Los Angeles Zoo
Spring has nearly sprung, and there are a myriad of events happening in March to get you outside the house.
The month of August is here, and there is no way to deny it. Instead of wondering where the days went, plan where you will be this week.
Los Angeles zoos and aquariums aren’t just places to learn about animals. Take a gander at five fantastic events taking place in the month or months ahead.
If you are looking for a way to pass the week, here is a rundown of events that will keep you busy and entertained.
“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.
Celebrate spring with one of these events in Southern California.
A 31-year-old male orangutan died at the Los Angeles Zoo, officials announced Friday.
Los Angeles Zoo officials confirm that a 23-year-old lioness was euthanized Friday after her health quickly deteriorated over the last month.
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.
Ticket prices are going up again at the Los Angeles Zoo, the fifth ticket increase in as many years.
The Los Angeles Zoo has already launched an investigation into the fatal mauling of a baby chimpanzee by an adult male chimp Tuesday but an L.A. County official wants Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa to get involved.
An investigation is underway Wednesday at the Los Angeles Zoo, after a baby chimpanzee was killed by an adult male chimp.
Meryl Streep got an early birthday present Tuesday, wrapped in snowy white fur.