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Chehaw Wild Animal Park

105 Chehaw Park Road

Albany, GA 31701-1260

(229) 430-5275 – Local Phone

Website: http://www.chehaw.org/

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Chehaw

Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/Passport2Chehaw
With over 700 acres of pristine, conservation land and a wild animal park dedicated to education, Chehaw is a unique attraction for South Georgia. Being one of the only two accredited zoos in Georgia, aside from Zoo Atlanta, Chehaw continues to be devoted to the three areas it was founded on: conservation, preservation and education.

Conservation Efforts:

Chehaw Wild Animal Park is home to endangered species, including the Red Wolf, Cheetah, Black Rhino, Gopher Tortoise, 5 Species of Lemur, and Bongo.

Participation in SSPs (Species Survival Plans):

The Park participates in SSPs for all of the endangered species shown above (Red Wolf, Cheetah, Black Rhino, Gopher Tortoise, 5 Species of Lemur, and Bongo).


Zoo Atlanta

800 Cherokee Avenue SE

Atlanta, GA 30315-1440

(404) 624-5600 – Local Phone

Website: http://www.zooatlanta.org/

We strive to inspire the citizens of Atlanta and Georgia and all visitors to the Zoo to value wildlife on Earth and to help safeguard existing species through conservation.
We do this by:Providing an informative, educational, and engaging experience,Being respectful and responsible stewards of the animals and the physical and financial assets entrusted to us, and Engaging in related conservation activities and research.


Georgia Aquarium

225 Baker Street

Atlanta, GA 30313

(404) 581-4000 – Local Phone

Website: http://www.georgiaaquarium.org/

As the world’s largest aquarium, Georgia Aquarium features more animals than any other aquarium in more than eight million gallons of water.