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Small actions can make a big dent!  Pueblo Zoo is committed to helping endangered species through focusing our efforts on supporting groups who help these three threatened species.

www.redpandanetwork.org

Saves wild red pandas and preserves their habitat through the empowerment of local communities.

Sponsor 5 “Forest Guardians”

ANNUAL GOAL: $2,000

www.painteddog.org

Painted Dogs are critically endangered.

Their population in Zimbabwe is one of the last strongholds of the species.

Key to their success is ensuring that

local children grow up understanding

key conservation issues.

Sponsor Bush Camp for 30 children

ANNUAL GOAL: $2,000

www.fcgov.com/naturalareas/bison

For millennia, American bison herds roamed the Great Plains by the millions – until overhunting drove them nearly to extinction. A unique partnership has returned this native icon to the shortgrass prairie of northern Colorado.

ANNUAL GOAL: $2,000

Conservation Collection 

Your purchases make a difference!

When you purchase products with this symbol from the Pueblo Zoo Gift Shop, the Pueblo Zoo will contribute 10% of the revenue to programs that are making a difference.

 

Extinction is forever - learn how you can help save animals from extinction

AZA SAFE along with AZA accredited zoos and aquariums (like the Pueblo Zoo!) are working together to save the most vulnerable wildlife species from extinction and help protect them for future generations.

 

Since 2016, the Pueblo Zoo has provided funding through the SAFE program to support research on artificial nest boxes for African penguins. In 2018, those boxes went into action. The program has shown incredible success in helping these rare birds in their natural habitat. Our continued quarterly goal for this program is $2,000.

 

Click here to find out how you can help!

 

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Pueblo Zoo  • 3455 Nuckolls Ave.  •  Pueblo, CO 81005  

Phone: 719-561-1452  Fax: 719-561-8986

 

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