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Photo Ark Zoo Exhibitions

Bring your classroom face-to-face with the animals of the Photo Ark in this large outdoor installation touring to zoos across the country and around the world.

Picture of Photo Ark Zoo kiosk rendering

Artistic rendering of the outdoor Photo Ark display kiosks for zoos. Each of these structures will be 8 feet tall.

Rendering by National Geographic Museum

The National Geographic Photo Ark is a multiyear effort led by photographer Joel Sartore that aims to document every species currently held in human care, inspire action through education, and help save animals facing extinction in the wild by supporting on-the-ground conservation projects.

Zoos across the country are hosting Photo Ark exhibitions to raise awareness and help build a community around these issues. The exhibitions will also highlight some of the important conservation work taking place in zoos, aquariums, and wildlife rescue centers around the world. Each exhibition will feature large-format prints, as well as a grid of many more images to highlight the range of species in the Photo Ark. Visitors will learn more about what they can do to help save species and support National Geographic grantees working to protect animals at risk in the wild.

National Geographic has created educational resources and activities to supplement learning before, during, and after exhibition visits so students and families can get the most from their Photo Ark experience.


Current Photo Ark Zoo Exhibitions

None

Seattle, WA

Woodland Park Zoo

NOW OPEN! April 20 - October 7, 2018​

For Your Field Trip to the Zoo

Picture of coyote puppies at Nebraska Wildlife Rehab (1456282)

Photo Ark in the Classroom  

Highlight conservation and the power of storytelling with these exercises for elementary and middle school students.

Picture of chameleon

Scavenger Hunt  

Encourage students to think about species conservation with this printable scavenger hunt. Download the PDF


Photo Ark in Explorer Magazine

Kids in grades K-6 will love seeing captivating Photo Ark images on the pages of Explorer magazine. Get your free copy of the special Photo Ark edition at the link below.

View Digital Copy

Subscribe to Explorer magazine. Use code: M1704NEW

This Exhibition Is Organized in Partnership With
Logo of Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium

Zoo Photos: Courtesy Dallas Zoo and Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens