A coalition of leading animal welfare organizations including the MSPCA-Angell, Zoo New England, Born Free USA, International Fund for Animal Welfare, The Humane Society of the United States and Humane Society International have joined together to encourage the passage of legislation to ban the sale of ivory and rhinoceros horn in Massachusetts.
We are asking for your help to ensure that the Zoos thrive and offer these meaningful experiences. Almost every major zoo in the country is financed, in part, with public funds. They are great examples of public/private partnerships.
March 2015 marks the 35th Anniversary of “Women’s History Month.” In celebration of this year’s theme, “weaving stories of women’s lives,” we share the stories of seven extraordinary women who are a part of the Zoo New England family. From educators to web designers to medical technicians and more, each of these women plays an integral part in our day-to-day operations.
No two days at Zoo New England are ever the same for Susie Bartlett. Her days may include conducting routine physical exams, analyzing bloodwork, administering annual vaccinations, taking x-rays and ultrasounds, creating treatment plans, and performing surgeries.