Help us invest in our future and provide for the arrival of three new species to the Cape May County Park & Zoo.
The Zoo Society is launching a Habitat Fundraising Campaign to raise $250,000 for the creation of two new habitats at the Park & Zoo featuring Red Kangaroos, Emus and Toco Toucans.
Located in the Zoo’s former Muntjac habitat, adjacent to the Wallaby habitat, plans are in the works for a 12,000 square foot area to feature five Red Kangaroos and two Emus. The habitat will include new fencing for easy viewing of the animals and 500 square feet of heated indoor living space.
The Zoo is also planning for a second phase of construction to welcome Toco Toucans. The construction will include a 450 square foot space with 6,500 cubic feet of open area for the Toucans to fly around, plus an inside 200 square feet of floor space and 2,000 cubic feet for flight. The habitat will match the look of the existing South American habitats in this area, measuring 16 feet high and include a variety of branches, perches, ropes, and three connected areas inside so the Toucans can be shifted between each area, or have the option to utilize the entire space.
CHAMPION - $5,000 Recognition
On-Site listing in the Champion Level of Donors
Logo and link on the website under Champion Donors
Social Media sharing in Donor Thank You campaign postings
Attendance for eight (8) guests at the Opening Celebration Reception of the Roos, Emus & Toucans Too habitats
A Day at the Zoo Experience for eight (8) guests - A private guided tour and animal encounter including lunch at the Safari Cafe