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This guest essay contributed by Dr. Thea Bechshoft, Conservation Programs Associate and Staff Scientist Polar Bears International, first appeared in our January 2023 edition of ZooNooz It’s a little known fact that zoos can
Below is a summary of the study we are currently taking part in with Anoki by Dr. Karyn Rode, Research Wildlife Biologist with U.S. Geological Survey – Alaska Science Center Estimating the Importance
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All five species of rhinos are endangered. Seneca Park Zoo is home to one southern white rhino, Jiwe. Learn more about the threats this species faces from our WAC teens!
November is a very special month here at Seneca Park Zoo because it is Genny C’s birthday month!
If you’ve spent any time at the penguin exhibit over the last 20 years or so, you’ve probably asked why our penguins never swim. It is, after all, the number
African penguins are in danger of extinction. Wild colonies along the coast of South Africa and Namibia are being depleted due to overfishing, climate change, and pollution. Seneca Park Zoo
In April of 1997, the Rocky Coast Exhibit at the Seneca Park Zoo opened. This brand new, state of the art exhibit displayed habitats for polar bears, California sea lions,
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May 3, 2022 African elephant Lilac celebrated her 44th birthday on Sunday! As many of you know, Lilac came to Seneca Park Zoo in 1979 as an orphan from Kruger
Check out our Summer Programming schedule for a variety of animal experiences you can look forward to on your next Zoo trip!
Every day is a great day to visit the Zoo. Experience life on the wild side, enjoy up-close animal interactions and support global conservation efforts—right here at the Zoo. Reserve your tickets now for quick and easy entry, and enjoy more time connecting with wildlife.
Zoo opens at 9:30 a.m. for our Zoo members.
Open all year long. Closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day.