St. Louis Zoo
The Zoo’s 42-year-old Asian elephant, Ellie, gave birth to a baby girl around 11 p.m. Friday.
In the end, they had to tase a man who was trying to climb into the antelope enclosure at Forest Park overnight.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says Alaskan cub will go to Buffalo, NY first.
If you’ve been nesting indoors all winter instead of getting out to enjoy those seasonal changes, don’t worry. It’s not too late to enjoy the last dregs of winter in the Lou.
There is one place you can count on to stay open, no matter what the weather is like: the St. Louis Zoo.
Records show 3,519,926 people visited the St. Louis zoo in 2012.
The break-ins happened Friday night as several Girl Scout troops were at the zoo for a campout.
Whether you’re looking for field trips, educational programs, or a support network, St. Louis has plenty of resources for homeschool families.
The St. Louis Zoo is looking for what it calls “citizen scientists” to keep an eye on frogs and toads.
Today, Kevin hears from Zoo Director Dr. Jeffrey Bonner and Elephant Activist Margo Cavanaugh on how the elephants feel about their life at the Zoo…