Roger Williams Park Zoo

1000 Elmwood Avenue

Roger Williams Park Zoo

Wildlife Center/ZooEnvironmental Education


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Conservation and environmental stewardship are at the core of our mission here at Roger Williams Park Zoo.

Within the Zoo, we strive to impart awareness of the environment and an appreciation for wildlife to our visitors. As a partner in the Species Survival Plan (SSP) administered by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, the Zoo also cares for and breeds species that, without human intervention, would face certain extinction.

Outside of the Zoo, we work to promote wildlife and habitat conservation through our own projects and initiatives, as well as through partnerships and collaborations with other environmental organizations. The Zoo has been the recipient of numerous awards for conservation work done both locally and around the globe, and we maintain a reputation as a leader in conservation efforts undertaken by a zoo of our size.

The zoo has a demonstration five-panel 2,010-watt PV system in the Conservation Corner. The system is grid-tied and is explained by an interactive computer.

401) 941-3910


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