Call of the Wild

Virtual Experience

Wild Meet & Greet

In Person Experience



Lucy is curious and loves to explore her environment and learn new skills. She enjoys almost any food reward, especially banana chips, raw chicken, grapes and peanut butter.


North American Porcupine

Skyáana is gentle and confident, determined to do exactly what she wants to do when she wants to do it. She’s a natural climber and will gladly climb for some yam, corn or piece of fruit. Molly is the mother of Skyáana, and used to live in the Northern Trail exhibit.


Striped Skunk

Harry arrived at Woodland Park Zoo in 2017 and his keepers are still getting to know him and his likes and needs. Stay tuned for more details!


Arctic Fox

Hudson is a clever, playful fox. He loves heavy-duty squeaky toys and working with his keepers—especially when they have snacks! Arctic foxes are only white in the winter. Hudson is quickly shedding his perfect white coat and slimming down into a more svelt grayish fox.


Nine-banded Armadillo

Amarillo can move fast when he wants to, but he usually takes his time, distracted by his amazing sense of smell. Although he’s small, Amarillo is capable of jumping 2 to 3 feet in the air!



Sophia and Loren are very polite girls with rather reserved temperaments. Like many of us, fitness is important to Sophia and Loren; these girls wear FitBarks to keep track of their steps every day! We're sure you'll love these ladies.


Pot-bellied Pigs

These playful pig sisters love spending time with each other and with our keepers who work (and play) with them every day. Their favorite things include snacking on fresh veggies and getting belly scratches.



Rico the donkey has gray fur and Sam the donkey is white and brown. Donkeys are one of the smaller members of the horse family. They are intelligent, playful and quick to learn.



Don’t call them cows! Rufous (with reddish brown fur) and Remy (with black fur) are both male steers. They are gentle and curious, and enjoy getting head-rubs and snacks.


Guinea Pigs

All the guinea pigs came from a local guinea pig rescue in Auburn, Washington. They were once unwanted pets, and now they are superstars with a great life at the zoo!


Nigerian Dwarf Goats

Our Nigerian Dwarf Goat herd is made up of a spunky group all named after popular Pacific Northwest flora and fauna; Bramble, Nettle, Rhody, Huck, and Snowberry are all quite social.


Nubian & Kinder Goats

Profile info coming soon!



Winston the rabbit has tortoise-shell fur, with lovely dapples of orangey-brown and black. Keaton, with the gray fur, is our Flemish giant rabbit. His breed is one of the largest in the world—males can weigh 15 to 20 pounds!

Our Mission

Woodland Park Zoo saves wildlife and inspires everyone to make conservation a priority in their lives.

Land Acknowledgment

Woodland Park Zoo recognizes that these are the lands of the Tribal signatories of the Treaty of Point Elliott. We acknowledge their stewardship of this place continues to this day and that it is our responsibility to join them to restore the relationship with the living world around us.

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