Woodland Park Zoo is ready to stripe the town in honor of the all new heart of the zoo—Banyan Wilds, open May 2, 2015.
Ten tiger statues painted by prominent local artists will head across the Puget Sound region this summer to celebrate the return of tigers to Woodland Park Zoo and raise awareness for tiger conservation.
With fewer than 3,200 tigers left in the wild, now is the time for action. The zoo challenged each artist to select a conservation issue these endangered big cats face and bring the story to life using any media or style.
The results will challenge you. Inspire you. And motivate you.
Are you ready to show your stripes for tigers?
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