A giant otter with its mouth open.

Zoo Update from GLAZA President Tom Jacobson – January 2023

GLAZA President Tom Jacobson is celebrating 2022 and looking forward to some special projects in 2023 that will move the Zoo closer to its goals.[…]

Male big horn sheep

Zoo Update from Director and CEO Denise M. Verret – December 2022

The holiday season is my absolute favorite time of the year. It reminds me of another year gone by and of the opportunity for reflection, as we look back at our progress and impact and renew our spirits for a brand-new year to come—a new year that will bring with it opportunities for continued growth and lasting connections.[…]

Bali myna starling Star photo by Jamie Pham

Animal Update: Star the Bali Myna Saved from Trafficking

You’re going to want to hear what’s happened since the episode was recorded.[…]

People standing inside a giant illuminated crocodile mouth

Zoo Update from GLAZA president Tom Jacobson – November 2022

We are thrilled that L.A. Zoo Lights is returning beginning November 18, 2022, as L.A. Zoo Lights: Animals Aglow.[…]

Zoo visitors at the Beloved Pets Ofrenda

Zoo Update from CEO and Director Denise M. Verret – October 2022

It’s a great time to enjoy the outside and connect with wildlife and nature, and your Los Angeles Zoo is doing just that in a variety of ways.[…]

<strong>Chacoan peccaries live among thorny scrub brush and cacti in Bolivia, Argentina, and Paraguay.</strong> Photo by Jamie Pham

Zoo Update from GLAZA President Tom Jacobson – September 2022

In every season, we remain so grateful to GLAZA members and volunteers for your passionate support of the Zoo’s mission to save species from extinction.[…]