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Wednesday, June 26

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At Zoo Atlanta, our mission is to protect and preserve the diversity of species on Earth. With your help, we can make an even bigger impact. Learn how you can make a difference. 

Be a savvy shopper (4)

You can save wildlife just by being a savvy shopper! Shop locally and sustainably to have a direct and positive impact on preserving animals and...

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Go Green

How does being green help save animals? Recycling, reducing consumption and making sustainable shopping decisions decreases the need for mining, fracking, logging, and quarrying, which...

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Gorillas on the Line

Zoo Atlanta and The Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund International are working together with Eco-Cell to recycle cell phones, help the environment, and raise money for...

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Quarters for Conservation

Change the World with Quarters for Conservation! Each time you visit Zoo Atlanta we send a portion of your ticket to field conservation programs for species...

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Whether you’re a kid, adult, family or teen, we have volunteer opportunities for you! 

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How to help pollinators at home

You might have heard the news that bees aren’t doing so hot right now. Half of all North American bee...
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Protecting our pollinators

Most people are affected by pollination every day, and many don’t even think about it. Almost everyone realizes that honey...
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Conservation Action: Pollinator

Most people are affected by pollination every day, and many don’t even think about it. Almost everyone realizes that honey...
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Saving icons of the longleaf pine forest

The eastern indigo snake is native to Florida, southern Georgia and southern Alabama. These non-venomous snakes are the largest native...
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