Worries that erosion might threaten the bear exhibit at ZooMontana were all but squashed Wednesday after the zoo received some good news.
Although no fireworks will be launched from the top of Pompeys Pillar on Friday, visitors are likely to flock to area attractions for the holiday weekend.
The Billings Chamber of Commerce has announced the formation of NextGen, a young professionals’ sector of the organization. NextGen will allow the Chamber to better serve millennials (age 21-39), foster relationships with them and connect them with the Chamber. The group will establish its o…
They went to Sioux Falls, S.D., and liked virtually everything they saw.
Siberian sisters. ZooMontana has tigers again! Two 19-month-old females from a Florida animal park arrived last week. ZooMontana Executive Director Jeff Ewelt said the new cats may be on exhibit in early June.
Two new Siberian tigers were greeted by excited members of the ZooMontana staff when a truck carrying the cats from Florida arrived at their new home at about 8:15 a.m. Tuesday.
A peek at ZooMontana’s calendar for this spring and summer looks more like that of a busy social butterfly than one belonging to a local nonprofit, and officials there couldn’t be happier about it.
Two Siberian tigers being acquired by ZooMontana from a Florida zoo could arrive in Billings as early as Monday.
A pair of 18-month-old Siberian tigers could be calling ZooMontana home as early as this summer.
Usually when I’m working, I’m like a fly on the wall, peering at what’s going on without getting too involved or caring too much about the outcome — so long as folks keep their flyswatter in their pocket.
Prince, ZooMontana's 18-year-old Amur tiger, died unexpectedly Tuesday afternoon, probably due to complications from an aggressive cancer.
Troy Paisley, ZooMontana's education director, took a long look at the brightly lit dashboard display of a brand new Toyota Prius before hopping out from the passenger seat.
January and February can be the bleakest months of the year. The big holidays are past and winter has overstayed its welcome, except on ski slopes and snowmobile trails.
On a chilly, wintery morning at ZooMontana, little can be heard other than the soft crushing of snow beneath the boots of zoo director Jeff Ewelt and the nearby hum of a small tractor clearing walkways.
ZooMontana may have set an attendance record Saturday with Boo at the Zoo, a kid-friendly Halloween event, the zoo’s director said.
Newborn otter pups and a new Canada lynx exhibit helped draw more visitors to ZooMontana in recent months. However, changes behind the scenes have created the zoo’s biggest achievement in years.
In what officials hope is a sign of things to come, ZooMontana expects to report a profit for the first time in years on Monday when its 2012-13 fiscal year ends.
Several thousand people showed up to enjoy the German food and beer, live music, family fun and great weather during the first Zootoberfest at ZooMontana on Saturday.
Two brothers who have been active in Boy Scouts since first grade received the organization’s highest mark of achievement, the Eagle Scout rank, with projects at ZooMontana.
Tilden and Gavin Butz both completed Eagle Scout projects at ZooMontana. The current project houses Sierra, a juvenile female Swainson’s hawk.