After three months in rehab, Jesup the manatee is free to resume his normal life. The Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens released the 3-year-old male in Salt Springs Recreation Area.
A 5-year-old southern white rhinoceros named Kipenzi — "loved one" in Swahili — has arrived at the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens.
Just in time for World Penguin Day this weekend, the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens announced the hatching of a Magellanic penguin chick to parents Oreo and Kowalski.
The new addition is the first western lowland gorilla to be born at Florida's Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens since 2018
Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens, Downtown Vision and the Audubon Society of both Duval and St. Johns counties are teaming up in an initiative called Lights Out Northeast Florida.
Some otter-ly adorable babies have officially made their public debut at Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens.
Because of the cold temperatures during winter, some manatees have become cold-stressed. It’s resulted in a record number of mammals in rehab at the Jacksonville Zoo.
The Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens has a bongo birth announcement: Two female calves of a critically endangered antelope species are ready for their close-ups.
AJ made his public debut earlier this month, exactly two years after the loss of the zoo's beloved male giraffe, Duke.
ZOOLights, which transforms the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens into a colorful and festive winter wonderland, returns for its annual holiday run.
Most people may go to the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens to feed a giraffe or see a real jaguar, but they also are supporting global conservation efforts that occur behind the scenes.
Animal nutrition is a highly specialized, complex and crucial behind-the-scenes component of zoo operations.
Lusia marks the third manatee release for the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens in 2020
‘Lights Out Northeast Florida’ highlights impact lights have on bird’s migration
“With 2,000 animals to care for at the zoo, we know each by name and build a relationship just like a parent and child. It’s important for us to create trust and rapport,” said Persky.
Jacksonville’s most enchanting Halloween celebration is back!