Did You Know? Due to oil spills, hunting, destruction of habitat, and over fishing, 80% of the African penguin population has declined in the last 50 years. African penguins are in danger of extinction!
At the Jaindl Penguin Pavilion and Pennies for Penguins
Two great ways to help support endangered African Penguin
Penguin Pathway at the Jaindl Penguin Pavilion
The Penguin Pathway, designed by Eagle Scout, Jacob Wiersch is adjacent to the Jaindl Penguin Pavilion. Engraved bricks are available to commemorate family members, friends, and special occasions.
Click here for more information and Buy a Brick order form.
Pennies for Penguins is a fun hands-on activity designed for kids of all ages to help African penguins get their waddle back!
Click here to Create Your Own Penguin Bank today!
Did You Know? Lehigh Valley Zoo is participating in the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) African Penguin Species Survival Plan (SSP). The Zoo’s Director of Conservation Education, Sheri Peters, serves as the Education Advisor of the African Penguin SSP.