News Releases

  1. It’s a Boy! Greenville Zoo Announces Gender of Baby Siamang

    The Greenville Zoo announced today that the baby siamang born on January 6 to parents, Oscar and Ella, is a male. The baby is the pair’s second offspring, providing George, their two-year-old, with a baby brother. Read on...
  2. Greenville Zoo to Reopen after Rountine Maintenance

    The Greenville Zoo will reopen to the general public Saturday, February 11 after two weeks of routine maintenance. Read on...
  3. Zoo Announces Birth of Endangered Siamang

    Amid preparations for the season’s first winter weather event, the Greenville Zoo welcomed a new member of the zoo family on Friday – a baby siamang born to parents, Ella (27) and Oscar (25). More about Siamang Birth
  4. Miles Joins His New Giraffe Family on Exhibit

    Miles, the Greenville Zoo’s new seven-year-old male Masai giraffe, has cleared quarantine and has joined Autumn and Tatu on exhibit. More about Miles
  5. Zoo Welcomes Miles the Giraffe

    The Greenville Zoo welcomed a new resident to the zoo family this week. His name is Miles and he is a seven-year-old male Masai giraffe. More
  6. Orangutan Species Survival Program Prompts Changes for Greenville Zoo

    Greenville Zoo administrator Jeff Bullock announced today that Mia and Chelsea, the zoo’s Bornean orangutans, are scheduled to be transferred to other zoos at the end of the month as part of the Orangutan Species Survival Program. More about orangutans
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