Maryland Zoo CEO To Step Down In 2020The Maryland Zoological Society has formed a search committee to find Mr. Hutchinson's successor.
Baltimore Man Finds 8-Foot Boa Constrictor Near Lake MontebelloIan Mack, who found the snake, said he passed the snake on to Wildlife Adventures, a wildlife awareness education outreach program in Baltimore. 
April The Giraffe Is Heading Into Retirement, Onto Birth ControlFive children are enough for internet celebrity April the giraffe, and the 17-year-old is ready to go on birth control.
Trumpeter Swan Hatches At The Maryland ZooThe hatchling called a cygnet, hatched after more than 30 days of incubating, the Zoo said. 
Baby Opossums Rescued By Aberdeen Police Officer After Mama Opossum Struck By TrainAn Aberdeen police officer rescued baby opossums after their mother was struck and killed by a train.
Maryland Zoo Welcomes New Cheetah Brothers Bud & DavisBrothers Bud and Davis arrived in March from the Lee G. Simmons Conservation Park and Wildlife Safari in Ashland, Nebraska.
Chelsea Clinton Reads New Children's Book At Maryland Zoo On Endangered AnimalsClinton said the new book titled, "Don't Let Them Disappear" is shedding light on endangered animals. She said her goal is to educate and show every child they are precious and valuable.
Maryland Zoo Welcomes New Addra Gazelle Calf 'Magpie'"Magpie" was born December 1 to parents Pipit and Mukuru.
Maryland Zoo Joins Efforts To Save Abandoned Flamingo Chicks In South Africa The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore has sent along help to Cape Town, South Africa, to support the rescue and rehabilitation of 285 lesser flamingo chicks that were part of over 1,800 chicks abandoned at their nesting grounds during an extreme drought in January.
'Jaharo', Maryland Zoo's White Rhino, Dies At Age 6The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore announced that Jaharo died suddenly on Sunday in the early afternoon.
New Foal Born On Assateague IslandA new wild pony was born on Assateague Island last week.