Conservation Partner Highlight: Frontera Land Alliance

by Janae' Reneaud Field Recently Frontera Land Alliance has seen growing support for conservation throughout our region from folks who are taking a stand to protect working farms, ranches and natural open space. Caring for our land is not new. It really revved up in the late 1970s with the successful community-based movement to make … Continue reading Conservation Partner Highlight: Frontera Land Alliance

Conservation Spotlight: El Paso Del Norte AAZK

AAZK logo designed by Eddie Guzman The El Paso Zoo has several key purposes and missions that revolve around wildlife and wild places. We aim to inspire people to care about and connect to nature, we are actively working to save endangered species from extinction, and we provide excellent care and welfare to the animals … Continue reading Conservation Spotlight: El Paso Del Norte AAZK

The Zoo’s conservation efforts to help Cotton-top tamarins

Photo by Suzi Eszterhas The El Paso Zoo Conservation Committee supports conservation ambassadors living at the Zoo including our cotton-top tamarins that live in our South American Pavilion. Projecto Titi is just one of many field conservation projects that we have helped in recent years. By Rosamira Guillen, Executive Director, Projecto Tit Cotton-top tamarins are … Continue reading The Zoo’s conservation efforts to help Cotton-top tamarins

Online ZAPs: How does this work?

Who can sign up for an Online Zoo Adventure Program (ZAP)? Currently, we are accepting requests from groups of any kind. This includes, but is not limited to, school groups, scouts, youth groups, daycare groups, birthday parties, work groups/office meetings, etc. Because we are not pre-scheduling programs, we are not accepting individual registrations at this … Continue reading Online ZAPs: How does this work?