Zoo Atlanta offers a wide variety of day sponsorships which allow companies to market directly to consumers in a fun and uncluttered environment. These events include: special animal demonstrations, storytellers, raffles, live music, discounted admission offers, etc. The events are tailored to meet the marketing objectives of our corporate partners and result in maximum marketing exposure.
Quarters for Conservation: Projet Gorille Fernan-Vaz
Hello! I’m Sara Fee, a member of the Gorilla Care Team, and I’m the Champion for Projet Gorille Fernan-Vaz, one...Learn More
How are Cell Phones and Gorillas Connected?
Hello from the Gorilla Care Team! My name is Cassie, and I am currently a Gorilla Keeper here at Zoo...Learn More
Meet Lego Masters Champions Mark & Steven Erickson
MEET LEGO MASTERS CHAMPIONS MARK AND STEVEN ERICKSON ON JUNE 3 AND JULY 16 Brothers will also serve as celebrity...Learn More
Bird Breeding Season: Eggs
Hello again everyone! Lauren Wilson here to tell you more about the ins and outs that go into the Bird...Learn More
2022 Mabel Dorn Reeder Conservation Endowment Fund Programs
Zoo Atlanta announces a commitment of support for seven conservation programs protecting wildlife in Nepal, Congo, Cameroon, Brazil, Cambodia, and...Learn More
How do reptiles adapt to a warming climate?
Howdy y’all, this is Noah from the Herpetology Department! There are some seriously awesome reptile and amphibian adaptations, and the...Learn More
Protecting our endangered sheep
Hello! My name is Haley, and I am a keeper at Outback Station here at Zoo Atlanta. Before I came...Learn More
Warthog piglets receive names
The 11-week-old warthog piglets at Zoo Atlanta have experienced their latest exciting milestone: receiving names. Meet Daphne, Penelope, and Eloise!...Learn More
ZOO ATLANTA WELCOMES NEW WHITE STORKS
Zoo Atlanta welcomes two exciting new members to its animal population: Betty and Vanna the white storks. The storks, who...Learn More
TWO WILD ENCOUNTER PROGRAMS RETURN
Two of Zoo Atlanta’s popular behind-the-scenes programs have returned. Wild Encounters with African elephants and Aldabra tortoises are now available....Learn More
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...Learn More
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...Learn More
What’s it like when the Zoo’s closed?
With all the uncertainty going on in the world right now, one thing that is certain is that COVID-19 is...Learn More
First steps in training
Hello! My name is Megan, and I am one of the newest keepers on the Ambassador Animals Team. Today, I...Learn More
Training with Sven and Olaf
Hi everyone, I am baa-aa-ack again welcoming some new animals to our area! If you saw my recent #TakeoverTuesday, I...Learn More
Hatchling diamondback terrapins arrive
Annual “terrapin swap” is part of an effort to protect a Georgia native species. The 25 hatchling diamondback terrapins now...Learn More
In our mammal-oriented existence, as mammals ourselves, it’s easy to get lazy and assume that all animals function like some...Learn More
Keeping cool with summer fun
Tuesday, July 3 Making sure the animals here at Zoo Atlanta stay cool and hydrated is a major part of...Learn More
‘Tis the season
From kori bustards on the east side of the Zoo to blue cranes on the west side, eggs/incubation on the...Learn More