News Releases

  1. Greenville Zoo Receives Grant from Association of Zoos & Aquariums

    The Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) has awarded the Greenville Zoo a 2017-2018 Nature Play Begins at Your Zoo & Aquarium grant for the zoo’s Nature Play Head Start Extension program. More about the AZA grant
  2. More Change for Greenville Zoo’s Giraffe Family

    Greenville Zoo director Jeff Bullock announced today that the Masai Giraffe Species Survival Plan (SSP) Steering Committee has recommended that Tatu, the zoo’s youngest giraffe, be transferred to the Lehigh Valley Zoo in Schnecksville, Pennsylvania. More about Tatu
  3. Rare Leopards Born at Greenville Zoo

    The Greenville Zoo is celebrating the birth of two Amur leopard cubs, born April 29. More about leopard birth
  4. Zoo Announces Gender of Ocelot Kittens

    The Greenville Zoo announced today that the pair of ocelot kittens born to Oz and Evita on March 8 are males. More about ocelot kittens
  5. Zoo Introduces New Additions to Ocelot Family

    Oz and Evita, the Greenville Zoo’s ocelot pair, welcomed their second litter on March 8 – an announcement zoo staff has delayed making until now to give the two kittens time to mature. More about ocelot kittens
  6. 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...
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