Zoo Miami, rated in 2008 as one of the top ten Zoos in the U.S. by Tripadvisor.com, houses more than 1,200 animals in a cage-less setting that approximates the animals’ natural habitats and provides visitors with the feel of being on a safari. Large open air exhibits, a children’s zoo, tram rides, family cycles, a monorail, and interactive exhibits make Zoo Miami—also named one of America’s Best Zoos and the Number One Zoo for Pachyderms by The Intrepid Traveler in 2008—a unique experience for visitors of all ages. For more information, visit www.zoomiami.org or call (305) 251-0400.
About Zoo Miami
Zoo Miami Foundation, formerly Zoological Society of Florida, was awarded four stars in 2015 by America's premier independent charity evaluator, Charity Navigator. It was founded in 1956 and is the nonprofit support organization for Zoo Miami. Today, it is one of the largest membership organizations in South Florida, with approximately 67,000 members. Its activities and programs include fundraising, marketing, volunteer services, educational programs, special events, and member programming. Its mission is to encourage an appreciation for the world’s wildlife and to help conserve it for future generations. For more information, visit email@example.com or call (305) 255-5551.
About the Zoo Miami Foundation
About North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA)
NANPA promotes the art and science of nature photography as a medium of communication, nature appreciation and environmental protection. NANPA provides information, education, inspiration, and opportunity for all persons interested in nature photography. NANPA fosters excellence and ethical conduct in all aspects of endeavors and especially encourages responsible photography in the wild. For more information, visit www.nanpa.org.