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WE’RE DOING OUR PART
We are dedicated to leaving the world a better place through our commitment to local and global wildlife conservation efforts. Every time you visit the Sacramento Zoo, you are helping us make a difference.
The Sacramento Zoo supports local and global conservation efforts, including foothill yellow-legged frogs. In addition to monetary support, the Sacramento Zoo has sent staff volunteers to participate in restoration and conservation fieldwork.
Every day the Sacramento Zoo feeds pounds of browse (non-toxic branches and leaves from specific species of trees and shrubs). You can help! When you trim your trees, check if they can be donated to feed the animals.
Through the Sacramento Zoo’s Quarters for Conservation program, each time you visit the zoo, you are given a token representing the portion of your admission or membership going directly to conservation projects locally and around the world.