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Free Evening Talk: Elusive and Endangered Northern California Mammal

Free Evening Talk: Elusive and Endangered Northern California Mammal

March 4, 2013 March’s Sequoia Park Zoo conservation lecture will introduce us to one of the least known and most endangered mammals in Northern California – the Point Arena mountain beaver. On Wednesday, March 13, Bill Zielinski, a Research Ecologist … Continue reading

Wolves in the Land of Salmon:  Free Talk and Slide Show at Sequoia Park Zoo by Author David Moskowitz

Wolves in the Land of Salmon: Free Talk and Slide Show at Sequoia Park Zoo by Author David Moskowitz

February 21, 2013 On Friday, March 1 at 6 p.m., Sequoia Park Zoo will present a free slide show, talk and book signing by wildlife tracker and photographer David Moskowitz, author of the newly-published book Wolves in the Land of … Continue reading

Love at First Scent - A Valentine for Sumo the Red Panda

Love at First Scent – A Valentine for Sumo the Red Panda

February 14, 2013 Sequoia Park Zoo’s Red panda, Sumo, had a special Valentine’s Day when animal care staff introduced him to his new mate, a female named Stella Luna, for the very first time. In 2010, Sumo and his brother … Continue reading

Free Evening Talk at Sequoia Park Zoo: Studying Marine Mammals - Dead or Alive!

Free Evening Talk at Sequoia Park Zoo: Studying Marine Mammals – Dead or Alive!

February 4, 2013 February’s Sequoia Park Zoo conservation lecture will open a window into what and how we can learn from the creatures that live out their lives in the world’s oceans, both while they are alive and after they … Continue reading

Sequoia Park Zoo Hires Architect: Concept Designs for River Otter, Salmon, and Bald Eagle Underway

Sequoia Park Zoo Hires Architect: Concept Designs for River Otter, Salmon, and Bald Eagle Underway

January 18, 2013 The Sequoia Park Zoo Foundation is pleased to announce the selection of Studio Hanson/Roberts (SHR) as lead architect for its Watershed Heroes project. This project will showcase River otter, Bald eagle and salmon in their native habitats, … Continue reading

Meet the Marbled Murrelet - A Bird of Two Worlds

Meet the Marbled Murrelet – A Bird of Two Worlds

January 2, 2013 The second Sequoia Park Zoo conservation lecture in the 2012-2013 series invites humans into the amazing world of the Marbled murrelet – a bird that nests high up in the redwoods and spends the rest of its … Continue reading

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Dec
7
Sun
2014
12:00 pm Zoo Crew Orientation
Zoo Crew Orientation
Dec 7 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Want to work more closely with the animals? This year-round program offers individuals the opportunity to take part in some of the zoo’s day-to-day activities, [...]
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10
Wed
2014
7:00 pm Free Conservation Lecture
Free Conservation Lecture
Dec 10 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Free Conservation Lecture
“Managing Nemo: Conservation and Conflict in the Marine Aquarium Trade”  by Brian Tissot, HSU Marine Lab, Director & Biology Professor   The waters off the [...]

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