The animal, which has a zebra father and donkey mother, has black stripes prominently displayed on her legs and face.
The animal has reportedly been named "Pippy Longstockings."
C.W. Wathen, the Dahlonega preserve's founder and general manager, says the foal has a zebra's instincts. Wathen says she sits up instead of lying on her side, as if she's staying alert for predators.
Donkeys and zebras don't usually mate, but zedonks turn up occasionally.
Wathen says that in about two weeks, the zedonk will begin roaming the property with the rest of the animals.