If forests are for all of us, we must be all for forests



Nature relies on us, and we must stand up to protect it

We envision a future where lush forests, vibrant wildlife, and thriving communities live in harmony. Where the earth’s lungs are preserved and community livelihoods are protected. Where people and nature flourish together.

Deforestation, habitat loss, and climate change threaten that vision more every day. Trees are being removed faster that we can plant new ones. Ecosystems are being forever changed by human and natural events. And our warming climate is threatening species and habitats.

Forests for All is Woodland Park Zoo’s bold campaign to reimagine our zoo as a catalyst for conservation.




We’re taking our commitment to conservation to new heights, laying the foundation for a wide-ranging, community-led movement.

By working together, we can make choices that influence others and add up to big results. We can build a better tomorrow for the Puget Sound region and beyond. We can create a different destiny for our planet.

Through the Forests for All campaign, we’re activating a conservation revolution. And it starts with each of us—because every person has the power to create meaningful change. Join us today to save our forests and the countless lives they sustain.

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Give Today

Donate now to save our species and habitats

We can’t do it alone. By working together, we can protect and preserve forests for all.

With your help, we can bring to life a groundbreaking, interactive Forest Trailhead exhibit as the new starting point for our visitors’ zoo journeys. We can connect communities near and far with nature and with each other like never before. And we can ignite a conservation movement that builds a more sustainable future for our world.

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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.

Association of Zoos & Aquariums
Seattle Parks & Recreation
Humane Certification

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