The Detroit Zoo
Destined for the pet trade, 343 lizards were confiscated by U.S. Fish and Wildlife service in September. The animals were transported in poor conditions causing 200 of them to die in the care of experts.
Looking to have some fun with the kids in the Motor City without emptying your wallet? Here’s how!
Ready for a walk on the wild side? Attend the Detroit Zoo’s boardwalk gala and enjoy some after hours fun with the animals.
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.
Festivals, activities and volunteer opportunities are just a sampling of the events that are occurring throughout the Metro Detroit region to celebrate Earth Day.
In the fall, harvest festivals are the signature celebrations in greater Detroit. Check out some of the best and enjoy more than just the changing leaves.
Seniors 62 and older and a caregiver will receive free admission, parking and rides on the Tauber Family Railroad.
The latest big thing at the Detroit Zoo is really big: a pair of common elands, the second-largest species of antelope after the giant eland.
The Detroit Zoo’s newest top banana is sure to have mass a-peel. Akira, an adorable female chimpanzee born July 28, 2011, is charming Zoo staff and visitors alike at the Great Apes of Harambee.