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Think Zoo Atlanta is just for kids? No way!

There are so many things for teens to do that are so not boring. From getting up close with our animals to exploring career paths and racking up volunteer hours, come see what Zoo Atlanta has to offer you. We promise your experience will be worthy of a share on your favorite social media platform.

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Volunteen Program

Volunteers play an integral role in the advancement of Zoo Atlanta’s mission!

The Volunteen Program promotes the personal and professional development of teenagers so that they become leaders in animal science and conservation education.

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Wild Encounter: Rhino

With their distinctive horn and massive size, there’s no mistaking the incredible rhinoceros for any other African savanna resident!

Meet Mumbles, Zoo Atlanta’s first southern white rhino, in the all-new Rhino Wild Encounter!

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Virtual Field Trips

Have Cocoa the sloth, Sydney the cockatoo, or an alpaca in for a 15-minute virtual visit to liven up your next Zoom gathering!

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Wild Encounters

Behind-the-scenes experiences with some of our wildest residents turn a trip to the Zoo into the chance of a lifetime. Virtual Wild Encounters now available!

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Adult Zoo Yoga

Take time for yourself in this hour-long program with our certified yoga instructor.

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Treetop Trail presented by Kaiser Permanente

Take a walk on the wild side! The Zoo Atlanta experience climbs to new heights. 

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Kelly Cameo

No creature looms larger over the savanna than the African elephant, and you’ll agree when you receive a virtual message from Kelly, one on our African elephants!

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Enter the Wildeverse!

Find out what it takes to be a wildlife scientist as you track real apes living in the wild in the rainforests of Borneo and the Congo.

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keeper stories News

The carnivorous birds of the Zoo

It’s not often you hear about carnivorous birds, and when you do, it’s usually focused on the large, flashy birds...
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Protecting our endangered sheep

Hello! My name is Haley, and I am a keeper at Outback Station here at Zoo Atlanta. Before I came...
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Secrets of lion social structure

We get two very common questions about the lions here at the Zoo: 1: Is it natural to have three...
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What a year!

Hi-ya everyone! Elephant Keeper Caleb again! It’s hard to believe that next month is my one-year anniversary as a part...
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