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The zoo’s top 10 sustainable initiatives you need to know about!
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The zoo’s top 10 sustainable initiatives you need to know about!

Learn about the top ten initiatives the Calgary Zoo has undertaken to make our world a greener, healthier and more sustainable place to live in.

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Sabi & Mali
Zoo Activities

Meet Lionesses Mali & Sabi

The Calgary Zoo's African lion pride has grown by two - lionesses Mali and Sabi are now visible to the public! After acclimating to their new home, the lionesses will be introduced to our male lions Baruti and Aslan.

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Giant Panda
Zoo Activities

Panda Breakfast

Enjoy a delicious breakfast and learn why giant pandas are so important, why they sleep so much, and what specialized care is required to protect this majestic endangered animal. After your meal, you’ll be treated to an exclusive viewing of the pandas enjoying their morning routine. You are welcome to stay on park to explore afterwards.

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Calgary Zoo - Animals - Gorillas
Conservation

Gorilla Action Program

Did you know that some cell phone parts use coltan, an ore mined in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where gorillas live? This mining contributes to habitat loss and the endangerment of gorillas. When we reduce, reuse, THEN recycle our electronic devices we lessen the demand for coltan and help protect gorillas in the wild.

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The Zoo Panda Brunch

Watch the Giant Pandas

Check out our PandaCam presented by Hainan Airlines! Now you can watch our giant pandas online and see what they're up to even when you're not at the zoo.

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The Calgary Zoo Welcomes Five Endangered Vancouver Island Marmot Pups

The Calgary Zoo announced today that 5 Vancouver Island Marmot pups have been born at the Devonian Wildlife Conservation Centre. Since the Calgary Zoo became involved in the Vancouver Island marmot...

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The wild Whooping Crane population has grown by two – thanks to the Calgary Zoo

The Calgary Zoo announced today that the number of whooping cranes in the wild grew by two, with the transfer of two, one-year old whooping cranes born at the Calgary Zoo. “We’re so proud that these...

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Future of the Vancouver Island marmot looks brighter thanks to new study

The Calgary Zoo along with the Marmot Recovery Foundation (MRF), the United States Geological Survey (USGS) and the University of Washington recently published a study that could help take the...

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