Have you heard about the new breeding pair of cotton-top tamarins at the Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens? Sadly, these tiny, adorable primates are critically endangered. You can help save them and other animals from extinction by giving to our annual fund, which supports the L.A. Zoo’s work to breed genetically healthy captive populations of endangered species, like the cotton-top tamarin.
If you have already responded to our appeal, please accept my greatest thanks. Your gift will help the L.A. Zoo continue to combat the issues that threaten endangered species.
In 2014, our cotton-top tamarins will move onto their own 300-square-foot island in the new Rainforest of the Americas exhibit. Complete with tall trees and multiple levels of forest, the free-ranging habitat will simulate their natural environment and allow these arboreal monkeys to roam freely, climbing, bounding, and playing.
Please consider a tax-deductible, year-end gift to the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association to help ensure a robust future for the world’s diverse wildlife. Just click the link to our secure web page and make a donation to help protect the cotton-top tamarins and other wildlife threatened with extinction.
Critically endangered species are those facing the highest risk of vanishing from the planet forever. Your contribution will make a difference in preventing this from happening!
If you so choose, please contact the Development Division at (323) 644-6035 to make a donation by telephone. You may also mail your donation to the following address:
5333 Zoo Drive
Los Angeles CA 90027-1498
Thank you for considering my request. Please make a gift before December 31, and be as generous as you can.
My very best wishes to you and your loved ones for health and happiness in the year to come.
President, Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association