With your generous gift, YOU will “Inspire Passion for the Natural World” through emphazing Conservation, Education, Scientific Study, & Recreation in all aspects of the Zoo.
Gifts of all sizes are important and make a difference! Please select one of the many fundraising efforts below to make a donation to what matters most to you.
Help us Renew the Zoo! An $18 million capital campaign will allow us to expand by creating new habitats for endangered Asian species such as the Malayan tiger, red panda, Komodo dragon and Sumatran orangutan. Your financial commitment is vital to helping the Birmingham Zoo take on this exciting state of the art expansion. For more information, click here.
The Birmingham Zoo partakes in conservation globally, nationally and locally through its Passion into Conservation Action (PiCA) program, Species Survival Plan (SSP)®, and protecting endangered animals. The PiCA program encourages Birmingham Zoo employees to continue their education through research and study opportunities around the world. The Zoo participates in the SSP which maintains a healthy and genetically diverse animal population within the zoo community. By taking part in this, the Zoo increases the population of endangered animals through carefully controlled breeding programs. The Zoo also preserves endangered species by allowing the public to learn more about them and the actions required to save them. Your support of conservation allows the Zoo to continue its conservation research and encourage growth of endangered animal populations.
Kiwanis ZooSchool is an interdisciplinary experience in which Birmingham City School seventh graders use the Zoo as an outdoor classroom. Students learn about species survival (science), world-wide cultures as they relate to the animals (social studies) and using technology to learn about the scientific and engineering research involved in sustaining species populations (science, technology, engineering, math and English language).
Help the Birmingham Zoo’s golden eagles soar to new heights as they make the move to a new home on the Alabama Wilds Trail. Alabama is one of the most biologically and geographically diverse states and shares this beautiful species with nearly every other continent in the world. Aid the Zoo in its mission to educate thousands of visitors about preserving the natural wonders of Alabama. Proceeds benefit the new Golden Eagle Exhibit. Make your gift today and help them fly.
Even Zoo animals may need to see the doctor! The Birmingham Zoo’s animals are under constant veterinary care to help prevent disease and injury or to diagnose and heal. Annually, there are numbers births and hatchings at the Birmingham Zoo. Throughout this time for both the mother and her offspring, the Animal Departments and Animal Health Center must provide exceptional care to ensure survival. Donations to Animal Care will allow the Zoo to stay up-to-date on medical research, purchase new equipment and provide general care supplies.
With your generous gift, YOU will “Inspire Passion for the Natural World.” Donate to the General Support fund and the Zoo will use the gift where it is needed most. Your gift will fund general Zoo maintenance and animal care through specialized care and research.
*Thank you for your gift in helping the Birmingham Zoo to continue to further its mission! If you have questions concerning donations, or if you would like to learn more about the many opportunities that we offer to further support the Zoo, please contact the Development Office at 205.397.3856.
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