Endangered Grevy's Zebra Finds a Sweet Home, Alabama
This summer the 350-acre Alabama Safari Park acquired a herd of rare and endangered Grevy's Zebra. Visitors may be accustomed to seeing the Plains Zebra from previous visits, and will be able to come nose to nose with the new species of Grevy's zebra during their next drive through the Safari Park. »
Alabama Safari Park Sticks It's Neck Out for Giraffe
It's no tall tale, Reticulated Giraffe have been classified as Endangered.
Alabama Safari Park works with zoos across the world to give voice to the silent extinction of Giraffe. This beloved giant is well equipped to handle lions and hyenas, but comes up shorthanded when faced with habitat loss and poaching. It's estimated that over 30% of wild giraffe populations have been lost since 1990s with minimal commentary. »
Happy National Zookeeper Week
Today is the beginning of National Zookeeper Week. This week we recognize the hard work and dedication of animal care professionals across the country! »
2019 Calling All Shutterbugs - Take Your Wildest Shot!
Alabama Safari Park is calling shutterbugs of all ages to enter their photos in 2019 Safari Shots Photo Contest. With hundreds of animals, Alabama Safari Park's diverse wildlife and interactive animal experiences create the perfect backdrop for any photographer. Snap funny family pictures or the perfect animal poses. Scenery, silly faces and animal antics are encouraged. »
Alabama Safari Park Welcomes New Rare Babies
The newly opened 350-acre Alabama Safari Park has an exciting new 2019 addition…baby unicorns! Well, not exactly. The rare new babies are an antelope species called Arabian oryx. The legend of the single horned creature known as a unicorn is a myth believed to be based on the Oryx species. »