Saturday is Heels For Hope, which benefits the House of Ruth. Also, the Maryland Zoo has plans to celebrate World Giraffe Day.
The Maryland Zoo plans to offer a free shuttle for visitors coming from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.
The Kinetic Sculpture Race is Saturday! Also, Brew at the Zoo is coming up.
The Baltimore School for the Arts presents its Russian history project. Also, the Maryland Zoo is here.
Animal keepers at the National Zoo have saved a sloth bear cub after two others were eaten by the mother.
The Maryland Zoo had to put down a female member of its African elephant herd. Dolly, who came to the Baltimore Zoo more than 30 years ago, was euthanized on Sunday.
The lion cubs at the Maryland Zoo are being introduced to the public. Also, Man of La Mancha is coming to Baltimore.
The Maryland Zoo has information on events, now that it’s warming up (soon, we hope).
Don and Marty had “Coffee With” Towson Tigers basketball coach Pat Skerry. Ron Matz had “People Are Talking” about summer camp at the Maryland Zoo.
The stars of the Maryland Zoo finally meet their adoring fans. This weekend, thousands came out for a first look at the zoo’s three precious lion cubs. WJZ has been following their progress very closely.
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore has euthanized its geriatric male cheetah, Rafiki. Suffering from kidney disease, arthritis and other age-related ailments, Rafiki was put down Wednesday.
There are new photos and video of the lion cubs at the Maryland Zoo. They’re growing by leaps and bounds under the care and supervision of the animal department staff at the zoo.