Nandi plays with her older brother Sundzu. — Credit: Courtesy of the Reid Park Zoo
Nandi is learning to hoist herself over logs, front feet first, but sometimes needs a push from Mom, “like a parent helping a kid on the playground,” says Sue Tygielski, zoo elephant manager.
Reid Park's bouncing baby joy will be ...?
The baby elephant at the Reid Park Zoo makes her public debut.
The still-unnamed new elephant is big for a baby — but small compared with an adult.
The Reid Park Zoo's new elephant was born Wednesday night.
Semba and the female calf are doing well.
Semba, the zoo's pregnant elephant, has not shown any signs of labor.
Nearing the end of her pregnancy, one lucky Tucson gal is being treated to all the pampering a soon-to-be mama deserves.
Nearly 1,000 people attend baby shower for Reid Park Zoo's pregnant pachyderm.
Reid Park Zoo celebrates pending birth of first calf born at zoo.
Semba, the Reid Park Zoo's 24-year-old African elephant, is pregnant, the zoo announced today.
Connie, the Asian elephant who spent decades at the Reid Park Zoo before being moved to San Diego earlier this year, had an “aggressive” type of cancer in her reproductive system, necropsy results show.
Connie, left, and Shaba shared an enclosure in Tucson for 30 years. They were moved in February to the San Diego Zoo's Elephant Odyssey, which has facilities for sick and elderly elephants. Connie suffered from urinary- and reproductive-tract infections.
Keeper Gale Ferrick helped take care of Connie at Tucson's Reid Park Zoo. Connie was born in the wild and came to Reid Park in 1968.
Connie, pictured here with a 2-year-old Shaba, became a mother figure to the African elephant.
Connie, a 45-year-old Asian elephant who spent most of her life at the Reid Park Zoo, was euthanized at her new home in San Diego Thursday after urinary- and reproductive-tract infections caused a serious decline in her health.
Connie, Reid Park Zoo's longtime elephant, was euthanized last week at the San Diego Zoo. Officials there said the elephant was suffering from cancer and other illnesses.
One of two elephants who spent many years at the Reid Park Zoo before being shipped to the San Diego Zoo at the beginning of the year was put down this morning.
A female elephant and her two calves, the latest additions to the Reid Park Zoo, arrived at their new home late Tuesday night, officials said.