The Zoo Wins a Prestigious Award at the CAZA Convention
The Zoo de Granby has just received the Peter Karsten Conservation Award for its conservation and improvement projects at the Boisés-Miner during the annual CAZA convention.Learn more
A First at the Zoo de Granby: The Extraordinary Hatching of an Andean Condor Egg!
After many years of unsuccessful reproduction attempts for our Andean condors, the year 2018 will be a memorable one with the hatching, a few days ago, of the first chick!Learn more
Naissance d'un bébé colobe
Frida, âgée de 5 ans et arrivée au Zoo que depuis avril 2017, a donné naissance pour la première fois. Le personnel responsable y porte une attention particulière pour que tout se passe bien.Learn more
Friendly advice for a perfect day at the zoo
Here is some advice to turn your day at the zoo into an unforgettable experience! These tricks will allow you to concentrate on what is essential: Spending a perfect day with your family!Learn more
Contrasts Found in the Animal Kingdom
As the Construction Holidays are getting under way, we can’t help but notice that how much effort we put in our work is a notion that varies quite a lot depending on the animal species.Learn more
THE DINOZOO EXPERIENCE in exhances reality
The exhibit will present for a second year, 21 species that evolved between the Early Jurassic years (from 201 to 145 million years ago) and the Upper Cretaceous period (145 to 65 million years ago).Learn more
Training, the main focus of our zookeepers' jobs!
At Zoo de Granby, animal training is an integral part of our zookeepers’ job and is considered as being one of the fundamental tasks to complete for all our animal species. Why is this so important?Learn more
The First Spring Outings
Next May 13 will be Mother’s day, is often associated with the first beautiful spring days. At Zoo de Granby we like to take advantage of these first pleasant days to do our spring cleaning.Learn more
Green actions at the zoo: essential gestures
Last Sunday was Earth Day, a time to raise awareness about the global impact our daily actions have on our health and environment.Learn more
Connaissez-vous bien le requin?
Victime de nombreux préjugés, le requin est le grand seigneur des mers du monde. Mais bien loin d’être le prédateur sanguinaire dépeint par Hollywood, il a plus à craindre de l’humain que l’inverse.Learn more