Emergency Support Fund

Help offset the cost of care for our animals during this time.

Zoo to You

Virtual Safari

Denver Zoo may be closed, but our animal care staff is still providing vital care for our nearly 3,000 animal residents. And we're here to keep you informed, entertained and engaged with daily videos, wildlife-themed activity ideas and much more!

Baby Rhino Cam!

Watch our little greater one-horned rhino calf hang out with mom, Tensing, in her baby-proofed indoor bedroom. She’s spending more and more time outside now in Toyota Elephant Passage now that it’s warmer, so check back soon if you don’t see her!

Latest Updates

Groucho the Asian Elephant

DZTV | April 2nd, 2020 | 1 PM MT

Join us in Toyota Elephant Passage, with our elephant keepers and Groucho! Groucho is our oldest Asian elephant at 50 years old. He's a geriatric elephant who requires some specialized care, so you'll see him getting a foot check and nail trim, as well as some physical therapy from his two favorite keepers.

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Veterinary Medicine - Stuffed Animal Checkup

Family Fun | March 31st, 2020 | 1 PM MT

Ever wonder what being a member of our veterinary team is like? See for yourselves

Your favorite stuffed animal is due for a check-up; be the vet! Can you take care of your pal just like the expert veterinarians at Denver Zoo?

Be sure to check their temperature, weight, body condition, and teeth. Don't forget to give them their vitamins!

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Family Fun

Stretch It Out

Family Fun | March 31st, 2020 | 1 PM MT

At times, our older animal residents need additional care and support. If an injury or arthritis is present, they may receive physical therapy, special exercises, massages, or even acupuncture. See for yourself! Join us LIVE, as we help Joe, the 15-year-old kudo, strengthen his muscles with specialized stretches.

Now you try – stretch it out! Stretching keeps muscles flexible, strong, and healthy. Get up and stretch!

• Toe Touches: bend over and touch your toes.
• Reach for the Stars: raise your arms high above your head.
• Trunk Twists: twist your body from side to side.

20 Nature Play Ideas

We’re ALL ready a bit of good news these days, so here it is: one of the healthiest things you can do for your family right now is to simply GO OUTSIDEIn addition to being one of the few remaining CDC-approved activities that involve fresh air, nature play has been proven to have powerful benefits for both bodies and brains—not just for kids, but for parents, too!  

Conservation Corner

Become a citizen scientist and save wildlife from the comfort of your own home! Click below to take part in our Colorado Corridors Project by identifying local wildlife in photos captured by remote cameras along I-70, then check out Zooniverse to see what other projects you can help with!

Your Membership Helps Us Care for Animals

As a non-profit organization, we rely on the support of our members to care for our 3,000 wild and wonderful animals—especially during this unexpected hiatus. Become a member today to become an important part of our support system. You won’t miss a single day of benefits; your membership will automatically start when Denver Zoo reopens.

Join now and enter code SUPPORT20 to save $16 on a full year of membership!