Monday, March 2, 2015


10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Today's Species: Flamingo

Flamingos have long, broad wings for excellent flight, and their long necks, bills and legs are well adapted to a wading mode of life. While males are usually larger than females, the sex of a flamingo is best determined using a blood test.


Winter Flower Show

10:00 am - 4:00 pm

The Winter Flower Show displays Freesia, Oriental lilies, Paperwhite Narcissus,... MORE

Insect Faces – A Bug’s-Eye View

10:00 am - 4:00 pm


Polar Bear Program

10:30 am

Get up close to the Polar Bears to observe special enrichment, training,... MORE

Videos From Como

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Como Zoo Will Soon Bid Farewell To Visiting Polar Bears Suka and Sakari

Suka (pronounced SOO-kah) and Sakari (pronounced Suh-KAR-ee), the visiting polar are getting... MORE


FREE Camp Fair! This Saturday, February 28th From 10-2

Minnesota Parent magazine presents its 9th annual Camp Fair. This FREE event will take place... MORE


March Education Programs at Como Park Zoo and Conservatory

We have lots of great classes for all ages in March! Register by clicking on the titles of the classes... MORE


Introducing Kemala!

Thanks to the Public’s Contributions, Como Zoo’s Baby Orangutan Now Has A Name In a naming... MORE



Kemala Is Helping Raise Awareness for Wild Orangutans!

Our Baby Shower may be over but there is still a lot everyone can do to help save wild Orangutans!... MORE


Fox 9 Stops By To Visit Tropical Encounters!

Dale K and Fox 9 stopped by yesterday and learned about some of the amazing plants we have... MORE