One of the top 10 zoos in the country is in your own backyard!
Communications Director Ron Magill and our cheetah ambassadors spread awareness about endangered species and help raise thousands of dollars for cheetah conservation efforts in South Africa.
Zoo Miami provides unforgettable animal encounters that can spark a lifetime of passion for wildlife.
Think globally, act locally. With our Florida: Mission Everglades exhibit, we are committed to educating visitors about the link between Everglades health and their everyday lives.
The whole family can spend the day at Zoo Miami learning about the more than 3,000 animals in our care.
Peggy and Mabel, along with new arrivals Lisa and Cita, make up our African Elephant herd.
Supporting global and local conservation, Zoo Miami continues to focus on threatened and endangered species. From the Americas to Africa we collaborate with other agencies, provide veterinary support and broaden educational awareness for species at risk.
Zoo Miami's education programs foster our community's innate curiosity and enthusiasm for wildlife and the ecosystems that support them. Our aim is to provide informal education about environmental conservation as well as STEM training for youth audiences. Programs take place on Zoo Miami grounds, within our community classrooms, and in off-site natural areas and parks. The Carnival Kids program, one of our longest running and most popular education initiatives, has impacted over 8,000 Miami-Dade public school students.
Jose C. Romano
Baptist Health South Florida
James Kushlan, PhD
William W. Moore
Zoo Miami Foundation President & CEO
J. Carol Kruse
Zoo Miami Director
President & CEO
Director of Marketing and Integrated Communications
Director of Membership Services
Chief Development Officer
This organization's financial statements were independently submitted and have not been verified by The Miami Foundation.