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One Wild World - Episode 2
Episode 2: One Northwest - Species and Spaces in the Pacific Northwest

Thursday, October 8, 2020 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM


Tune in for a three-part series when global experts join Woodland Park Zoo (WPZ) staff in conversation about the intersections of animals, humans and habitats in a global pandemic.

No registration required.

Episodes will stream live at www.zoo.org/onewildworldlive and be available for on-demand viewing on this page following these premieres:


Episode 2: One Northwest

Species and Spaces in the Pacific Northwest

October 8, 2020, Noon (Pacific Standard Time)

Jay Julius, Former Chairman and Councilmember of Lummi Nation
Wendy Willette, Detective with Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Law Enforcement program
Robert Long, PhD, Senior Conservation Scientist and Director, Living Northwest Program at WPZ


Special Guests

Lisa Dabek, PhD, Senior Conservation Scientist and Director of the Papua New Guinea Tree Kangaroo Conservation Program at WPZ
Alejandro Grajal, PhD, President and CEO of WPZ
Lynda Mapes, Environment Reporter with The Seattle Times
Nora Nickum, Ocean Policy Manager at Seattle Aquarium
Modi Pontio, Associate Director, Tree Kangaroo Conservation Program – Papua New Guinea


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NOTES TO VISITORS

 

Coming Up

Pumpkin Loop



October 14 - 31, 2020

Join us for a stroll through crisp fallen leaves and golden lit canopies to wander the Pumpkin Loop and meet your favorite fall creatures. Break out your coziest autumn scarf and matching mask and find a pumpkin-perfect backdrop this season.

The zoo has placed pumpkins throughout the one-way-loop for guests to enjoy. Please be mindful of those around you and do not block the path while taking photos. Happy pumpkin spotting!

On October 24 and 25, little guests can expect a few sweet treats from zoo staff on your exit—and costumes are encouraged! As always, face coverings are required.

ALERT: We will be closing at 2:00 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day - Thursday, November 26, 2020.