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9:30 am - 5:30 pm
LAST ADMISSION 4:30 PM
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Tuesday, October 24

9:30 am
Grounds Open
5:30 pm
Grounds Close
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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 (3)

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 their habitats (including our own)....

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Be A Wildlife Hero (4)

Do you want to be a wildlife hero? Be a part of these programs and organizations to become a hero today: Recycle for Elephants, Call 4 Gorillas and FrogWatch USA. 

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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 protects precious habitats and the...

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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 in need. 

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Take a walk on the wild side!

Join our Volunteer Team.

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

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conservation News

Why choose only sustainable palm oil?

What is palm oil? Palm oil comes from the fruit of the African oil palm tree and is grown all...
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Plastic: let’s break it down

I use plastic. I recycle. What’s the issue? Hearing a lot about plastic and how bad it is? Wondering what...
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Why reduce single-use plastics?

Plastic is a durable material made to last forever, yet 33 percent of it is used once and then discarded....
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Meatless Mondays

Did you know that producing 2.2 pounds of beef takes enough energy to light a 100-watt bulb for 20 days?...
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