Valentine’s Day is approaching. Whether that makes you cry out with joy, or flat out cry, #NameARoach is here to help. For $10 name a Bronx Zoo cockroach after your sweetie, or cement an ex’s place in history. Happy naming! [ Bit.ly Link ]
The bushmaster is the largest venomous snake in the Western Hemisphere, and has a fearsome reputation to match. They’re incredible predators with infrared vision that makes them lethal. You can see this young one up close, but not too close, at the World of Reptiles. #WCSWildView [ Bit.ly Link ]
New year, new you, new race, and it’s for a great cause. Run for the Wild, presented by Con Edison, is back at the Bronx Zoo. Saturday, April 29, join us for our annual 5K run/walk for the animal of your choosing. Ready, set, register!
Last chance: We accomplished so much during the Elephant Origami Challenge, like setting a new Guinness World Records title! This weekend is your last chance to see some of the incredible origami in person. Don’t miss it! [ Bit.ly Link ]
Did you know we’re open in the winter? In fact, some of our favorite photos have been taken during the colder months. Check out some of our favorites to see why snow days are better at the zoo. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Attention people ages 14-24: have you always wanted to work with animals? Now’s your chance. We’re looking for the next generation of conservationists and need you! Join us February 18 for the first ever Youth Job, Internship, and Volunteer Expo to learn about the positions that are available at WCS.
It was hard to choose, but we picked out a few of our favorite photos from this past year. There were some great moments like the arrival of our Malayan tiger cub duo, and our Birds in Flight show this summer. Take a look, and here’s to 2017.