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Is Your Facility
Prepared?

We are here to help zoos, aquariums, and
facilities managing exotic wildlife become
more prepared for and resilient to
all-hazards.

Is Your Facility
Prepared?

We are here to help zoos, aquariums, and
facilities managing exotic wildlife become
more prepared for and resilient to
all-hazards.

Is Your Facility
Prepared?

We are here to help zoos, aquariums, and
facilities managing exotic wildlife become
more prepared for and resilient to
all-hazards.

Is Your Facility
Prepared?

We are here to help zoos, aquariums, and
facilities managing exotic wildlife become
more prepared for and resilient to
all-hazards.

Is Your Facility
Prepared?

We are here to help zoos, aquariums, and
facilities managing exotic wildlife become
more prepared for and resilient to
all-hazards.

Why ZAHP?

zoo safety

Identify new and evolving risks to the managed wildlife community

zoo safety

Connect zoos, aquariums, and the managed wildlife community with local, state, federal, and non-governmental emergency response partners

zoo safety

Assist facilities in preparing for disease outbreaks as well as man-made and natural disasters

zoo safety

Share considerations for hazard preparedness, response, and recovery

Support for ZAHP is provided by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)

“In a zoo setting you can’t take someone off the street and
say, ‘Go get the 500-pound lion.’ It just doesn’t work that way.”

Terry Lincoln

Director, Dakota Zoo