Cape May County Zoo Society:
707 North Route 9
PO Box 864
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SAVE THE DATE!
Enjoy Asian Foods, Comedy Show, Music & Dancing...and MORE!
At the Cape May County Park & Zoo on Saturday, December 14th from 11 am to 2 pm at the Reptile House. Bring your camera and take a photo with Santa & Mrs. Claus!
Great opportunity to pay tibute to a love one, commemorate a special occasion or simply support the Cape May County Zoo. Purchase an engraved brick to be placed along and around the completed snow leopard habitat. More information.
Brand New at the Zoo, we have acquired 4 Chinese Alligators, the rarest and most endangered Alligator in the world. We are very happy to be a new participant in the SSP program for these animals. All of our new Chinese Alligators can be viewed daily in our Alligator yard by the Reptile House.
Scimitar-horned oryx (Oryx dammah), also known as the Sahara oryx, is now extinct in the wild.
It formerly inhabited all of North Africa. Its decline began as a result of climate change, and later it was hunted extensively for its horns. The unicorn myth may have originated from sightings of a scimitar oryx with a broken horn.
These elegant creatures are part of the Zoo's Species Survival Plan (SSP), which helps to ensure the survival of selected species in zoos and aquariums, most of which are threatened or endangered in the wild. This program also helps maintain healthy and genetically diverse animal populations within the zoo community.
Come and see them roam the savanna along with giraffe, zebra, bongo and more!
Great Article by The Press of Atlantic City on our Zoo Director, Dr. Paluch.
We are proud to announce the birth of two snow leopard cubs to mother Himani on April 20 of this year. More on these rare cats.
Naming contest to begin when gender is determined in a few weeks. Stay tune.
SUMMER ZOO CAMP - register early! Education Department: 609-465-6832
For more ZooCamp information: www.capemaycountygov.net
We are excited about our new online presence. Browse our new website to learn more about our organization.