Wildlife lecture to focus on saving Borneo elephants

With their smaller bodies, oversized ears and perpetual baby-faces, Borneo’s pygmy elephants are perhaps the most charismatic of Asian elephants. They are also the... Read More

March 22, 2016

Scientists hopeful for monarchs after storm

With winter wrapping up and the monarchs preparing to journey north, an unexpected snowstorm hit the forests of Michoacán, Mexico, last week. Estimates vary, but... Read More

March 17, 2016

Baby bat turns frowns upside-down

In most cases, "cute" isn't the first word that springs to mind when you think of bats. But a heartwarming new series of mother-and-pup portraits by Oregon Zoo... Read More

March 14, 2016

5 reasons why Oregon Zoo gets food sustainability right

Every day, visitors and staff are supporting the community and wildlife conservation through the Oregon Zoo's restaurants and concession stands.

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March 11, 2016

Scientists on the lookout for 'lost fox' in Oregon Cascades

Only one native subspecies of mountain-dwelling fox roams Oregon's Cascades, and until recently it was assumed to be the Cascades red fox — the same montane... Read More

March 10, 2016
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