Animals

Restoring Our Native Cottontail

The rare New England cottontail, a species of native rabbit once abundant in these parts*, is getting some much needed help from the NE Cottontail Captive Breeding Program. Since 2010, captive breeding specialists at Roger Williams Park Zoo have been working to perfect housing, feeding, and breeding techniques so that threatened New England cottontails can

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Half-Priced Winter Wonder Days At Zoo

Winter Wonder Days are back. Enjoy half-priced admission during the months of January and February. It may be cold but it’s the perfect weather for viewing animals outside enjoying nature’s cooler temperatures. And perfect for getting out of the house with the kids . . . even toddlers can run around safely and burn off

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Bird Walk In RWP

(10.2) Attention birders: Meet at the Museum of Natural History this Sunday for a guided bird walk. Join us for guided bird walks in Roger Williams Park. Although many of our breeding birds have flown south, plenty of year-round residents can be seen in the park! Please wear comfortable shoes and bring binoculars if you

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