zoo
There is no better place to spend your Spring Break than the Birmingham Zoo! Seasonal favorites such as Predator Zone, Children’s Zoo Splash Pads, Wildlife Shows, a Get Rhythm Drum Circle* and more are back just in time for the warmer weather. Soak up the sun and pay a visit to your favorite Zoo animals this Spring Break at the Birmingham Zoo.
*Get Rhythm Drum Circle (Located at Safari Peak):
March 22: 11:30am-1pm
March 29: 11:30am-1pm
Tails in the Trails Early Bird Ticketing Ends March 12!
Now through March 12, tickets to Tails in the Trails are just $10! Don’t miss this evening full of entertainment in the Junior League of Birmingham – Hugh Kaul Children’s Zoo! Adults 21 and up are invited to enjoy live music, appetizers, a cash bar and animal encounters at the Birmingham Zoo Junior Board’s fourth annual event. Net proceeds from the event will benefit the Barbara Ingalls Shook Black Bear exhibit.
What: Tails in the Trails 2014
When: May 2, 6:30-10:30PM
Where: Birmingham Zoo
For more information, visit the Tails in the Trails information page. To purchase your EARLY BIRD ticket today, please click here.
Register for a Summer ZooFari Camp Today!
Sign up your child for a Birmingham Zoo Summer ZooFari Camp! With up-close animal encounters, train and carousel rides, lorikeet and giraffe feedings and guided tours of the Zoo, the best place for fun and learning is at a Birmingham Zoo Camp. For more information, please visit the Summer Camp page or register your child for a Birmingham Zoo Summer ZooFari Camp today!