Fort Worth Zoo
Officials with the Fort Worth Zoo have recovered an owl who went missing on Sunday during an outdoor bird show. The animal was found Tuesday in a neighborhood south of the zoo.
Residents of North Texas are being asked to be on the lookout! But this time the escapee is of the feathered persuasion. A flying resident of the Fort Worth Zoo has escaped.
Ready to do your share in saving mother earth? Take part in these DFW Earth Day Celebrations and start off spring by going green.
Huge crowds are expected to pack the Fort Worth Zoo this week, but visitors this year will have to deal with even more traffic problems than usual.
From movie theaters to outdoor attractions, DFW truly values its senior citizens and wants these individuals to experience the best that DFW has to offer.
The kitchen at the Fort Worth Zoo is among the finest in the nation, but the dishes being prepared aren’t for humans. Those animals get treated to some pretty good grub.
The Fort Worth Zoo is open 365 days a year, even in the bitter cold. Check out one of the zoo’s residents as he travels the grounds for a final check before opening the gates.
Though most ghosts are a surprise, DFW’s best haunts surprise with their locations. From a man crushed at the zoo to a traditional haunted hotel, this area is chock full of spirits.
Dress those kiddos up for a great night out without the walk from stranger’s house to stranger’s house asking for candy.
The Fort Worth Zoo is celebrating a new addition to the family! The yet-to-be-named female one-horned rhino was born August 16, 2012.
The Fort Worth Zoo is the first in Texas to join a network of museums and scientific nonprofit organizations that provide lessons via video conferencing for a relatively modest fee.
Triple digit temperatures have become somewhat of a fixture in North Texas. Yet, despite the oppressive heat, many families still ventured to the Fort Worth Zoo Saturday.