The latest big thing at the Detroit Zoo is actually quite small. A female southern pudu – the smallest species of deer – was born May 20, 2013. The fawn is the fifth pudu born at the Zoo since the species was introduced in 2008.
The Genesee County deer that has grabbed international attention could soon be calling the Detroit Zoo its new home.
The Detroit Zoo celebrated the birth of a macaroni penguin chick on May 25 – and celebrated its rebirth the next day.
The city-owned Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History and Detroit Zoo are among the institutions that could be affected.
Students at Royal Oak’s Shrine Catholic Grade School stepped their way to first place in Oakland County’s 10th Annual “Count Your Steps” Program.
Flowers aren’t the only things blooming at the Detroit Zoo. Daphne and Violet, female warthogs born in April, are now firmly planted in their African Grasslands habitat near the Africa Train Station.
Last year, the Detroit Zoo adoption event found homes for 431 animals.
Whether it’s a traditional breakfast or brunch, an afternoon in the garden or a challenge to a race, these Metro Detroit-area events can be a great opportunity to convey the words we so often forget to say out loud – “Thanks, Mom!”
If you or someone you know is looking to adopt a pet, then look no further than the Detroit Zoo.
Senior citizens living in Macomb, Oakland and Wayne counties are invited to enjoy a free day at the Detroit Zoo on Senior Day, Wednesday, April 24, 2013, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.