The Buffalo Zoo's polar bear cub will be out on exhibit during public hours beginning Friday, March 29. Visitors to the Buffalo Zoo can view the now famous cub, nicknamed Luna, during limited viewing hours every day from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the exotic domestic animals exhibit near the zoo's main entrance.
The cub's keepers have determined that she is now big enough to be outside on exhibit for short durations of time. They will continue to observe her progress and extend her time outside as she develops.
The Buffalo Zoo will continue to display a live video feed of the cub on a closed-circuit television in the M&T Bank Rainforest Falls exhibit from 1 until 3 p.m. until further notice.
The cub's schedule is subject to change, so any visitors who are interested in seeing the cub can call the zoo at 716-837-3900 to confirm when the cub will be on exhibit or video feed. The zoo will also continue to post regular updates on its Facebook page at http://www.Facebook.com/BuffaloZoo.
The Buffalo Zoo is located at 300 Parkside Ave., Buffalo. For more information, call 716-837-3900.