Each month, the Niabi Zoo will host scientists discussing real issues in zoology, conservation, veterinary medicine, ecology, animal behavior, horticulture and more. These are presentations by people with specialized and deep knowledge of species and issues that are related to the natural world.

Share the Love of Animals

at our Breakfast with

the Love Birds


On Saturday, February 17, bring your "love bird" out to the Zoo for a Valentine themed breakfast and meet some of our lovely birds. Families are welcome to get up close and personal with some of our personable parrots after the breakfast which starts at 8:30am.


On Saturday, January 20 you can enjoy a catered breakfast in the Oceans Gallery at 8:30am. Afterward, you will have the rare opportunity to go behind the scenes to meet our gregarious pair of Bactrian Camels. Wild Bactrian Camels are a critically endangered species. Be among the first zoo guests to ever meet the camels in their house!

There are spaces still available but you need to register by Tuesday, January 16.

More Winter Wonders Zoo Camp!

Come to the Zoo for Winter Break Camp!


Since our Winter Break Zoo Camp sold out in 2 days, we have added additional sessions to accommodate the demand. You still have a chance to register your children (Ages 6-12 yrs.) for our afternoon Camp (1-4pm) on December 27, 28, 29 or for all 3 afternoons!


Nov. 11 | 9-10 a.m.


We're hosting Breakfast with the Bald Eagle on Veteran's Day, Nov. 11. Start your day in the Oceans gallery enjoying a warm breakfast buffet, and then head out to the Bald Eagle exhibit. Even though the zoo will be closed for the winter, you will receive a private tour to see and learn about our Bald Eagle and the successful conservation program that saved our national symbol from extinction. 



Boo at the Zoo

Mark your calendars for this weekend's "merry not scary" Halloween event at Niabi. Boo at the Zoo is Oct. 28 and Oct. 29 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Revel in trick-or-treat stations, decorated trails and Zookeeper Chats, perfect for the young and young at heart. Don't forget your costume! 


Watch bats during the day? YOU CAN do it at Niabi!


Come see the new bats at Niabi Zoo! The exhibit, which features Seba's short-tailed bats, uses lighting systems and other technologies to reverse day and night making the animals active and alert for visitor's "night exhibit" experience.

Passionate about animals? Consider becoming a Volunteer at the Niabi Zoo! We are hosting a Volunteer Information Session on Wed. Aug. 2 at 6:30pm in the Zoo Administration Building. Come learn about the commitments and requirements for our exciting positions!

Make a fall visit to the Niabi Zoo

It's just about time to wrap up the 2015 season, but you still have time to come out for a fall walk to see the leaves changing color.

Tuesday - Saturday
10 am - 4 pm
11 am - 4 pm
Last admission at 3 pm each day
Dress the kids in their costumes and trick-or-treat during the day at the zoo. Stop at the vendor booths for treats as you stroll through the zoo at this merry not scary Halloween event.
The event is free for zoo members. Regular admission rates apply.
Saturday, October 24 and Sunday, October 25
10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.


The kids are back in school and soon fall will be here. When the seasons change, so do the zoo's hours.
Tuesday - Saturday
10 am - 4 pm
11 am - 4 pm
Last admission at 3 pm each day. The last pony rides of the season will be September 7. Purchase tickets at the zoo's entrance gate.
There are three more Breakfast with the Animals dates for this season. Enjoy a warm breakfast buffet at 8:30 am then do a zoo activity. The activities change and may include a visit behind the scenes, an up close animal encounter or a chance to speak with the keepers.
The program ends around 9:30 am, then explore Niabi Zoo before the gates open for the day at 10 am.
Sept 19 Monkeys
Oct 17 In the Jungle
Dec 5 Visit with Santa
Zoo Members $18, Non-Members $22
Sign up for Zoo Tots classes, starting September 10 and running through April 16. The class topic is the same Thursday and Saturday, and topics change each month.
The 60-minute class includes craft time, a story and animal encounter.
Members receive discounted class registration.