Join us for our annual Jungle Jog 5k. This year we’re going virtual again, giving you more ways to participate. Whether you’re a hardcore runner, parent with a stroller or friends from work, get your crew and join the fun! You can run or walk your 5K any time between July 18-26th. We’ll have our popular photo contest with tons of great prizes. Your registration fees directly support the Zoo’s education and conservation programs at your Zoo and in our community.
$45 Registration fee; Official dri-tech shirt, bandana and bib and 5k survival kit.
$35 Registration fee; Official dri-tech shirt and bib; and 5k survival kit
$25 Registration fee; Official bandana and bib; and 5k survival kit
Registration: Registration opens May 1st. Register online before July 14th or in-person July 16/17th.
Don’t forget to pick up your race packets!
Touchless packet pick-up is offered at two locations:
Friday, July 16th at the Seneca Park Zoo parking lot from 3 p.m. – 7 p.m. (2222 St. Paul Street, Rochester, NY 14621)
Saturday, July 17th at MedVed Running and Walking Outfitters parking lot from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. (3400 Monroe Avenue, Rochester 14618)
Jungle Jog Onesie Add-on – Purchase a Jungle Jog themed onesie for your little one. Sizes: 12 mo, 18 mo, 24 mo, 2T, 3T
Jungle Jog Photo Contest
We are very excited about this year’s virtual run/walk, and are pleased to announce the Medved Jungle Jog Photo Contest! We provide the categories. You provide the photo! Photos must be taken while you are walking or running your 5k between July 18th – 26th!
Post your photos on the Jungle Jog 5k Facebook event page for everyone to see! Include your category in the comments. You can enter one or more photos for any/all categories. New this year – YOU be the judge! Voting will be open through July 31st, and the photo in each category with the most likes wins! Winners will receive cool Zoo prizes!
Thank you to our presenting sponsor:
And supporting sponsors:
This year your fundraising efforts support Lion conservation efforts right here at the zoo and around the world. International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List status: Vulnerable. African lions are protected under CITES Appendix II. They are part of the Zoo’s Species Survival Plan (SSP) Program. It is believed that during the past two decades, the lion population has declined by nearly 30 percent. Main threats listed by IUCN are indiscriminate killing by humans and prey base depletion. Other problems include habitat loss, agricultural expansion and geographic isolation of different groups.
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