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Townsquare Sunday: Buttonwood Park Zoo
WBSM's Jim Phillips spoke with Keith Lovett, Buttonwood Park Zoo Director, and Paula Montgomery, Director of Community Engagement about new happenings at the 12th oldest zoo in the country.
Townsquare Sunday with Jim Phillips can be heard each Sunday at 6am on WBSM 1420 and WBSM...
Buttonwood Park Zoo Welcomes Otter Pups [PHOTOS]
NEW BEDFORD—The Buttonwood Park Zoo welcomes three North American river otter pups. Born on March 17, 2017 to Dani, the Zoo’s female otter, the pups are getting acclimated to their surroundings and beginning the process of learning to swim...
Buttonwood Zoo Donates Digital Scale for Elephants in Vietnam
The effort to save the nearly-extinct elephant population of Vietnam has been given a big boost from the SouthCoast.
Patrons of the Buttonwood Park Zoo have donated enough money that the zoo was recently able to purchase a digital scale for the Elephant Conservation Center in Dak Lak, Vietnam...
Buttonwood Park Zoo Offers to ‘Adopt’ Cliff the Coyote
A Rhode Island coyote that was spared euthanization after a public outcry could find a new home at New Bedford's zoo.
Keith Lovett, the director of Buttonwood Park Zoo in New Bedford tells WBSM News the zoo would take the coyote known as Cliff, but only if several conditions are met, including g…
Master Plan Includes New Aquatic Exhibit At Buttonwood Zoo
The Director of the Buttonwood Park Zoo is discussing the facility's updated master plan.
The $22 million plan will be carried out over three, five year phases, and will include more exhibits featuring endangered and exotic species like tigers, snow leopards and red panda's...
Buttonwood Park Zoo Unveils $22M Master Plan
The City has updated the master plan for the Buttonwood Park Zoo in New Bedford.
The fifteen year, $22 million plan calls for a host of changes, including more exhibits featuring endangered and exotic species such as tigers, snow leopards, red pandas, and much more...
Bobcats Visit Phil
The Buttonwood Park Zoo is owned and operated by the City of New Bedford. It features a host of different animals and exhibits, the newest being the cutest little rescued Bobcat kittens, Max and Mayzie, who visited the Phil Paleologos Morning Show...

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