Dallas Zoo’s Largest Annual Fundraiser Goes Virtual For First Time For the first time ever, the Dallas Zoo’s annual Zoo To Do fundraiser is relocating – to the internet.
2020 Dallas Zoo Lights Holiday Celebration Will Go On As A COVID-19 Safe Drive-Thru EventWe haven't quite made it to Halloween, but the Dallas Zoo is already preparing for the holiday season. The Dallas Zoo Lights holiday tradition continues this year, but with a safe and socially distant twist.
Cute Alert! Lion Cub Triplets At Dallas Zoo Make Their Public DebutAfrican lion cubs — Izwi, Ilola and Tadala — made their first public appearance at the Dallas Zoo yesterday. 
Dallas Zoo Welcomes 17-Year-Old Gorilla, 'Strong Female Role Model For Our Little Ones'The Dallas Zoo has welcomed a 17-year-old gorilla to its family as a "strong female role model for our little ones."
Dallas Zoo Welcomes Three African Lion Cubs For 1st Time Since 1974The Dallas Zoo is celebrating the birth of three adorable African lion cubs – one male and two females – born on August 17 to Bahati and Kijani.
Furloughs At The Dallas Zoo As COVID-19 Affects Future Financial ForecastsThe COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in temporary and permanent job reductions being made at the Dallas Zoo.
Pregnant Hartmann's Mountain Zebra At The Dallas Zoo Gives Birth To New FoalThe cat.... or, um colt is out of the bag at the Dallas Zoo. Workers confirmed Wednesday that there has been a new addition in the Giants of the Savanna habitat.
Ones For Texas: Boy Scouts Build Bird Feeders For Local Nursing Home, Animals Explore Dallas ZooIn today's Ones For Texas, boy scouts in Fort Worth decided to build bird feeders for a local nursing home so residents could have some entertainment outside their windows.
Dallas Zoo Asking For Help As Doors Remain Closed During Coronavirus PandemicAs the coronavirus pandemic continues, the Dallas Zoo is asking for help in raising money to keep it in business while doors remain closed.
24-Year-Old Dallas Zoo Gorilla Subira Passes Away From Heart DiseaseSubira was being treated for a mild cough in the days leading up to his death, but zoologists had no reason to believe that the cough was indicative of "anything more than a common cold."
Dallas Zoo Announces Arrival Of Baby ZebraThe Dallas Zoo is celebrating a first. The zoo said Tuesday its first Hartmann's mountain zebra was born on January 6.