News Releases

  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. Greenville Zoo Wins CILC Pinnacle Award

    Greenville Zoo Education wins a coveted award from the Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration! More
  4. Greenville Zoo Supporting Amur Leopard Conservation Efforts

    For years, the Greenville Zoo has supported Amur leopard conservation efforts through its cooperation with the Amur Leopard Species Survival Program (SSP). More
  5. Zoo Offers New Early Admission for Brew in the Zoo

    The Greenville Zoo invites zoo-goers to tap into the wild at the annual Brew in the Zoo presented by RJ Rockers Brewing Company, set for Friday, May 27 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. More
  6. Zoo Announces Changes in Giraffe Family

    Greenville Zoo officials announced today that Walter, the zoo’s male giraffe, is among 20 Masai giraffes from across North America that the Giraffe Species Survival Program (SSP) has recommended for transfer to other facilities. More
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