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 officials are working toward a bold plan to expand the 104-year-old zoo beyond its quarry wall and create a safari-like experience.
Since Hurricane Harvey struck the Gulf Coast and Houston, the world has been in awe of the humanitarian response by average citizens of Texas.
I’m not going to pretend I understand what the latest Pokémon Go craze is all about or even how it works, an obvious reminder of my age.
As the world changes, so does the value our culture places on mission-based organizations, and zoological facilities are no exception.
The San Antonio Zoo kicked off its inaugural Monarch Fest Friday morning as school groups, families, and curious zoo-goers took to the grounds to learn more about "Monarchs, Milkweed, and Migration."
After a five-year absence, giraffes are back at the San Antonio Zoo.