Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium is reflecting on its conservation efforts of last year in its second digital issue of ZooPrints, the Zoo and Aquarium’s newsletter. In a continued effort to reduce waste, the Zoo made the decision to turn its conservation issue into a digital piece in 2017.
The issue focuses on conservation efforts being made my Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium throughout 2018, both on Zoo grounds and in the field. Readers will explore subjects such as the Zoo’s role in saving species from extinction, reproduction and nutrition research and field work in Africa, Honduras and Belize.
ZooPrints is available at OmahaZooPrints.com, on the Zoo’s website and will be emailed directly to Zoo members. The spring and summer issues of ZooPrints will continue to be mailed to Zoo and Aquarium members at the address on file.