Nandi hangs with her older brothers, Sundzu and Punga.
December was the busiest month at the park with nearly 83,000 visitors.
This is the last weekend to catch Zoo Lights at Reid Park Zoo, 3400 Zoo Court.
Nandi plays with her older brother Sundzu. — Credit: Courtesy of the Reid Park Zoo
Saddle up on one of four new camels for a fee.
Stolen items included laptops, purses and methamphetamine.
The first 100 kids with candy will get in free Nov. 1.
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.
Doing fun stuff doesn't have to break the bank.
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.
Clock's ticking on kids going back to school.
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.
Science is the theme of the Pima County Public Library summer reading program, which kicks off tonight with a free family event.