With the world’s oceans and rivers increasingly choked with plastic waste, the San Antonio Zoo is challenging local businesses to do their part to help, starting with the straw.
San Antonio Zoo biologists plan to introduce dozens of horned lizard babies reared at the zoo to a 2,000-acre ranch.
If you’re planning on staying in the area this Labor Day, here are a few things to keep in mind.
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San Antonio Zoo officials are working toward a bold plan to expand the 104-year-old zoo beyond its quarry wall and create a safari-like experience.
Biologists and naturalists fear a steady flow of treated sewage will spell disaster for one of the last untouched Hill Country spring-fed streams.
The garage is one of the few proposed changes to the park that survived a contentious public debate in 2016.
The campus, to be unveiled for an official grand opening on Tuesday, features spaces that bring students outside for unique learning experiences.
The San Antonio River defines our city, and for thousands of years before, our prehistory.
The highly anticipated eight-acre expansion of the San Antonio Botanical Garden is the latest enhancement to the Broadway cultural corridor.