Animal Health and Well-being

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Schindler Wildlife Rehabilitation Center

The Valerie H. Schindler Wildlife Rehabilitation Center provides free veterinary and rehabilitation services to orphaned and injured native animals brought to the Zoo for treatment. The Center also provides significant training opportunities to residents, interns and other students who work or volunteer at the Center while they pursue careers in biology or veterinary medicine. Funds raised by the Zoo Society provide half of the money needed to operate the Center. Please use the form below to make a donation to the Schindler Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.

Animal Enrichment Programs

The Zoo’s animal enrichment programs serve the psychological and physical well-being of the Zoo’s animals by providing them with complex, changing and appropriate environments and social settings that encourage play, foraging and other natural behaviors. Donations from Zoo Society members and donors provide all of the funds used to operate these programs. Please use the form below to make a donation to the Zoo's animal enrichment programs.

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