Conservation at the Greenville Zoo
Quarters for Conservation

You Can Change the World!


The Greenville Zoo’s Quarters for Conservation program provides much-needed funding for new and existing wildlife conservation projects in our region and around the globe.

Each time you visit the zoo, a portion of your admission fee goes into a restricted fund for conservation, and in return, you receive a token that you can use to vote for the conservation project that inspires you. Funds collected through the program go directly to the selected projects.

Project information and the voting station are located in the Conservation Plaza, just before you enter the South American Pampas exhibit. 

 Learn more about Quarters for Conservation.




Conservation Lecture Series

Conservation Lecture Series

POSTPONED


The November 9 lecture by Dr. Dan Hilliard with ZCOG has been postponed.

Thank you for your continued support of our conservation efforts here at the Greenville Zoo. We will announce the new date as soon as it is determined. 



Greenville Zoo Tree Walk




Lemurs with painting

Lemur Painting Fundraiser


In September and October, the zookeepers worked hard to train the black-and-white-ruffed lemurs to paint. The boys enjoyed all the raisins they received as rewards and the zookeepers sold 71 paintings in just over a month.
 
The lemurs' paintings raised $1,460, with half the proceeds going to Madagascar Fauna and Flora Group and half going to Greenville Zoo Chapter of the AAZK.

Keep checking our Facebook page for announcements about our next fundraiser.

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