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.
Boo at the Zoo
It’s that time of year when Atlanta’s favorite fun family Halloween festival returns!Learn More
TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE FOR COOKIES WITH SANTA
Santa makes his annual holiday stop at the Zoo on December 3 and 4 WHAT: Tickets are on sale now...Learn More
Greetings from Scaly Slimy Spectacular! We are celebrating Croctober here at Zoo Atlanta, featuring our two west African slender-snouted crocodiles...Learn More
Sven and the Mysterious Nutrition Kitchen
By Robert Amrhein, Keeper III Ambassador Animals Illustrations by Summit St. John, Ambassador Animals Intern One day two, fluffy, sheep...Learn More
Say ‘Boo!’ to zoonosis
Just in time for spooky season, you can now catch a glimpse of Casper at Zoo Atlanta! No, not that Casper. He’s...Learn More
Reptile learning and cognition – not something many people think of when they see an anole run across their garden...Learn More
All about food
Hi everyone, it’s Claire from the Bird Team! Today I wanted to teach you about our birds’ diets. We’ve all...Learn More
TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE FOR ILLUMINIGHTS AT THE ZOO
Chinese Lantern Festival returns for the holiday season, with the splendors of nature in lights ATLANTA – September 22, 2022...Learn More
Changing seasons at the Zambezi Elephant Center
It’s been a quiet week at the Zambezi Elephant Center. As summer (erroneously referred to as “the busy season”) winds...Learn More
It’s called [sustainable] fashion!
Fall is just around the corner, and if, like me, you’re getting excited for crisp-weather fashion (knits, outerwear, boots… I...Learn More
Zoo Atlanta’s new colobus baby
It’s Caroline from the Small Primate Team. You may have heard that we have a new Angolan colobus baby. This...Learn More
ZOO ATLANTA WELCOMES CASPER THE BONTEBOK
New to the Zoo, his species represents a dramatic and unusual conservation turnaround Zoo Atlanta is pleased to welcome Casper,...Learn More
LAST CHANCE FOR TICKETS TO SIPPIN’ SAFARI
Sampling of more than 50 wines, a Spice Girls tribute band on the main stage, and more on September 17...Learn More
Why do lions sleep so much?
If you pass by the lion habitat at midday, it’s a pretty safe bet you’ll find Hondo, Azizi, and Hatari...Learn More
Dodos are gone, but who are their relatives?
When you think of animals that went extinct in the past few centuries, what animal comes to mind? Most likely...Learn More
THE ONLY GIANT PANDA TWINS IN THE U.S. CELEBRATE SIXTH BIRTHDAY
Giant panda twins Ya Lun and Xi Lun turned 6 on September 3, 2022. On Saturday, September 10, the Panda...Learn More
Panda Updates- Monday, September 12
It’s panda birthday season here at Zoo Atlanta! On August 25, Lun Lun turned 25! On Saturday, September 3, the...Learn More
Biodiversity and Human Health
“There are worlds within worlds…Everything in our world is connected by the delicate strands of the web of life, which...Learn More
ZOO ATLANTA WELCOMES MALFOY AND STRAWBERRY THE WRINKLED HORNBILLS
Endangered species is new to the Zoo with significant conservation messages ATLANTA – September 8, 2022 – Zoo Atlanta...Learn More
Birthday “cakes” for our hoofed friends
Hi everyone, I’m Kennedy, and I recently completed a rotation as a Seasonal Hoofstock Keeper here at the Zoo. I’m...Learn More
The wonderful world of orangutan enrichment
Hey there fellow animal enthusiasts! Caitlin from the Orangutan Care Team, here to talk a little more about the enrichment...Learn More
The joys of Anaka!
Hey y’all, and welcome to another addition of Keeper Stories. My name is Sara Fee, and I’m a Senior Keeper...Learn More
From Outback to Carnivores
Hello! It’s Carnivore Keeper Adrianna here for today’s Keeper Stories! If you know a little bit about me, you know...Learn More
It’s flamingo hatching season!
You know breeding season is in full swing when everything in the flamingo habitat is covered in mud, including the...Learn More
The Mighty Pirate
Imagine you are dressed up like a pirate, eye patch and all, and you decide to visit the Zoo. Would...Learn More
A successful summer at Amy’s Tree Theater
I am beyond proud of our Wieland Wildlife Home Team this past summer season! Memorial Day weekend we debuted a...Learn More
Vegetarian Cookbooks for the Plant-Based Curious
Hi Everyone! Brooke from the Public Relations Team here. If you’ve been following us for a while, you know we...Learn More
Habitat updates for our scaly friends
Hi everyone! It’s Kelly from Herpetology! Walking around the Zoo, you may have noticed some changes going on in the...Learn More
What’s in a rhino horn?
Many of you already know that last year, our southern white rhinoceros Mumbles got a new companion! Kiazi arrived from...Learn More
Celebrating World Elephant Day together
Hi everyone! Caleb with the Elephant Care Team here, once again! August 12 is World Elephant Day, an international event...Learn More
Meet Avocado, Wasabi, and Pickles!
Hello! I’m Becky, the Associate Curator of Ambassador Animals. That means I get the privilege of working with the team...Learn More
What is an extinction vortex?
Sounds like a bad 80s hair band, but it’s something far worse There are some things that are plainly true...Learn More
The horn of the hornbill: what’s it for?
Hornbills are a fascinating group of birds. While these long-beaked animals might superficially resemble toucans, the hornbill family (Bucerotidae) is...Learn More
GOLDEN LION TAMARIN DAY BRINGS A NEW COMMITMENT
Partnership with Golden Lion Tamarin Association is a continuation of a conservation success story ATLANTA – August 2, 2022 –...Learn More
Skin: An Additional Tool for the Versatile Elephant Trunk
Zoo Atlanta is very proud to have partnered with doctoral student Andrew Schulz of the Georgia Institute of Technology on...Learn More
Our last Conservation Blog gave some great pointers on how to eat sustainably this summer. This week, we’re keeping the...Learn More
Quarters for Conservation: Vulpro
Hi, I’m Christina, Lead Keeper in Ambassador Animals and the Quarters for Conservation Champion for Vulpro, one of the three organizations benefiting...Learn More
Resources and Social Structures in Juvenile Tortoises
A couple months ago, we posted a Research Blog outlining Zoo Atlanta’s longtime research partnerships with local universities. These partnerships...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
In our mammal-oriented existence, as mammals ourselves, it’s easy to get lazy and assume that all animals function like some...Learn More