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Zoo Brings First of Its Kind Lantern Experience to Omaha this Halloween

Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium will dawn about 400 larger-than-life lantern displays—creating the first experience of its kind in the country—as part of an all-new family friendly Halloween event, Ghouls & Glow presented by Veridian Credit Union, on September 27 – 29 and October 3 – 6, 10 – 13, 17 – 20 and 24 – 27. The Zoo is working with Dazzle out of Texas and Tennessee-based iD8 Productions to put on Ghouls & Glow, which will... Read More
Posted by Andrea Hennings at Friday, Aug 16, 2019

Omaha's Zoo and Aquarium Wins USA TODAY 10Best Awards

Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium and Wildlife Safari Park ranked at the top of the leader board in the 2019 USA TODAY 10Best Readers’ Choice Travel Awards. Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium ® was named the second “ Best Zoo ” in the country, while its Lied Jungle ® won “ Best Zoo Exhibit .” Wildlife Safari Park was awarded with “ Best Wildlife Park ” in America for the second year in a row.  The... Read More
Posted by Michelle Meisinger at Friday, May 3, 2019

Vote for Omaha's Zoo and Aquarium for Best Zoo in America

USA TODAY 10Best Readers’ Choice Travel Awards has selected Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium ® as a contender for “Best Zoo” and Wildlife Safari Park for “Best Wildlife Park” in America. The Lied Jungle ® at the Zoo has been nominated as “Best Zoo Exhibit” in the country. The public is now being called upon for their votes.  The public has until Monday, April 22 nd  at 11 a.m. to vote... Read More
Posted by Michelle Meisinger at Monday, Mar 25, 2019

Meet Sariah, a Female Malayan Tapir Calf

A female Malayan tapir calf, born on August 31, has been introduced to its habitat in Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium’s Lied Jungle®.  The calf, named Sariah, is the second calf for Malacca, dam, and Dumadi, sire, both six years old. The pair’s first calf was born in 2016 at Omaha’s Zoo and Aquarium.  While Sariah is getting used to her new habitat, Zoo visitors can see her with Malacca intermittently between the hours of 10 a.m. and 3... Read More
Posted by Michelle Meisinger at Tuesday, Nov 20, 2018