By: Detroit Zoological Society
Make an Impact Today!
Be a champion for wildlife and make a year-end donation to the Detroit Zoological Society. Your gifts help us provide excellent care for the animals who live at the Detroit Zoo and Belle Isle Nature Center.
Photo Credit: Patti Truesdell
Zoo Hours: Open 362 Days a Year
(Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day.)
October through December 31: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Make Wild Lights a Holiday Tradition!
Beginning November 17
Wild Lights is bigger and brighter this holiday season! Experience the magic during 24 select nights. More than five million LED lights will illuminate trees, buildings and 265 sculptures – more than 220 of which are animals. Buy online and save.
Wild Lights Flyers
Administrators, to assist you in getting the word out about this special offer, access your personalized flyer. Once you log in, click “overlay flyer” located to the left of your screen under “marketing materials” and select the 2018 Wild Lights flyer. If you have forgotten your login ID or password, please contact Jenise Collins at (248) 336-5841 for assistance.
Give the Gift of Vitamin Z
This Holiday Season
When shopping malls become a zoo this holiday season, consider making the Detroit Zoo your shopping destination. A Detroit Zoological Society membership provides a year’s supply of Vitamin Z with free daytime admission to the Detroit Zoo and Belle Isle Nature Center, free parking during public hours and many other benefits. Prices range from $63 to $200. Residents of Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties receive $10 off all categories and can purchase up to four gift memberships at the discounted rate. Proceeds support the care and welfare of animals at the Detroit Zoo and Belle Isle Nature Center and further our mission of Celebrating and Saving Wildlife. Purchase or renew your membership at your Affiliate Store Today.
Zmail is the monthly newsletter of the Detroit Zoological Society. © 2018 Detroit Zoological Society. The Detroit Zoological Society – a renowned leader in humane education, wildlife conservation, animal welfare and environmental sustainability – operates the Detroit Zoo and Belle Isle Nature Center.