Help the Zoo in 2022!

Please join the Sequoia Park Zoo Foundation in improving the Zoo we all love. Your gift to our year-end campaign will help improve animal habitats, increase ADA accessibility, and enhance visitors’ experiences. Thanks to supporters like you, the Sequoia Park Zoo has been transformed over the last few years. The Redwood Sky Walk has transported us up into the trees and now the bear and coyote habitat is weeks away from being complete. Here are some of the things we can accomplish with your help next year:

Red Panda Habitat

The red panda exhibit has been a favorite since it was created in 2010. Thirteen years later, it needs to be refreshed for the experience of the animals and visitors. With your support, we will update and expand the habitat for Sumo and Cinni, the father and daughter red pandas, and Jack their Indian muntjac habitat-mate. This means improving and remodeling viewing stations, lengthening the footprint of the habitat, renewing climbing and sleeping areas and excluding redwoods from the exhibit which are being damaged.

Peccary Viewing Deck and Night Quarters

Chacoan peccaries have a fascinating story and are one of our critically endangered species at the Zoo. Visitors rarely get a good view of these South American animals or learn that story due to the layout of their habitat. In 2023 we plan to build a new viewing deck that will improve visitor access to this exhibit, add seating, make an ADA accessible overlook and give peccaries Kevbo, Ramone, Ichabod and Oliver new night quarters.

California Condor Medical Care

We are proud to be part of the story of bringing Prey-go-neesh, the California condor, back to the skies above coastal redwood forests. The Condor Care Center has recently been completed with generous donor support. We already have been part of caring for one local condor, transporting condor “A7” for treatment at Oakland Zoo. As the Center begins its work, we will need to financially support the medical care of these highly endangered animals. I hope you will join us in this piece of returning California condors to the land.

These projects are just part of what your support will help accomplish. The Sequoia Park Zoo Foundation is working with Zoo staff to add new educational displays around the Zoo, provide lighting on the Redwood Sky Walk, add opportunities to memorialize loved ones and preparing for the next transformational exhibit.

Thank you for being a champion for Sequoia Park Zoo. I hope you will visit soon to see what your gifts have already accomplished. Thank you for helping make this a better place in the future with your support today.