ZOOPARENT

Adopt an animal and show your support for wildlife

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Attention

We apologize for the delay, but ZooParent orders received after March 6, 2020 will not be mailed out until the zoo’s temporary closure has ended (this does not apply to the digital adoptions below). Thank you for your understanding.

 

Help fund the care of all the amazing animals at Woodland Park Zoo and make a difference for wildlife by becoming a ZooParent. Your gift helps support conservation programs in the Pacific Northwest and around the world. Plus, you'll receive a personalized adoption certificate, color photo of your animal, fun facts and more! Adopt an animal for yourself or give as a gift to the animal lover in your life.

 

Seasonal Special



Celebrate Ulan’s first baby with a symbolic animal adoption in her name! Adopt now and help fund conservation programs and the daily care and feeding of our tapir baby, mom Ulan and all zoo inhabitants.

Seasonal special adoption

Adopt an Animal



Help fund the care of all the amazing animals at Woodland Park Zoo and make a difference for wildlife by becoming a ZooParent.

Start your adoption

Group Adoptions



Group adoptions are perfect for schools, classes, birthday party fundraisers, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts or any other group of animal lovers.

Group adoptions

ADOPTION LEVELS

 


Keeper - $50

Basic benefits for ZooParent include:

  • Personalized certificate of adoption
  • Photo of your animal
  • Animal fact sheet
  • ZooParent static window cling
  • Online recognition for one year*

Most Popular!


Lead Keeper - $100

All basic benefits plus:

  • Adorable plush animal
  • Two one-time use admission passes
  • Your name on the ZooParent recognition sign at Woodland Park Zoo**

Senior Keeper - $250

All basic benefits plus:

  • Adorable plush animal
  • Two one-time use admission passes
  • Your name on the ZooParent recognition sign at Woodland Park Zoo**
  • $10 gift card for use on zoo grounds, at zoo gift shops and at the food pavilion

Associate Curator - $500

All basic benefits plus:

  • Adorable plush animal
  • Four one-time use admission passes
  • Your name on the ZooParent recognition sign at Woodland Park Zoo**
  • $10 gift card for use on zoo grounds, at zoo gift shops and at the food pavilion
  • Savanna Club level Wild at Heart membership (for donor only)***

Curator - $1,000

All basic benefits plus:

  • Adorable plush animal
  • Four one-time use admission passes
  • Your name on the ZooParent recognition sign at Woodland Park Zoo**
  • $10 gift card for use on zoo grounds, at zoo gift shops and at the food pavilion
  • Upgrade to the Safari Club level Wild at Heart membership (for donor only)***

 

Details about benefits:

* Online recognition updated each month with previous month’s adoptions
** ZooParent Recognition Sign is updated each March with the previous calendar year’s adoptions
*** Wild at Heart donor membership is valid for one year from date of purchase and covers up to 2 adults, children (age 18 and under) and one Flexible Guest per visit. Membership is for the donor only and benefits arrive separately from the adoption. Visit
www.zoo.org/WildatHeart for a full list of benefits for each donor level.

 

MORE INFORMATION

All ZooParent packages are shipped within a week of order date. Please note that ZooParent kits must be mailed within the U.S. and Canada. Depending on availability, actual plush may vary. Adoptions of $100 or more are not fully tax-deductible—visit zoo.org/givingfaq for more information.


Need a ZooParent Kit Right Away?

We offer ready-made giraffe, penguin and tiger adoption kits available for purchase in both ZooStores! Swing by either store to pick one up today.


ZooParent Recognition

Thank you to hundreds of generous animal lovers who adopt Woodland Park Zoo animals every year. Find your name on our ZooParent online recognition list!


Questions?

We're here to help! Email zooparent@zoo.org or call (206) 548-2493 to learn how you can adopt an animal today.

TEMPORARY CLOSURE
The zoo is temporarily closed following state recommendations to help slow the spread of coronavirus.
Get updates at zoo.org/health