The Zoological Society of Milwaukee keeps the interest of animals going while the zoo is closed
Posted: Apr 7, 2020 6:41 AM CDT
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Milwaukee (CBS 58)--The mission of the Zoological Society of Milwaukee is three fold. To conserve, educate, and support. And during the times of this Covid Crisis, the non-profit also acts as a strong connection to the zoo itself. Currently, there are various fundraisers for zoo operations taking place, including the sale of cute, plush jaguars and penguins. The society is also offering up a variety of online educational tools so kids at home can continue learning.
The Zoological Society of Milwaukee is also urging patrons to purchase zoo passes through them. They are good for a year once the zoo itself reopens. You can find a link to the society by clicking here.