Zoo Foundation

The Sequoia Park Zoo Foundation was established in 2004 as a non-profit support organization for the City of Eureka-run Sequoia Park Zoo. Our mission is to promote and stimulate interest in the Sequoia Park Zoo, and to support the zoo’s development and programs through fundraising, marketing and other initiatives designed to enhance the zoo experience.

The Foundation has been successful in securing funding for many capital projects at the zoo, including the construction of new animal habitats, exhibit renovations and building facilities to support education and guest services. Sequoia Park Zoo offers a better experience for residents and visitors alike because of the Foundation’s support.

Working in close partnership with the City of Eureka to provide the North Coast with a spectacular zoological facility, the Foundation is responsible for:

Sequoia Park Zoo Foundation Staff

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Board of Directors

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City of Eureka Council Liaison

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Interested in getting involved? E-mail ten.o1485109239ozkra1485109239paiou1485109239qes@o1485109239fni1485109239 for information on joining a committee or the Board.

Read an online copy of our most recent Annual Report to learn about the efforts and improvements that have taken place at the zoo in the past year.

Visit

Please contact the Zoo Ticket Booth for admission prices. (707) 441-4263

Directions

Events & Classes

Feb
8
Wed
2017
7:00 pm Conservation Lecture: Saving Cal...
Conservation Lecture: Saving Cal...
Feb 8 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Lecture by Michael Mesler, Humboldt State University, Department of Biology.   More information will follow.
Mar
8
Wed
2017
7:00 pm Conservation Lecture: How we inf...
Conservation Lecture: How we inf...
Mar 8 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Lecture by Barbara Clucas, Humboldt State University, Department of Wildlife. More information will follow.

OUR MISSION: Sequoia Park Zoo inspires conservation of the natural world by instilling wonder, respect and passion for wildlife.