Woodland Park Zoo hosts 'Wildlife Crime Detective Camp'

It’s the first time Woodland Park Zoo has offered a program like this – a joint effort with U.S Fish & Wildlife service.

SEATTLE — Woodland Park Zoo is saying bye to summer by welcoming some dedicated young animal rights advocates to a unique summer camp.  

It’s the first time Woodland Park Zoo has offered a program like this – a joint effort with U.S Fish & Wildlife service.  

“Wildlife Crime Detective Camp” teaches kids the harsh reality of animal trafficking. Bobbi Miller has been with the zoo since 2009 and manages the Wildlife Conservation program.  

“I think a

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