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Mill Mountain Zoo

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conservation

Mill Mountain Zoo is a refuge to animals that are critically endangered, vulnerable, or otherwise non-releasable due to injury or captive birth. Not only do we protect and preserve the health and viability of these vulnerable animals in our guardianship. MMZoo is the region's leader in wildlife conservation. Additionally, we participate in research and species survival programs.

upcoming events

Jun
5
Take a Walk on the Wild Side - Plants and Pollinators
Join us to look at all of our beautiful flora and those that keep them living with our plants and pollinators program.
Jun
8
Breakfast With The Animals - Break Bread with the Birds
Do you love our feathered and flighty friends? Come join us for Break Bread with the Birds!
Jun
11
Zoosday's at the Library - Herbivores
Prepare to be transported on a delightful journey as we explore the fascinating lives of these plant-eating animals, their specialized adaptations, diverse diets, and their crucial role in shaping ecosystems.

zoo News

The Latest News:
April 18, 2024

Mill Mountain Zoo excitedly welcomes our new Wallaby residents! Hop on down to see our newest (and some would say cutest!) residents here at the Zoo!

In The Media:
April 16, 2024
Mill Mountain Zoo talks Spring/Summer Events

Mill Mountain Zoo is adding more fun things to do at the zoo. Zoo educators Katie Harlow and Kiana Nowall speak with 7@four about the upcoming events. As a reminder, Summer camp registration is open!

Press Release:
May 24, 2024
Mill Mountain Zoo Hangs Out a Warm Welcome: Meet Lady, the New Sloth!

Mill Mountain Zoo is thrilled to announce the latest addition to our zoo family: Lady, the 11-year-old Two-Toed Sloth! Lady is a Hoffman Two-Toed Sloth (Choloepus hoffmanni).

Blog:
April 22, 2024
Mill Mountain Zoo Trivia

See if you can answer this trivia question!

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