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  • The Pueblo Zoo

  • Located in Pueblo, Colorado USA, the Pueblo Zoo houses over 300 animals and offers a great website with a terrific Kidz CKorner where children can play games, work puzzles and read articles about featured animals at the Zoo. A very friendly zoo with lots of animals close up!
    http://pueblozoo.org

  • National Aquarium in Baltimore

  • The National Aquarium in Baltimore in Baltimore is one of the world’s leading aquatic facilities, home to more than 10,500 specimens and 560 species of animals. Baltimore City’s most-visited tourist attraction, the Aquarium was recently ranked as the nation’s 18th top-rated attraction in a Zagat Survey for its appeal to both adults and children and the quality of visitor service.
    http://www.agua.org

  • Buttonwood Park Zoo

  • Recently called "one of the finest small zoos in the United States" by the American Zoo and Aquarium Association, Buttonwood Park Zoo features over 200 animals, including Asian elephants, North American Bison and mountain lions, as well as a traditional New England farm.
    http://www.bpzoo.org

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  • New, instant success, no fingerings beginning guitar method, new improvisational musical instruments and books on music theory simplified.
    http://www.guitarsimplified.com

  • Nashville Zoo at Grassmere

  • Nahville Zoo is one of the city's true gems. And with every new exhibit, the amazement and sense of adventure grows. The interest grows too as more familes believe a trip to Nashville isn't complete without a visit here. They come back for things like Grassmere Historic Farm, a 19th complete farm with the original Grassmere home; the Unseen New World, full of reptiles, insect and bats in natrual habitats; the Animal Trail that showcases wildlife from around the world; the Entry Village, where they are greeted by Hyacinth macaws and Gibbons. There is also Critter Encounters, for a close-up look at the animals and Jungle Gym, the largest community-built playground in the country. For whatever reason, make a trip to the Zoo part of your visit to Nashville.
    http://www.nashvillezoo.org

  • Center for Ecosystem Survival

  • Organizational Information Type of Environmental Education Provider:Not for Profit Mission Statement:The Center for Ecosystem Survival (CES) is dedicated to creating global partnerships to inspire broadbased participation in the preservation of biological diversity through ecosystem protection world-wide. The goals of CES are to increase individual participation in and awareness of worldwide conservation by providing an opportunity for direct action through the Adopt An Acre and Adopt A Reef programs. As a means of reaching out to and educating the public, we offer a traveling Insect Discovery Lab designed to teach students at all levels about scientific observation, insect identification, natural history, biodiversity, ecosystems, and conservation. Students have the chance to touch and interact with live arthropods, providing a hands-on learning experience. Counties Served:San Francisco, Alameda, San Mateo, Marin, Sonoma, Contra Costa, Santa Clara Adopt A Reef: Adopt A Reef is one of the most successful student stewardship conservation programs for the the purchase and protection of threatened and endangered wild ocean and coral reef ecosystems. Students and teachers are provided with informational guides and "how-to" materials for participation in saving critical ocean ecosystems. Adopt An Acre:Adopt An Acre is one of the most successful conservation programs providing direct stewardship opportunities for the purchase and protection of threatened and endangered rainforest and ocean ecosystems. Students are provided with materials, action guides and "how-to" information for saving wildlife and their wild places.
    http://www.savenature.org

  • Woodland Park Zoo

  • Woodland Park Zoo is a education and conservation institution demonstrating the value, beauty and interdependence of all living things. Located on 92-acres just north of downtown Seattle, more than 300 species of animals are represented including jaguar, grizzly bears, elephants, gorillas and more! We are a top award winner for our many naturalistic animal exhibits.
    http://www.zoo.org

  • The Good Zoo Guide Online

  • Provides descriptions and information on zoos worldwide. Public can contribute to the guide reviewing and adding zoos to the online database.
    http://www.goodzoos.com

  • Taiping Zoo

  • Malaysia. 1200 animals of 160 species in a natural setting. Location, hours, fees and discounts.
    http://www.zootaiping.gov.my/

  • Zoologischer Garten Köln

  • Germany's third oldest zoo invites you to visit. Information about the zoo, its work, its animals and events.
    http://www.zoo-koeln.de/

  • The Johannesburg Zoo

  • Located in South Africa.
    http://www.jhbzoo.org.za

  • The Rainforest Habitat

  • Papua New Guinea's largest zoological institution. Find out about its work in the areas of environmental education, research and training, species on exhibit, and visiting.
    http://www.habitat.org.pg/

  • Emperor Valley Zoo

  • Port of Spain, Trinidad. Visitor information, map with exhibit list, news and events, animal chat and photos of animals and the facility.
    http://www.trinizoo.com/

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