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Applied behavioral research at the Woodland Park Zoological Gardens, Seattle, Washington, 1977

Applied behavioral research at the Woodland Park Zoological Gardens, Seattle, Washington, 1977

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Published by Pika Press in Seattle .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Woodland Park Zoological Gardens, Seattle.,
  • Zoos -- Washington (State) -- Seattle.,
  • Zoology -- Research.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies.

    Statementedited by Carolyn Crockett and Michael Hutchins.
    ContributionsCrockett, Carolyn., Hutchins, Michael.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination407 p. :
    Number of Pages407
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14180174M

    The most consequential development of this time, ultimately, may have been the founding of the Seattle Zoological Society (later Woodland Park Zoological Society) as a promotional and fund-raising organization auxiliary to the Parks Department. Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle works to save animals and their habitat in Seattle, the Pacific Northwest and around the world. The Zoo community is made up of talented and dedicated management, staff and volunteers who encorage vistors and those they reach trhough award winning conservation and education programs to learn, care and act/5(3).

      I volunteered at the WPZ for four years (and racked up over hours of service work) and I would say that the WPZ is on the cutting edge of both encouraging of and setting an example for conservation and design. In recent years there has been a.   In May , the P-I received a six-page history of Woodland Park Zoo from Dr. Gus Knudson, then director of the zoological division. His accounts states Woodland Park was purchased in .

    Washington Park Zoological Society, Michigan City, IN. K likes. It is the mission of the Washington Park Zoological Society to dedicate and promote the appreciation of animals in ways that delight /5(67). John Bierlein, author of Historylink’s new book Woodland: The Story of the Animals and People of Woodland Park Zoo, will explore changing ideas about the relationship between humans and animals and give a fond look at the zoo’s animals and the people who care for them.


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Who's who at the zoo; a guide to the Zoological Gardens, Woodland Park, Seattle, WashingtonAuthor: Gordon R Newell. Social biology, bioclimatic zones and the comprehensive master plan for the Woodland Park Zoological Gardens.

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their lives. Woodland Park Zoological Society (Zoo Society) was formed as a nonprofit corporation on Novemunder the laws of the State of Washington. Effective March1,the City of Seattle transferred management and financial responsibility for.

Woodland Park is a acre ( ha) public park in Seattle's Phinney Ridge and Green Lake neighborhoods that originated as the estate of Guy C.

Phinney, lumber mill owner and real estate developer. Phinney died inand inthe Olmsted Brothers firm of Boston was hired to design the city's parks, including Woodland Park. The park is split in half by Aurora Avenue N. (State Route 99). Develop a five senses garden by adding enhanced sight, touch and smell elements with the intent to increase accessibility and providing a welcoming atmosphere and experience for all.

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Numerous studies have shown that characteristics such as visitor presence Author: Gareth Davey. Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo, now regarded as one of the nation's best, began with a small menagerie on Guy Phinney's sprawling Woodland Park estate between Phinney Ridge and Green Lake.

Inthe City of Seattle purchased the estate, and in John C. Olmsted () designed the first plan for its permanent "Zoological Gardens.". Enrichment is integral to the husbandry and management of small felids at Woodland Park Zoological Gardens, Seattle.

Effective environmental and behavioural enrichment can reduce stereotypic behaviours and promote behavioural patterns which resemble those of wild by: The Washington Park Zoo founded inencompasses 15 acres on a hilly sand dune and located near the southern shore of beautiful Lake Michigan.

The zoo exhibits more than 90 species originating throughout the world. The animals are exhibited in natural settings, surrounded by botanical plantings. Among the exhibits are Bengal tigers, Cotton top tamarins, American alligators, Grizzly bear. The City undertook a series of revolutionary exhibit and habitat improvements beginning in the s, and the Woodland Park Zoo is now regarded as one of the top 10 in the nation.

Phinney's private streetcar and Woodland Park gate at Fremont N and 50th, Seattle, ca. Courtesy Woodland Park Zoological Society.

Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR), in equal partnership with the University of Washington Botanic Gardens (UW), and the Arboretum Foundation (AF) are engaging in a pre-design study for the building of a new Environmental Education Center at Washington Park Arboretum. This new facility will allow the current youth and adult education programming to expand by nearly double those currently.

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Cooper, H. Alejandro is a leading voice on the role of zoos in the face of pressing global environmental concerns. He focuses on conserving wildlife, public engagement in conservation and science education. COE JOn C. (): The Genesis of Habitat Immersion in Gorilla Exhibits, Woodland Park Zoological Garden & Zoo Atlana, Published COE Jon C.

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Photo,copyright MOHAI, Webster & Stevens, Woodland Park Zoo’s exhibit areas include outdoor and indoor spacious settings that are mentally, socially and physically healthier for the animals with a focus on underscoring the critical relationship between animals and their habitat and immersing visitors .