It’s been a busy start to the summer for Druid Hill Park’s zoo, particularly for staff in the so-called African Journey exhibits.
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After two decades with no newborn giraffes, Baltimore’s zoo in Druid Hill Park has welcomed two in the last four months.
Two one-year-old bear cubs that endured a long journey to get Baltimore are finally home, and now they have some names, too.
Chick this out! Seven of our endangered African penguin chicks have joined the main colony on exhibit. They had their first dip in the “big pool” this morning and, we have to say, it went… swimmingly (ba-dum ching).
Posted by The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore on Thursday, March 23, 2017
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Pool season is on at Penguin Coast at the zoo in Baltimore’s Druid Hill Park.
Remember those two furry beasts recently taken in by the Maryland Zoo in Druid Hill Park? The zoo is now offering the public a chance to name them.
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore lost an enduring member of its herd yesterday.
Bobcats are a known species in western parts of Maryland, but we could soon be seeing some of the North American wildcats here in Baltimore.
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore announced the death of Hobbes, the Zoo’s remaining African leopard, who had been a staff and guest favorite for over 20 years. Hobbes, age 22, was humanely euthanized at the Zoo after his health declined rapidly over the past week.