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Saturday, October 20

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Career Corner: Research & Conservation

Name: Marieke Cassia Gartner Position Title: Post-doctoral research fellow Education: PhD in psychology Hometown: New York, NY Length of time...
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Panda Updates – Friday, October 5

Wild giant pandas typically eat bamboo leaves from April through October when the leaves are fresh and tender. However, our...
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Panda Updates – Wednesday, October 3

As many of you who have followed the giant pandas for a number of years know, female giant pandas can...
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Save orangutans on your next grocery run

What is palm oil? Palm oil comes from the fruit of the African oil palm tree and is grown all...
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Panda Updates – Friday, September 28

Having a camera to remotely monitor Idgie the red panda is the best thing since sliced bread! We have been...
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Learning more about venom

A couple weeks ago I had the opportunity to attend the first-annual Venomous Herpetology Symposium in Miami. What is the...
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Panda Update – Wednesday, September 26

Enrichment is something we offer to all of the animals at Zoo Atlanta, and we often prepare enrichment that caters...
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Geoffrey Bourne Lecture with Dr. Peter Daszak

President of EcoHealth Alliance will speak on connections between emerging diseases, wildlife conservation and global public health. Zoo Atlanta is...
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Zoo Atlanta joins global celebration of gorillas

Second-annual World Gorilla Day unites people around the world in highlighting conservation action. Zoo Atlanta observes World Gorilla Day on...
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How to Make Your Home a Bird Haven

If you’re a morning person, you may know that getting up early, fixing a cup of coffee and watching the...
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