In June 2018, the first elements of a Cold Asia area opened next to the animal hospital. This area features new habitats for snow leopards and red pandas.
Seneca Park Zoo is home to two snow leopards, a male named Kaba and a female named Timila. Snow leopards are found at altitudes between 9,800 and 17,000 feet in the high, rugged mountains of Central Asia. They primarily eat wild sheep and goats, and will stalk their prey. Learn more.
The Zoo is home to two red pandas, a male named Willie and a female named Starlight. Red pandas are native to the eastern Himalayas and southwestern China, and has been categorized as Endangered by IUCN. Learn more.