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    ZOO VOLUNTEER SERVE DAY, Saturday, January 18. Volunteers at the Montgomery Zoo are very important people and play a vital role in the success of the Montgomery Zoo. We are looking for energetic individuals who want to volunteer in a beautiful and fun place. Volunteer commitment has allowed our Zoo to improve, expand programs, generate community involvement and support, and assist Zoo staff in daily Zoo operations. Volunteers can be adults, teens, civic groups, school groups, church groups, businesses, military squadrons, and families. Volunteers ages 12-16 years old must be accompanied by a parent / legal guardian or a designated group chaperone. Volunteers under the age of 19 must obtain parent / legal guardian permission to volunteer. Read More

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    Animal Enrichment Day, Saturday, Feb 15

    Join the Montgomery Zoo Saturday, February 15, 10am – 2pm, for Animal Enrichment Day. More than 15 species will take part in the semi-annual event, including the tigers, elephants, chimpanzees, and jaguars. Presented in the form of special toys, unique scents, puzzles, boxed goodies or food treats, the enrichment items provide Zoo animals with both mental and physical exercise. Enrichment keeps our animals active and engaged while reproducing their natural behaviors. From zoo animals to our pets and even ourselves, we all need enrichment. Read More

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    ZOO WEEKEND - SPRING EVENT, MAR 7-8, 9am-6pm

    YOU’RE INVITED to the Montgomery Zoo and Mann Wildlife Learning Museum’s 44th Annual Zoo Weekend Saturday and Sunday, March 7-8, 9am - 6pm daily. During this two-day event the Montgomery Zoo is transformed into an amazing carnival like atmosphere for everyone to enjoy, with entertainment two stages, games, rides, bouncy houses, giant inflatable slides, pony and camel rides, petting zoo, animal encounters, and much more. Zoo Weekend is our biggest fundraiser of the year. All event proceeds from this event will be contributed to the construction of a new reptile facility with its featuring animals including the critically endangered, Indian Gharial, Komodo Dragon, and King Cobra. Read More

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    Conservation starts with education.

    Conservation starts with education, and grows with a passion to create change. When people hear the word conservation, most tend to think of something way bigger than themselves. They lean towards the “what could I possibly do to help” to allowing larger organizations with more influence and power lead the way. When actually, it is quite the opposite. Everyone can contribute. Everyone can help. Everyone can make an impact. As a zoological facility, one of our main mission points is to protect the well-being and stability of all animal species; especially those that are endangered or threatened. Read More