Koalas can be seen in very few zoos outside Australia. It is only in Europe and North America that the stock of live koalas in zoos is growing and the circle of zoos in which Koalas can be found is expanding.
Vobara and Nur-Nuru-Bin, the two koalas, arrived with us in February 2015. The general public can see them from 6 March 2015.
The newcomer is a boy and has been given the name Ikinya. When he first took to his feet, he was 170 cm tall, but in five days he grew by more than ten centimetres.
Last year, in unprecedented fashion, three orangutans were born in the Zoo. From our lot, Bulu Mata has gone to England; however, three orangutan youngsters are still growing up with us: Moira, AnnaHanna and Lone.
EAZA’s Annual Conference took place between 23-27 September, hosted by Budapest Zoo.
Budapest’s network of thermal baths attracts millions of visitors each year.
Vali, our female brown bear is an international superstar now, thanks to an interesting video on YouTube, made by one of our visitors. On this short film you can see as Vali ’saves’ a drowing hooded crow from the basin of bear’s enclosure.
Budapest Zoo and Botanical Garden is honoured to host the EAZA Annual Conference in Budapest in September, 2014.
Take a virtual walk with us at Budapest Zoo.
Miklós Persányi Sets A Conservation Example With His Zoo