About the Blog
No day is ever the same at Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo. We created this blog to connect you with all the exciting happenings at the zoo—from behind-the-scenes animal updates to upcoming events and even news from the field on our conservation efforts across the globe.
If you are looking for general zoo information including hours, prices and directions, animal fact sheets, or education program registration, visit our main website at http://www.zoo.org/.
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A diverse group of writers from Woodland Park Zoo staff and conservation partners in the field contributes to this blog. Here you’ll find behind-the-scenes scoop from the voices of zookeepers, educators, conservationists, gardeners, communicators, interpreters and more.
Editor: Rebecca Whitham, Associate Director, Digital Communications
About the Zoo
Located in Seattle, Washington, Woodland Park Zoo is a non-profit institution, serving as a cherished community resource and unique urban oasis for more than 100 years. Our mission is to save animals and their habitats through conservation leadership and engaging experiences, inspiring people to learn, care and act. The zoo encompasses 92 acres and features more than 1,000 individual animals representing nearly 300 species.