Check out what’s happening at Caldwell Zoo! Here you’ll find both recent news and information on upcoming events at the Zoo.
Pearl, the otter, arrived on our doorstep after being deemed non-releasable by a local rehabber. Although we don't know for sure, we believe she is about two years old. After she completes her 30-day quarantine, our zookeepers will slowly introduce her to our current group of otters.
As you can see, Pearl is a playful bundle of joy, always excited to see her caretakers!
This past spring, the zoo welcomed two new bobcats from Southwest Conservation Center. Our new brother and sister pair is about a year and a half old. They were orphaned and hand-raised, so they were not able to be released into the wild. As of right now, they are on exhibit every other day. They have not yet been introduced to our older pair but our zookeepers are slowing working on acquainting them.
Environmental enrichment is an important part of everyday life at Caldwell Zoo. Come see our critters enjoy some extra-special treats. May 2, 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
"On May 15, 2015 the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will observe Endangered Species Day in order to recognize the national conservation effort to protect our nation's endangered species and their habitats." Join us as we highlight some of the endangered species living at the Caldwell Zoo. May 16, 1:30-4:00 p.m.
Come enjoy a special evening at the zoo! You are welcome to bring your picnic supper or enjoy food from our Chakula Café. There will be behind-the-scenes looks as well as keeper chats throughout the evening. Of course, you will want to stop by the concession stands for a complimentary sno-cone and have fun feeding the birds at Wild Bird Walkabout with a complimentary seed stick. June 5, 5:00-8:00 p.m.