A black jaguar that has lived at the Salisbury Zoo for more than 20 years has been euthanized.
Times are hard and money is tight, so what is a frugal weekender to do? Fortunately, there are some places that a person on a budget can visit within driving distance without breaking the bank. Here are a few of our top picks.
The Salisbury Zoo in Maryland’s Eastern Shore just got two new endangered primates.
It’s purely coincidental, say zoo organizers, that “Chaska” arrives at the Salisbury Zoological Park in time for Mother’s Day.
Baltimore has an active conservation-minded community and there are a number of Earth Day events being held in the area.
It prowls the banks of Beaverdam Creek under the cover of night, hunting for its favorite meal.
The Salisbury Zoo is opening a new exhibit devoted to animals of Australia and is saying goodbye to its director.
The director of the Salisbury Zoo is leaving to become vice president and general curator of the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans.
The Salisbury Zoo is holding its annual Halloween event.
The Salisbury Zoo is preparing to welcome an Australian exhibit that will include wallabies and emus.
As the season cools off and kids get back in the school groove, it’s the perfect time to take a family road trip along the outer cape of portion of Maryland. Make the long trek to the beach much more tolerable by stopping at some of these sites to truly spend quality time with your loved ones.
Led by the National Aquarium in Baltimore, these zoos and aquariums are nationally and internationally known. Animal lovers and wildlife enthusiasts have plenty of places around Baltimore to get close to the animal kingdom.