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Conservation Action Center

Phase Two—Opening May 2015!

Woodland Park Zoo’s commitment to tigers and the diverse Asian forests they represent goes beyond the walls of the zoo and extends to field work in Asia where the survival of a species hangs in the balance.

To connect the zoo’s 1.2 million annual visitors with real opportunity to make a difference in Asia, Woodland Park Zoo’s new exhibit complex will serve as a dynamic conservation hub, bringing to life for zoo visitors how the zoo’s Asian field conservation partners and local communities are saving wild animals and habitats.

Keepers, docents and conservation scientists will talk excitedly about tiger research and conservation at the Conservation Action Hub as children pepper them with questions. Hands-on activities and innovative interactions engage visitors year-round in compelling stories about saving endangered forest species, offering ways to take action right here, right now.

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