Cape May County Zoo
Cape May County Zoo


Take a moment to learn how you can help take part in the Zoo's future.

Giving through a will or living trust, life insurance policy, or IRA can be ways to provide support to the Zoo after your lifetime. By including Cape May County Zoological Society in your estate plans, you will be creating a wonderful legacy and hope for the future of the Zoo and it's inhabitants. Leave a lasting legacy, that will make a difference for generations to come.

A simple provision or amendment prepared by your attorney at the time you make or update your will or trust may be all that is necessary. Check with your lawyer and financial planner for more advice.

 ZooFriends help sustain the zoo's efforts in the animal care and conservations for the future generations.

 For more information call William MacQueen 609-865-7938 or

A Legacy Thrives
Thanks to animal lovers like you

Your donation today will ensure the survival of a healthy Snow Leopard population for generations to come.

Himani and Vijay - and the entire Zoo staff - are proud parents of 5 healthy cubs born here since 2010.
Kaba & Sabu, Himani's first cubs, now make their homes at Seneca Park Zoo in Rochester and the Brookfield Zoo in Chicago. Nubo, born in 2011, resides at Chattanooga Zoo.
Our first female cub Chameli and her brother Bali were born in April of 2012.  The cubs have moved to other zoos take part in the Species Survival Plan breeding program. Bali now resides at Mill Mountain Zoo in Roanoke, VA, and sister, Chameli's new home is at Turtleback Zoo in West Orange, NJ.
We are very proud to have been so successful over the years breeding Snow Leopards.
The Cape May County Zoo bloodline is one of the strongest in North America right now!

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