Zoo-related organizations files. 1966-2005.


Zoo-related organizations files. 1966-2005.

Correspondence, contracts, reports, minutes, statistics, public relations materials, and financial records documenting the zoo's relationship with the American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums [AAZPA] (on January 1, 1994, became the American Zoo and Aquarium Association [AZA]), particularly through its International Species Inventory System [ISIS] and Wildlife Conservation Committee; the Captive Breeding Specialist Group [CBSG]; the Minnesota Zoological Society; the Minnesota Zoological Garden Foundation; and various other national and international conservation groups.



SNAC Resource ID: 6647493

Related Entities

There are 14 Entities related to this resource.

Minnesota Zoological Garden. Foundation.

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IUCN/SSC Captive Breeding Specialist group

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United States Fish and Wildlife Service. Office of Endangered Species.

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American Zoo and Aquarium Association.

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United States Department of the Interior

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Golden Lion Tamarin Conservation Program

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International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources.

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American Association of Zoo Veterinarians

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National Humane Education Society (U.S.)

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World Wildlife Fund

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American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums

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Minnesota Zoological Society.

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Minnesota State Zoological Board

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In August, 1977, the zoo captured two beluga whales in the Churchill River near Hudson's Bay, Canada. The two whales, a male named Big Mouth and a female named Little Girl, were the major attractions when the zoo opened in 1978. In 1984, Big Mouth injured his jaw while chewing on a feeding platform or water pipe; x-rays in May, 1986, showed the infection had moved into the bone. On July 10, 1986, surgery was performed to shorten and reconstruct his jaw. The zoo announced on April 15, 1987 that B...

International Species Inventory System

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