Phase Two of the Asian Tropical Forest

Goal: Raise $10,000

Help Build Our New Tiger Exhibit

Help build the second phase and build our Asian tigers and sloth bears a new home by giving to the Asian Tropical Forest initiative .

A world without tigers? Not if we can help it!

On an average day, there are more visitors at Woodland Park Zoo than there are tigers left in the wild. We know how to save the last remaining wild tigers, we just need people willing to help.

Don't take pity. Take action.

Woodland Park Zoo plays a critical role by inspiring people to take conservation action. We’re also partnering with Panthera to save wild tigers in Malaysia, bringing together the world’s leading wild cat experts and proven conservation strategies to save and protect wild tigers.

The Exhibit

The new tropical forest experience will house exhibits for several Asian species including Malayan tigers, sloth bears and other iconic tropical forest animals. The first phase of this natural forest teeming with life opens May of 2013 and will feature Asian small-clawed otters plus a new children’s play area.

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A world without tigers? Not if we can help it!

On an average day, there are more visitors at Woodland Park Zoo than there are tigers left in the wild. We know how to save the last remaining wild tigers, we just need people willing to help.

Don't take pity. Take action.

Woodland Park Zoo plays a critical role by inspiring people to take conservation action. We’re also partnering with Panthera to save wild tigers in Malaysia, bringing together the world’s leading wild cat experts and proven conservation strategies to save and protect wild tigers.

The Exhibit

The new tropical forest experience will house exhibits for several Asian species including Malayan tigers, sloth bears and other iconic tropical forest animals. The first phase of this natural forest teeming with life opens May of 2013 and will feature Asian small-clawed otters plus a new children’s play area.

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