OktoBEARfest Returns To The Maryland Zoo With Over 50 Beers On TapThe Maryland Zoo announced that "OktoBEARfest, presented by Chase," is returning this year, and tickets are on sale Monday.
Maryland Zoo In Baltimore Welcomes Two New Bachelors To Their CrewThe Maryland Zoo in Baltimore has two new additions in its African journey exhibit.
Colobus Monkey Pair Welcomes Its 3rd Baby At The Maryland Zoo In BaltimoreThe Maryland Zoo in Baltimore welcomes a new addition. A black-and-white colobus monkey was born in the Chimpanzee Forest.
Maryland Zoo In Baltimore Welcomes Anuli & Juma To The Giraffe HouseTwo new roommates have moved into the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore. A couple of 1-year-old female giraffes are now residing in the Giraffe House.
A Guide To The Maryland ZooMake your trip to the Maryland Zoo memorable by following this guide.
Maryland Zoo Stays Open Late For 'After Hours With The Animals'The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore is staying open late for an event called "After Hours with the Animals."
Anne Arundel's 'Animal Whisperer' Takes All ComersIt's days like those when Anne Arundel Animal Control Officer Krystal Ackerson's previous job working at the Baltimore Zoo with exotic animals comes in handy. Ackerson, 30, said she has to adjust quickly to whatever comes her way whether it's furry, slimy or scaly.
Maryland Zoo Welcomes Baby Colobus MonkeyThe Maryland Zoo in Baltimore says it is welcoming a new black-and-white colobus monkey baby.
New Lioness & Giraffe Debut At The Maryland ZooChristmas came early for the Maryland Zoo. Two young animals are now calling it home.
Saturday, June 9, 2012Golf in high heels? An event in Lutherville is raising money for the Maryland House of Ruth. A sheriff is flying high--nearly for free! Also, Turtle talk with Meteorologist Tim Williams and Gigi Barnett.
African Penguin Exhibit At Baltimore Zoo Draws CrowdsThe 52 African penguins at The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore will chew on shoe laces, hide underneath rocks and skirmish among themselves.
Md. Zoo's Leopard Tree Will Be Laid To RestIt's been standing for nearly two centuries, but it's coming down.