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Conservation Partners are an integral part of your Zoo’s mission to “Better the Bond Between People and Our Planet.” Each time you visit your Zoo, you aid in this mission. For every general admission ticket sold, $0.25 is contributed and for every … Find Out More
THINK ENERGY! Hey Kids! We know you’ve heard a lot of grownups talking about “conserving energy.”But what does this really mean? We all use energy each day, at home, at school and in lots of other places. In order to … Find Out More
The Louisville Zoo is full of excitement as the Blackfooted Ferret Recovery Program is set to celebrate its 25th year in 2016! Black-footed Ferrets (BFFs) were long considered one of North America’s most endangered animals before finally being declared extinct … Find Out More
The sun is beautiful in Denver. Locals tells us that is is sunny 300 days of the year here. A contrast to our usually gray winters in Kentucky. We got an early start for the 90 min. drive to the … Find Out More
We arrived in Holly, Colorado around 3:30 p.m. Mountain time. We pulled off the main road and made our way down the long drive way to Cathcart Ranch. Just before arriving at the private ranch we had made one stop to meet … Find Out More
We are 45 minutes out from Holly, Colorado and getting excited to celebrate our 25th anniversary by releasing 30 Black-footed ferrets (BFF) on two sites this evening. We’ve been talking about these little critters and the prairie landscape of Colorado. … Find Out More
Wheels up. United Airlines departs Louisville at 9 a.m. for a direct flight to Denver, Colorado. On board is myself, Kyle Shepherd, Public Relations Manager and documentarian for this trip and Conservation Center keeper and resident black-footed ferret (BFF) guru … Find Out More