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Where is Zoological Wildlife Foundation?

Address: 16225 SW 172nd Ave, Miami, FL 33187
Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM
Phone: (305) 969-3696

Founded in 2001 by business partners Mario Tabraue and Maria Tabraue, the Zoological Wildlife Foundation (zwf Miami) is an organization accredited by the Zoological Association of America that serves as a Zoo, conservation and conservation facility. The ZWF Miami is dedicated to the preservation and protection of animals as well as educating the Public about rare and endangered animal species in captivity and in the wild.

Located south of Miami, ZWF Miami is home to more than 150 animals including pets, Leopards, cats of prey, primates, large birds of prey and mammals, as well as dozens of exotic species, most of which are available for interactive encounters with the public.

ZWF Miami is best known for its small, private tours of the facility, which are offered daily by appointment and can often be customized to accommodate encounters and photo sessions with many animals in the facility.

Where is Zoological Wildlife Foundation?
Where is Zoological Wildlife Foundation?

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  • December 24, 2021 at 3:16 am
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    Please stop promoting the Zoological Wildlife Foundation in Miami, FL, USA, a vile petting zoo that is masquerading as an Association of Zoos and Aquariums-accredited “wildlife foundation” and a “rare and endangered species educator.” The loathsome petting-zoo industry forces mother animals to churn out cubs, who are torn away from them soon after birth. The petting zoos charge the public to hold or take photos with the cubs, who are kept in cages and are often denied basic, vital care. When the cubs get too big and dangerous, they can end up caged for life in abusive roadside zoos, circuses, or backyards. Some of them are killed in canned hunts, while others are forced to breed more cubs, and the vicious cycle continues.

    Real wildlife foundations and real endangered species educators never allow public encounters or photo ops with wild animals; they never buy or sell wild animals; they never breed wild animals (unless they are in an AZA-approved Species Survival Plan, which ZWF is not); and they never cart wild animals to fairs or other venues for entertainment.

    Thank you very much for your attention to this request.

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