Keepers at the San Diego Wild Animal Park care for a Malayan sambar fawn and introduce a tiny Indian rhino into its new habitat.
When a 250-pound gorilla escapes from her exhibit, it is up to the vets and keepers to get the ape back to her enclosure.
A keeper trains all manner of birds to participate in the World of Birds show.
An inspiring look at how keepers at the San Diego Wild Animal Park care for a Malayan Sambar fawn.
The pygmy hippos are leaving their winter quarters for the sunny climes of the outside paddock.
The amazing tale of a southern white rhino that's being hand-raised by keepers at the Animal Care Centre.
There's a joyful reunion for Vila, a lowland gorilla after an operation, and a zebra is shipped to another zoo to propagate the species.
Leaf cutter colony gets landscaping; rhino pedicure.
A sensible diet, regular exercise and frequent checkups are essential to the health of the zoo's animals.
Examining unique roles played by a variety of human specialists and animals at the zoo.
Saving endangered species; young rhinos; birth control; animal sperm bank.
Besides making sure they're fed, keeping animals happy includes efforts such as mental stimulation called "enrichment.".
Training helps when giving an Asian elephant a pedicure.
Keepers receive an ongoing education; an Indian gaur, the park's most aggressive species, is immobilized.
Veterinarians work with keepers to monitor the health and safety of the park's 3,700 animals.
Raising animals at the wild animal park when natural mothers cannot do the job; fostering motherhood among cheetahs.
Keepers raise a white rhino; caring for vultures, ostriches and hornbills.
Infertile lowland gorilla rejoins family.
Manpower behind the park's operation.
San Diego Wild Animal Park employees' joys and stresses. This episode: Keeper Gloria Kendall watches over a fawn.