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The Santa Barbara Zoo is pleased to announce that the California Condor Cam is now live again, and people from around the world can watch a newly hatched condor chick in real-time.
The Santa Barbara Zoo is saddened to share that Mary Lou, the 58-year-old American alligator, has passed away.
Santa Barbara Zoo Announces Next Chapter in Monty the Penguin’s Rise to Stardom: “Monty’s Marvelous Adventures”
Penguin’s pandemic quarantine adventures captured in a new book about differences and acceptance
The Santa Barbara Zoo gets in the holiday spirit with festive decor and more through December 31.
Best-selling author has featured the Santa Barbara Zoo in a new book on the key roles the zoo played in the California Condor Recovery Program.
The Santa Barbara Zoo is deeply saddened to share the loss of a female Masai giraffe calf born on Tuesday, July 21.
Lucky, a Humboldt penguin at the Santa Barbara Zoo, who made national headlines for wearing a specially designed shoe, was humanely euthanized after battling a degenerative foot condition.
The Santa Barbara Zoo is getting ready to say goodbye to Amirah (female Masai giraffe) and Wyatt (male Amur leopard) who will be departing on March 10, as part of their respective Species Survival Plans.
Live Appearances by “PAW Patrol” Characters at Santa Barbara Zoo’s First “Zoo-a-Palooza”
Kids’ Party on Friday, June 14 from 4:30 to 8 p.m.