Five-year- old NeeCee, a female snow leopard at the Louisville Zoo, has tested positive for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19 in humans. The Zoo is awaiting confirmatory results of the other two male snow leopards – Kimti and Meru. Find Out More
PRESENTED BY PNC FOUNDATION. The Louisville Zoo, in partnership with StageOne Family Theatre, is bringing the Zoo’s first-ever children’s book “The Truth About Zoos: Annie’s Awesome Adventures” to life during Annie’s Awesome Virtual Event. Find Out More
The Zoo has a number of great gift-giving ideas this year that are popular with families and nature lovers, while making a world of difference to the Louisville Zoo and to endangered wildlife. Find Out More
To honor those who are serving and who have served our country in military service, the Zoo is offering active and retired military and their dependents FREE general admission on Veterans Day, Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2020 thanks to our sponsor T-Mobile. Find Out More
This year, the Louisville Zoo’s wildest 5K in town — Throo the Zoo presented by Norton Audubon Hospital — will be run virtually only. The Zoo has cancelled this year’s in-person portion in an abundance of caution and following the recommendations of Kentucky Governor Beshear. Find Out More
The Louisville Zoo is saddened to say goodbye to 30-year-old California sea lion Triton who was humanely euthanized today.
“It is never easy to say goodbye to one of our animal ambassadors. Triton is certainly no exception,” said Louisville Zoo Director John Walczak. “Triton lived a good long life at Glacier Run thanks to our excellent keepers and veterinary staff. Find Out More
The Zoo’s Backyard Action Hero guidebook is now available for parents and teachers as a resource for NTI, home school and beyond. This year’s theme of the conservation-minded guide is “Learn How to be a Scientist” and the booklet is available at the Zoo’s website at LouisvilleZoo.org/BAH. Find Out More