ADULT PROGRAMS

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Amphibian Monitoring Program

Volunteer to monitor amphibian species in your local ponds and wetlands in this citizen science program.



Senior Zoo Walkers

Designed especially for seniors, this program gets you out onto zoo grounds and moving!  Offered in partnership with Kaiser Permanente and the Seattle Parks Department Lifelong Recreation.



Advanced Inquiry Program

Master's Program at Woodland Park Zoo. Open to applicants with a Bachelor’s degree regardless of academic major or profession. The AIP is designed for K–12 teachers and a broad range of environmental and education professionals, and can be completed in 2 1/2 years taking classes part-time while working.


Backyard Habitat Classes

Interested in creating habitat for wildlife in your backyard, schoolyard, or community garden? While no Backyard Habitat classes are currently offered, please click here to indicate your interest in future classes!

Our Mission

Woodland Park Zoo saves animals and their habitats through conservation leadership and engaging experiences, inspiring people to learn, care and act.

 

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