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Thank you, friends!

Every day we are grateful for those who make Happy Hollow a safe, fun, and educational place to play. This of course includes our amazing conservation animal ambassadors, but also our visitors, members, staff, volunteers, and Happy Hollow Foundation.

We look forward to seeing your smiling faces when we open back up this Friday, November 23 through Sunday, November 25. Until then, we wish everyone a safe, warm, and happy Thanksgiving holiday!  

Plan your visit!
What happens at Happy Hollow when the air is unhealthy?

Our hearts go out to those affected by the devastating wildfires, and we apologize if our recent closures caused any inconvenience. While we have been eager to open our gates for visitors, the health and safety of our guests, animals, and staff are always our top priority. 

What special care do we provide for our animals when the air is unhealthy? Using enrichment, we provide stimulating environments which allow our animals opportunities to demonstrate species-typical behavior. This is accomplished by providing them with stimulus and cognitive tasks through training. During times with poor air quality, enrichment is modified to be less focused on physical activity, to prevent overexertion.

Read our latest update!
Progress for Pollinator deadline: Saturday, December 1
Have you heard the buzz about our Progress for Pollinators grant? Eligible applicants can receive up to $2,500 to create pollinator friendly habitats in our community. 
Learn more!
Members - did you know about this benefit?
Membership is your ticket to a year's worth of memories - and not just at Happy Hollow Park & Zoo! Did you know your membership makes you eligible for free or reduced admission to other zoos, aquariums, and science-technology centers across the U.S.? 
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