Zoo Dangerous-Animal Squads Arm for a Weighty ResponsibilityIt's a weighty commitment for people who work among animals they might one day have to kill. But team members understand the need to do it if a human life is in danger.
Zoo Officials Seek Tax Help From St. Charles CountyCounty leaders challenge zoo officials to consider charging for admission as new revenue source.
TIAM Sunday December 27thFlooding, Fruitcake, "Youth" and a Blue's birthday.
St. Louis Zoo On Track For Attendance Goal"We couldn't be happier with where we are." Zoo president Doctor Jeffrey Bonner says.
Busch Siblings Fear Future of Grant's Farm Could Be As A SubdivisionThe four who want the zoo to take over worry that Billy doesn't have a viable business plan and will end up selling the farm to housing developers.
Saint Louis Zoo Defends Its Ban On GunsDeschamp argued that the zoo is a daycare institution, an educational institution and an amusement park.
Billy Busch Says He Can Afford to Keep Grant's Farm in Family"Grant's Farm is definitely a treasure to St. Louis, and I want nothing more than to keep in the family," Billy Busch told Charlie Brennan on KMOX Thursday morning.
Saint Louis Zoo Considering Buying Grant's FarmZoo officials said they would complete the purchase only if they could generate enough public funding to operate Grant's Farm - some $3.5 to $8.5 million, annually.
Bike Patrol to Prevent Animal Cruelty in Parked CarsThe task force works with the Humane Society to look for animals left in parked cars on hot day.
First-Ever Hatch of Horned Guan Chicks at Saint Louis ZooThe Saint Louis Zoo today announced that two critically endangered horned guan chicks hatched at the zoo on Friday, Aug. 7—the first for the zoo, and only the second recorded breeding of the species in the United States.
World Elephant Day to be Celebrated Today at Saint Louis ZooToday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saint Louis Zoo visitors can meet members of the Zoo’s three-generation Asian elephant family in River’s Edge, participate in interactive elephant-themed activities and hear keeper chats.
Saint Louis Zoo 'Doing Well Financially'Bonner says endowments continue to rise and so does visitor spending on parking, concessions and souvenirs.