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Gorge pikas resilient in wake of Eagle Creek Fire

New findings from Cascades Pika Watch — a collaboration of organizations and individual pika researchers convened by the Oregon Zoo — show pikas surviving in the wake of the Eagle Creek Fire.

Red alert: New lemurs join zoo conspiracy

The Oregon Zoo welcomed two red-ruffed lemurs this week. At 2 years old, twin sisters Thalia and Calliope are the youngest members of the family, and also the largest.

Zoo awards nearly $25,000 in grants for Northwest conservation

California condors, wolverines, Columbia Basin pygmy rabbits and other species native to the Pacific Northwest got some much-needed help this week as the Oregon Zoo Foundation awarded nearly $25,000 among six regional conservation efforts through its Future for Wildlife grant program.

Zoo butterfly lab is on track for an eggs-ceptional year

The Oregon Zoo's butterfly conservation lab closed out its busiest egg-laying season in a decade this month: More than 3,800 Oregon silverspot eggs were laid as part of a focused effort to save this imperiled Northwest pollinator.

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