Zoological Society

The Wildwood Zoological Society offers many programs and opportunities that support Wildwood Zoo! Click on the links below to see how you can help support the zoo.

Adopt an Animal
Wall for Wildlife

The Wildwood Zoological Society was formed in 1972. Over the years, the Zoo Society has planned, funded, and provided volunteers for most of the programming and events that take place at the zoo.    

The Zoo Society holds major fundraisers each year to help raise money for the zoo.  Zoofest (June) and Trick-or-Treating (October) are some of the events where you can support the Zoo.  The Wildwood Park Zoological Society works with the Marshfield Parks and Recreation Department to continue improvement and expansion of the zoo.  

All meetings are held in the Mazza Conference in the 2nd Street Community Center.  Meetings are usually held the 3rd Thursday of every month, at 5:30 pm, and are open to the public.

What does the Zoological Society Board do? The Zoo Board sponsors Zoofest, Trick-or-Treating in the Zoo and several other programs and events. They also purchase new animals for the zoo. The purpose of the Board is to generate public interest in and appreciation of the animal kingdom, promote the zoo, and to solicit, raise, collect, and receive contributions, donations, and gifts for the replacement and acquisition of animals for the zoo and improvements on zoo facilities.

If you are interested in joining the Wildwood Zoological Society Board, please contact Mary Wilson at 715-384-4481.