Hubert and Kalisa, both 15-year-old African lions, made their public debut Friday morning in Griffith Park.
Spring has nearly sprung, and there are a myriad of events happening in March to get you outside the house.
A record 21 California condors had to be brought in to the Los Angeles Zoo this month to be treated for lead toxicity, zoo officials said Tuesday.
Going to the zoo in Los Angeles is a popular way for people to bond with each other without words while in the presence of animals.
Melissa Grossenbacher, Associate Director of Special Events of the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association, Jon Guenther, lead zookeeper at the LA Zoo and Jeromy Chenault, a zookeeper at the LA Zoo stopped by KCAL9 to tell viewers about the new 18-and-up Roaring Nights nighttime series!
“NCIS” Actress Pauley Perrette stopped by KCAL9 Friday to discuss the Tom Mankiewicz Leadership Award, which she will receive at the 43rd Annual Beastly Ball Fundraiser this weekend!
A non-profit affiliated with the city-owned Los Angeles Zoo announced Monday that it will spend $2 million in order to market the zoo’s programs, exhibits, and wildlife conservation efforts.
While the East Coast hunkers down in preparation for Hurricane Sandy, count your lucky stars and enjoy our great SoCal weather and Halloween. Finally.
The Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association dropped its bid Thursday to manage the Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens, which may lead to layoffs and higher admission fees.
Adult male chimpanzees will now be kept away from newborns at the Los Angeles Zoo, a new policy adopted in the wake of the killing of a baby in June.
Get ready to groove to the music while hanging ten on the Pacific Ocean waves. This week has events that will have children celebrating reading, learning the best NFL skills and hanging out with the […]
A Pacific Palisades teenager is trying to herd the world toward better awareness of elephant abuse.
Ticket prices are going up again at the Los Angeles Zoo, the fifth ticket increase in as many years.
Whether you’re looking to lean out of the box or kick convention to the curb altogether, LA offers plenty of options for tying the knot in your own unique style.
Jabba, the Los Angeles Zoo’s only hippopotamus, has died. Jabba was 28.