By the way, did you know our Conservation and Research department is partnering with the National Parks Service and the Audubon Society to find out where flamingos in Florida come from?
Photo Credit: Dustin Smith
But we’re thrilled to announce that we’ve had 3 births in the past 6 months!! These calves, two females and one male, were born at the zoo in early October 2015, to three different mothers.
We know we are all so lucky to live here, and we are thinking of all our northern friends who are experiencing a tough winter. Hopefully watching this girl will warm you up a little!
Check out the sweepstakes rules to see how you can be entered to win tickets for four to a 3D advance screening on Monday 2/29 at AMC Sunset: http://zoomiami.org/ZOOTOPIA.
Zoo Miami (also known as The Miami-Dade Zoological Park and Gardens) is the largest and oldest zoological garden in Florida, and the only tropical zoo in the continental United States.
The unique climate in South Florida allows us to keep a wide variety of animals from Asia, Australia and Africa, representing a broad mix of species that is unlike any other zoo in the country.