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.
The National Amphibian Conservation Center provides a rare glimpse at the amphibian life cycle.
Could you see yourself helping out at the zoo?
It is time to gather up the children and head out for a weekend of Easter egg hunts, egg tosses and even an Easter bonnet contest. So get ready to have some fun as we celebrate the return of spring and the rebirth of nature.
Michigan lawmakers are getting involved in a dispute over whether communities can hold back millage money that voters approved for the Detroit Zoo and Detroit Institute of Arts.
The mudpuppy – a large, permanently aquatic salamander native to the Detroit River — will have a celebration in his honor from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 10 at the Belle Isle Nature Zoo.
Zoo officials are worried about a bill making its way through the Michigan Legislature that would allow people visiting zoos to touch and pose for pictures with bear cubs.