What’s in your photo album? It was thirty years ago when giant pandas were last at the Calgary Zoo, and it was PANDAMONIUM! We asked zoo fans to share their favourite memories from the 1988 visit, and help us celebrate Flashback February. Check it out!
Are you looking for something fun to do with your crew this Family Day long weekend? Perhaps it’s just fun day out in the snow with friends. Whatever you have in mind, the zoo has something for you to make this long weekend extra memorable! Here are some suggestions to help you plan your visit.
We want to ensure that your membership experience is exceptional in 2018. And for members, that experience starts before we open Panda Passage to the public. Starting in early May (stay tuned for the official opening date!), there will be a full week of Members-Only sneak previews for Engage and Inspire Members. You’ll get to the see the Pandas first!
Arriving in May 2018, the Calgary Zoo is welcoming giant pandas for the first time in 30 years! For Albertans that recall the Calgary Winter Olympics of 1988, that event coincided with a cuddly seven-month visit of two giant pandas, on loan from China. The situation was nothing other than pandamonium– a thrilling time at the Calgary Zoo that was “Panda Magic”.
Why the Calgary Zoo will welcome four giant pandas in May.
The Calgary Zoo’s highly anticipated Penguin Walk is back for another year of waddling wonder! Starting Wednesday, January 17, 2018, the birds will walk every day at 11 a.m.
2017 was one of the best years in the 28-year history of the zoo’s whooping crane program, generously sponsored by ConocoPhillips Canada.
There are seven pairs located at the Devonian Wildlife Conservation Centre (DWCC), which is Canada’s only facility dedicated to breeding this endangered bird for release into the wild.
Calgary can experience some wintry temperatures – so what does that mean for your ZOOLIGHTS visit? We’ve got you covered, so get your glow on at ZOOLIGHTS and make memories, despite the chill. Here are our tips for a cold weather trip.
ZOOLIGHTS presented by JSS Barristers is back for it’s 20th year, spanning from now until January 6, 2018, and there’s no shortage of activities to keep visitors busy. When it’s chilly outside, the zoo organizers will adjust the event to accommodate the temperature, and allow visitors to still enjoy their night out.