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Audubon Press Releases

January
26,
2022
| 11:00 AM America/Chicago
On January 23, 2022, Audubon’s Coastal Wildlife Network team was contacted by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration about a floating cold-stunned green sea turtle outside of Belle Pass in Port Fourchon, LA. The turtle was spotted by
January
19,
2022
| 10:23 AM America/Chicago
Audubon Zoo’s education series, Nature at Night, that gives children the opportunity to explore the Zoo after hours is back this spring by popular demand. Nature at Night features "kid-only" events for children ages 6-12 where they can enjoy
January
13,
2022
| 11:33 AM America/Chicago
Audubon Nature Institute is hosting a hiring fair for all its facilities in the Jerome S. Glazer Audubon Tea Room on Wednesday, January 26, 2022, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Audubon is seeking candidates for full-time and part-time positions.   Join
December
29,
2021
| 12:23 PM America/Chicago
January 7, 2022 update: Tests results came back that adult female lions Nia and Zuri tested positive for SARS-CoV-2. All six lions continue to have a normal appetite and their symptoms appear to be improving. They are showing few symptoms other than

Baby orangutan being bottle-fed, which intrigues others

19
Jan
2022
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Endangered orangutan in New Orleans has 1 healthy baby

27
Dec
2021
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New Orleans Audubon Zoo welcomes rescued young jaguaropens in new window
The New Orleans Audubon Zoo has taken in a 7-month-old female jaguar that was rescued from wildlife trafficking, zoo officials announced.
18
Nov
2021
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Endangered orangutan in New Orleans expecting twinsopens in new window
A critically endangered Sumatran orangutan in New Orleans is pregnant with twins, the zoo in New Orleans announced Thursday.
21
Oct
2021
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Zoo and aquarium weather the storm safely and even welcome a newborn animal during Idaopens in new window
Bob Lessnau, the Audubon Zoo’s curator of animals, rode out Hurricane Ida with 35 staff members at the Uptown New Orleans institution. When the power went out, generators provided emergency electricity. It was a tense few hours, as the wind and rain roared past.
09
Sep
2021
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