Zoo’s ‘Party for the Planet’ begins Saturday with conservation activities, scavenger hunt and new maned wolves

by | Apr 7, 2015

Woodland Park Zoo’s week-long Party for the Planet starts Saturday with keeper talks, special conservation activities, live musical performances, raptor flight demonstrations, a text message scavenger hunt, and a chance to meet the zoo’s newest residents, maned wolves Lana and Vinny, who have just moved into the Wildlife Survival Zone. Maned wolves have large ears and stilt-like legs.

On April 11, meet Seattle Mariners recycling mascots Captain Plastic and Kid Compost in Zoomazium.

Complete a text message scavenger hunt throughout the zoo and automatically be entered for a chance to win a behind-the-scenes penguin encounter for four.

Party for the Planet, which is free with zoo admission, runs Saturday, April 11, through Sunday, April 19.

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