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Funds given to this project will go to procuring and restoring an old carousel that will become memories of a new generation.  Estimated need: $500,000.

Funds given to this project will help build a state-of-the-art medical center, barns, and paddocks for caring and rehabbing injured wildlife so they can be released healthy back into the wild. Estimated need: $15M

As one of the first exhibits, visitors will be able to connect with domestic animals in a barnyard experience.  Docents and zookeepers with help visitors learn more about animal husbandry.

Funds will be used to support our ongoing conservation efforts locally as well as to provide grants and donations to other creditable local, regional and global conservation efforts.

Funds given to this project will go to the creation of a splash pad for children to cool off during a play date to the zoo and aquarium.  Estimated need: $600,000

Funds given to this project will help create a building with classrooms, live and static exhibits, and an event center inspired by the Toledo Zoo's Promedica Museum of Natural History.  Estimated need: $30M 

Alabama has a varied landscape of ecoregions from the gulf coast to the foothills of the Appalachians to the Tennessee River Valley.  This exhibit will showcase many of the land, flying and aquatic animals from our great state.

Funds will be used to support programming that enhances STEM with life science, biology, and zoology.  These programs fulfill many of the requirements for Alabama's education curriculum standards.  

Funds given to this project will support the building of a unique zipline, ropes course, and treehouse adventure.  Estimated need: $600,000

Funds given to this project will help build a start-of-the-art aquatic research center that will enable scientists and researchers to come to Huntsville study aquatic life in a more accessible way.  Estimated need: $25M

Animals have played a major role in space exploration.  This exhibit will pay honor to their sacrifices and showcase their unique places in the animal kingdom here on planet Earth.

Funds will be used to support our ongoing research efforts locally as well as to provide grants and donations to other creditable local, regional and global research efforts.

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