Jeff the Nature Guy talks about the variety of shells found in the animal kingdom, from seashells to armadillos.
Ozzy, a ZooMontana bear, selected the New England Patriots to win the Super Bowl on Friday morning.
Jeff the Nature Guy explains how wild rabbits are adapted to stay warm as the cold winter weather sets in.
ZooMontana on Wednesday received a brand-new utility vehicle, donated by the Montana chapter of Safari Club International in partnership with the Billings Kubota dealership.
Jeff the Nature Guy introduces Duli, the newest red panda at ZooMontana.
ZooMontana has added to its growing roster of animals, this time in the form of a third red panda.
Jeff the Nature Guy introduces Opie, the new Canada lynx at ZooMontana.
Jeff the Nature Guy shows some fun things to do outside, even when the weather is frightful.
Although the cold temperatures kept most folks inside, a Noon Year's Eve Celebration at ZooMontana brought out kids and their parents for crafts, animals, sledding and a confetti drop complete with a ginger ale toast on Wednesday.
Billings-area children who complain of nothing to do over their winter break might consider hanging with grizzly bears, scaling a rock wall or screening a good film with a couple dozen friends.
ZooMontana will hold its first Noon Year’s Eve Celebration to welcome in the “Zoo” year on Dec. 31.
Jeff the Nature Guy shows off Flumpy the chinchilla, a cuddly South American animal that is getting harder to find in the wild because of its soft fur.
ExxonMobil donated a four-wheeler to ZooMontana on Friday, adding to the zoo's growing fleet of grounds vehicles.
Jeff the Nature Guy talks with Becky Kean of the Montana Raptor Conservation Center about the immature bald eagle being released back into the wild in Billings.
It took wildlife officials a few minutes to coax her out of her cage and back into the wild, but a young eagle rescued from the Yellowstone River near Billings in late November was returned to the wild on Tuesday.
Phillips 66, which has a refinery in Billings, has donated $50,000 to ZooMontana to build a new wolverine habitat and exhibit.
Jeff the Nature Guy talks about items made from animals that threaten wild species like rhino, turtle and elephant.
An immature bald eagle rescued along the Yellowstone River in Billings on Nov. 26 will be released at Norm’s Island next Tuesday.
On Wednesday, ZooMontana introduced its newest resident to the public — a 4-year-old male Canada lynx named Opi.