While the Zoo is closed to the public, we want to #BringTheStlZooToYou! We have asked our animal care team to share some photos and videos of our animals. Please keep in mind we will be operating under unusual circumstances and limited staff. Our first priority is the care and well-being of our animals, but when we can, we will be happy to add something fun and positive to your newsfeed!

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Don't forget our STLZOOm live webinars and virtual Conservation Learning opportunities thanks to our Saint Louis Zoo Educators!

Our staff remain dedicated to the animals in our care. Your support is vital to our future. Please consider making a contribution to our Critical Animal Care Fund

The Saint Louis Zoo has announced Saturday, June 13 as its reopening date for the public. Read full info: stlzoo.org/guestnotice

May 11, 2020

Virtual Conservation Learning

Each week we are happy to offer new virtual conservation learning opportunities and STLZOOm webinars from our Education Department. Learn about our amazing Zoo, conservation efforts, ways to help animals and more through games, classes, tours, shows, activities and lectures. 
 
Check out STLZOOMs and Virtual Conservation Learning for this week’s offerings and catch up on previous videos and activities like this great Sidewalk Chalk Art Tutorial.

 

Lazy Stripes

#KeeperPerspective Much like many people at home this Grevy’s zebra is taking this opportunity to sleep in a bit later than usual. #BringTheStlZooToYou

Photo: Robin Winkelman

New Chicks

#KeeperPerspective Crested wood partridge chicks can run to keep up with mom and dad shortly after hatching. This means that they need to be really good at scratching around for tasty bugs and seeds. At the time of this video, our older chick is 22 days old and is showing its younger siblings, both 11 days old, how to turn up the best bugs for breakfast. #BringTheStlZooToYou