The Calgary Zoo is home to nearly 1,000 creatures across 119 species, and is one of the city’s favourite family destinations. One third of Calgarians visit every year, and more than 97,000 have annual memberships.
Operated by the Calgary Zoological Society, a not-for-profit society founded in 1929, the Calgary Zoo is one of just five zoos in Canada accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums.
Our vision is to become Canada’s leader in wildlife conservation. To that aim, we operate an offsite Wildlife Conservation Centre where many of our conservation breeding programs take place. Our Conservation Research team has earned international recognition in the science of species recovery and reintroduction. Through community conservation and reintroductions, we are using science to protect species-at-risk and set a new path for wildlife, locally and globally.
Walking the Talk on Sustainability
Our Green Team's mandate is to champion new green initiatives and move the zoo in a positive direction for sustainable operations.
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