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Oregon Zoo
04/26/2017 at 20:00. Facebook
There are a lot of good reasons for being a ducks fan! Meet some of Oregon’s most interesting waterfowl:
Donna Laupert Leavy
Ranee Wilson
Tim Weisenhaus
Oregon Zoo
Oregon Zoo
04/26/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
It’s what-is-it Wednesday. Can you identify this Oregon Zoo animal?
It’s whatisit Wednesday Can you identify this Oregon Zoo animal
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Carl Baker
Mandy Sims
Oregon Zoo
Oregon Zoo
04/25/2017 at 20:00. Facebook
Do you have a project that will contribute to the survival, health and welfare of wildlife in the Pacific Northwest? Apply for a Future for Wildlife grant here: [ Oregonzoo.org Link ]
Do you have a project that will contribute to the survival health

Future for Wildlife program

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Oregon Zoo
Oregon Zoo
04/25/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
Waddle you do to celebrate #WorldPenguinDay? Here are a few ideas: [ Oregonzoo.org Link ]
Waddle you do to celebrate WorldPenguinDay Here are a few ideas:
Jessica Klube
Ashley Birdzell
Rachel Billick-Smith
Oregon Zoo
Oregon Zoo
04/24/2017 at 19:30. Facebook
Lunchtime is always more fun with Juno and Thelma
Kimberly Smith
Linda Feil
Deb Drewry
Oregon Zoo
Oregon Zoo
04/23/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
It’s National Volunteer Week! There are many ways you can make a positive difference for wildlife and the habitats we all depend on. Check out our April and May activity calendars here: [ Oregonzoo.org Link ]
Its National Volunteer Week There are many ways you can make a
Carol Voogd
Erica Wilson
Janice Terry Morrison
Oregon Zoo
Oregon Zoo
04/22/2017 at 20:00. Facebook
Meet some of the Pacific Northwest’s most climate-impacted species, and find out how communities are taking action for their survival:
Meet some of the Pacific Northwests most climateimpacted species and find out

How climate change is impacting Pacific NW wildlife

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Dan Flygar
Leslie Brooks
Oregon Zoo
Oregon Zoo
04/22/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
Science and compassion are our greatest tools in the effort to protect biodiversity and the health of our
Happy Earth Day, and thank you for being an advocate for wildlife.
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Science and compassion are our greatest tools in the effort to protect
Ashley Rosen
Gail Panzer
Chris Wubb
Oregon Zoo
Oregon Zoo
04/21/2017 at 20:52. Facebook
Learning to swim isn’t easy, even for river otters. 8-week-old Tucker took a dip this morning … but not without a lot of help from his mom.
Debra Mort
Liz Pett
Sara Joselin Toftlund
Oregon Zoo
Oregon Zoo
04/21/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
Springtime = more baby animal sightings. They may look like they’ve been abandoned, but mom is probably nearby. Usually, the best way to help them survive is to leave them be. Here’s what to if you find one: [ Audubonportland.org Link ]
Photo: W.J. Berg/ USFWS
Springtime more baby animal sightings They may look like theyve been abandoned
Donna Hadley Casteel
Kris Bates
Emily Sheets
Yesterday we received preliminary test results that suggest Asian elephant Shine has tested positive for tuberculosis. None of the other elephants have tested positive. As disappointed as we are by this news, we are hopeful that, given early detection, we will be able to successfully treat Shine. Learn more: [ Oregonzoo.org Link ]
Yesterday we received preliminary test results that suggest Asian elephant Shine has

Asian elephant Sung-Surin to be treated for tuberculosis

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Alyssa Read
Kellie Gee
Marla Burch
Portland could have a tiny new ambassador, and we’re helping Oregon State University researchers protect it:
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Debra Moffitt
Elizabeth McCallum
It’s what-is-it Wednesday. Can you identify this Oregon Zoo animal?
It’s whatisit Wednesday Can you identify this Oregon Zoo animal
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Katie Turner
Kathryn Wilson
Tilly's pups are getting feisty!
Courtney Talbert
Linda Heim
Dianne Danielson
When Nora makes a splash, everyone wins.
Roxanne LaNier Hall
Veronica Duerscherl Plance
Teresa Phillips
It’s Bat Appreciation Day!
One out of every five mammal species is a bat. They pollinate, spread seeds and eat bugs. Let’s show them some ????❤!
Its Bat Appreciation Day One out of every five mammal species is
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Suzanne Dostal
Laurie Richings
It’s always the right time to post bunny pics. Especially when they’re endangered Columbia Basin pygmy rabbits! Since 2002, we’ve worked with partners to save these endangered Pacific Northwest natives.
Its always the right time to post bunny pics Especially when theyre
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Chelsea Kincaid
Amber Moore
On the hunt for some unique eggs today? Look no further:
Timothy McSwain
Allie Hogstrom
Shirley Goode
Otter pup swim lessons should start any day now!
Nellie made a dash for the pool earlier this week, but mom decided she wasn’t ready. Photo: Josef Clifford
Otter pup swim lessons should start any day now
Sarah Curtis
Alice Patten
Kelcey Cummings
Today, on what would have been Packy’s 55th birthday, we reflect on his incredible legacy and all the joy he brought this community over the last half-century.
Today on what would have been Packys 55th birthday we reflect on
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Kim Bigler
Nancy L. Couture