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Reduce your carbon footprint
How does being green help save species? Recycling, reducing consumption, and making sustainable shopping decisions decreases the need for mining, fracking, logging, and quarrying, protecting precious habitats and the animals and plants that live there. Going green also decreases energy consumption, which greatly reduces greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change. Taking simple steps … Continue reading "Reduce your carbon footprint"
Panda Update – Wed. January 4
Now that the cubs are able to walk a bit better, the next two tasks for them to tackle are climbing through the shift door into the adjacent den and managing to climb through the bamboo forest that Lun Lun leaves behind in order to follow her. Ya Lun has become quite the pro at … Continue reading "Panda Update – Wed. January 4 "
Keeper Stories – Tuesday, January 3
Move over Brad Pitt and Jennifer Lawrence, there are some new celebs on the block! Okay, so our great apes won’t actually be walking the red carpet, but some of their vocalizations may be featured in a big upcoming Hollywood film. A film sound production crew made a stop at Zoo Atlanta to gather sound … Continue reading "Keeper Stories – Tuesday, January 3"
Keeper Stories – Tuesday, December 13
As a pet owner like many of you out there, I have experienced the pain of having to say goodbye to beloved animal members of my family. That kind of heartbreak is never easy. Animal keepers certainly know that their Zoo charges are not pets, and I for one have absolutely no desire to bring … Continue reading "Keeper Stories – Tuesday, December 13"
Chilean Flamingo Banding Project
Since 2007, Zoo Atlanta has supported a flamingo banding project in Bolivia. Bolivia is home to three species of wild flamingos: the Andean flamingo, the Puna flamingo and the Chilean flamingo, which is the species we have here at the Zoo. Most people think of flamingos as being very tropical, but these species are actually … Continue reading "Chilean Flamingo Banding Project"
Gorilla Research Talk
Find out about the cutting-edge work Zoo Atlanta staff is doing to learn more about gorilla behavior!
1999–2017: Pandas to Present
1999 was an unforgettable year for the Zoo with the arrival of Lun Lun and Yang Yang, a pair of giant pandas on loan from China. Even as the city celebrated the beloved bears, Atlanta joined the Zoo in mourning Willie B., who passed away in 2000 at the age of 42. The gorilla who … Continue reading "1999–2017: Pandas to Present"
Thank you to Zoo Atlanta’s corporate supporters! Supporters Aprio Arrow Exterminators, Inc. Aruba Networks Atlanta Gas Light Atlanta Marriott Marquis Chick-fil-A, Inc. Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta The Coca-Cola Company Coca-Cola United Cox Enterprises, Inc. Deloitte Delta Air Lines, Inc. Ernst & Young LLP Event Network General Building Maintenance, Inc. Georgia Natural Gas Georgia Power Company … Continue reading "Corporate Supporters"
Thursday, December 1
Hello everyone, my name is Char, and I have just completed my first month here at Zoo Atlanta in the Herpetology Department. If anyone is wondering what herpetology is – it is the study of reptiles and amphibians. Not only have I just finished up with my first month at the Zoo, but also my … Continue reading "Thursday, December 1"
Tuesday, November 29
Hello from the Mammal Department! I hope that everyone had a fun and safe holiday last week. Although the Zoo was closed for Thanksgiving Day, many keepers reported to work bright and early at 7 a.m. to take care of the Zoo’s animal residents. Personally, holidays are some of my favorite days to work. While … Continue reading "Tuesday, November 29"