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- 3 ZooMontana investigating report of child bitten by wolf; animals quarantined
- 4 CNN’s Ling documents women seizing oil patch opportunities
- 5 Daines ignores aggressive attacks from Curtis in first debate
One of ZooMontana’s two gray wolves bit a young child on Sunday afternoon.
Jeff the Nature Guy talks about the Madagascar Day Geckos at ZooMontana, and talks about their cool toes and tail.
Jeff the Nature Guy visits the wolves at ZooMontana and talks about how different animals have different fur to deal with the cold weather.
Jeff the Nature Guy shows a creative way to use all the beautiful autumn leaves.
Jeff the Nature Guy visits the California coast, where he finds some harbor seals, who are more graceful in the water than on land, and who will eat just about anything.
If the public has a mind to, residents could keep the members of the Billings City Council up well past their bedtime Monday.
Jeff the Nature Guy introduces us to a mallard duck family living wild at ZooMontana, and talks about the mother duck's perseverance.
The city of Billings and Yellowstone County will hold an interactive open house on the nearly completed trail feasibility study that examines various alignments to connect ZooMontana to Riverfront Park.
Seasonal microbrews, live music and German music are all part of Zootoberfest on Sept. 20 at ZooMontana.
Jeff the Nature Guy introduces Troy Paisley, the education director at ZooMontana.
Jeff the Nature Guy introduces two Virginia Opossums new to ZooMontana.
Worries that erosion might threaten the bear exhibit at ZooMontana were all but squashed Wednesday after the zoo received some good news.
Jeff the Nature Guy shows off Xavi, a bird-eating tarantula who hardly ever eats birds.
Jeff the Nature Guy finds an elk kill site, and talks about how to spot the evidence to prove who killed the animal.
The Cold Hard Cash Show, a tribute to Johnny Cash, is headlining the Billings Optimist Special Children’s Camp fundraiser Aug. 24 at 4 p.m. at ZooMontana.
Jeff the Nature Guy talks about some of the most ubiquitous animals at ZooMontana - the squirrels.
Jeff the Nature Guy shows of Sergio, the tiger salamander at ZooMontana, an amphibian with some sensitive skin.
The 3rd annual Montana and Wyoming Hemophilia Walk is set for Sept. 6 at ZooMontana. The event is hosted by the Rocky Mountain Hemophilia and Bleeding Disorders Association of the National Hemophilia Foundation.
Jeff the Nature Guy introduces Shelby Guinn, an intern at ZooMontana.