The executive director and CEO of the Sacramento Zoo for more than 14 years died on Thursday at the age of 61. She was on her way to the Galapagos Islands when she suffered a brain aneurysm. Later, she was declared brain dead, and then suffered a massive heart attack.
The Sacramento Zoo announced Friday that its director and CEO, Mary Healy, has died.
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The Sacramento Zoo has announced that nine Burrowing owl chicks have hatched.
Sacramento has a number of wonderful opportunities for animal lovers to volunteer and enjoy. Some have prerequisites, while others are simple items you can do when you have 15 minutes to spare. Read on to see where you fit into the animal lover’s volunteer opportunities.
The horrifying images of the young giraffe named Marius being killed with a bolt gun, an ensuing autopsy in front of children, and the feeding of the giraffe to lions have spread like wildfire across the Internet.
With so much to see and do, the hardest choice can be where to start. Here’s a great list to go off of.
Veterinary surgeons at the Sacramento Zoo are removing obstructions caused by stones in a Sumatran tiger’s urinary tract.
Create a day of fun-filled excitement when visiting the Sacramento Zoo with this all-inclusive guide.
The Sacramento Zoo has euthanized a snow leopard after the animal suffered a back injury that left it unable to move around comfortably.
For the first time Tuesday, the public was able to set eyes on the Sacramento Zoo’s 3-month-old Sumatran Tiger cub.
An endangered Sumatran tiger gave birth to a male cub in the early hours of March 3 at the Sacramento Zoo.