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                                                                                                                                                             to know where to start. Many members
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                                                                                                                                                              n we designated the hospital as the beneficiary
                                                                                                              contributing to this effort back in 2000 whe                                                     ions
                                                                                                                                                               s, many of you continued to make contribut
                                                                                                               Wild Affair that year. Over the past six year                                                 board
                                                                                                                                                            e this dream a reality. In 2001, one of our
                                                                                                               showing your confidence we could mak                                                       skills to
                                                                                                                                                                Unger to contribute his architectural
                                                                                                               members, Lois Chappell, convinced Dean                                                           y to
                                                                                                                                                              still another three years before we were read
                                                                                                               finally putting our dream on paper. It was                                              ged to raise
                                                                                                                                                                 a bold step forward when they pled
                                                                                                               go for permits. The Board of Directors took                                                   entum
                                                                                                                                                             we approached the ground breaking, mom
                                                                                                               $100,000 in just over a year’s time. As                                                     funding
                                                                                                                                                              City of Sacramento established a bond
                                                                                                                was definitely building. At that time, the                                                    of the
                                                                                                                                                              to your generous support, the commitment
                                                                                                                process for capital improvements. Thanks                                              bequests, we
                                                                                                                                                                  who remembered the Zoo in their
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                                                                                                                                                                 ct. That allowed us to ask the city for matc
                                                                                                                had raised $1.2 million dollars for this proje                                     er Construction
                                                                                                                                                             t Maxwell, Vice President of Ung
                                                                                                                funds and they granted our request. Scot                                                           he
                                                                                                                                                                  passion for the Zoo, and the community,
                                                                                                                helped us all these years and through his                                          s old or more.
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                                                                                                                convinced his sub-contractors to hold to
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Animals       . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   4          Scott’s oversight and leadership was a                                                         ed to
                                                                                                                                                              ssary medical equipment and supplies need
Exhibits      . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   4
                                                                                                                 would not be complete without the nece                                                             s.
Education                                                                                             5                                                           ratory tests and the day to day veterinary dutie
                                                                                                                 perform physical exams, digital x-rays, labo
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Veterinary Care                                                                                       5                                                             ber, Patty French and a donation from Sutte
                                                                                                                 Thanks to the determination of Board Mem
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Marketing                                                                                             6                                                            ished state-of-the-art
                                                                                                                 Hospital, our Zoo now has a completely furn
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Events. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   6
Development &                                                                                                    veterinary hospital.
Membership                                                                                        6                                                             ety Board of Directors
                                                                                                                  This was the largest project since the Soci
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Public Relations                                                                                  7                                                                   the city ten years
                                                                                                                  took over the management of the Zoo from
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Volunteers                                                                                        7                                                            congratulated for their
                                                                                                                  ago. The Board of Directors are to be
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Conservation & Research                                                                           8
                                                                                                                                                                   oving the quality of
                                                                                                                  perseverance and dedication to keep impr
                                                                                              . . .




Green Team                                                                                        8
                                                                                                                                                                n can enjoy this unique
                                                                                                                  care for the animals so that all of the regio
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Board of Directors                                                                                9
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Donors & Sponsors                                                                                 9
                                                                  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                asset, your Sacramento Zoo.
Financial Report                                    . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   11
                                                                                                                 Sincerely,



                                                                                                                                                                           Stephen S. Brand
                                                                                                                 Mary Healy                                                SACRAMENTO ZOOLOGICAL
                                                                                                                 Z O O D I R E C T O R /CEO                                SOCIETY PRESIDENT




                                                                                                          Accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) since 1975, look for the AZA logo
                                                                                                          whenever you visit a zoo or aquarium as your assurance that you are supporting a facility dedicated
                                                                                                          to providing excellent care for animals, a great experience for you, and a better future for all living
                                                                                                          things. With its more than 200 accredited members, AZA is a leader in global wildlife conservation,
                                                                                                          and your link to helping animals in their native habitats. For more information visit www.aza.org.
                                                                                                          Elected Chair of AZA in September 2006, Mary Healy will lead the 82-year-
                                                                                                          old national organization toward its goal of building North America’s largest
                                                                                                          wildlife conservation movement.
                     After many years of fundraising, less than one year of construction, and under budget, the
                     Sacramento Zoo officially dedicated and opened the Dr. Murray E. Fowler Veterinary Hospital
                     on November 9, 2006. With public tours, speeches, and media coverage, we all felt proud as this
                     great accomplishment came to an end…. however, it was only the beginning.

                    Within one week after opening, the vet staff conducted their first large animal exam in the new
                    hospital – an ultrasound to determine the pregnancy of our female tiger, Baha. With our faces
smashed up against the viewing window, we all watched in awe as our veterinarians and their students, checked our
tiger over from nose, to toes, to the tip of her tail.

The new exam room was spacious, well-lit, with all the equipment
ready and at their fingertips. Just weeks before, the vet staff would
have been on their knees in the cramped, dimly-lit back area of
the tigers’ habitat. But with the new hospital’s exam room, surgery
room, ICU, lab and recovery area, they are able to provide the
animals – big and small – with the best possible care….right here
on Zoo grounds.

The birth of our Sumatran tigers was truly a labor of love for
more than just Baha, who gave birth to three male cubs the day
after Thanksgiving. Since tigers are solitary animals, the keepers
monitored the two cats’ behaviors daily to predict the best time to
bring the cats together. Then, they worked with our maintenance staff to build a nesting box that would serve as
Baja’s delivery room. This was the first tiger birth at the Sacramento Zoo and being one of our critically endangered
animals, we were ecstatic!

The tiger cubs’ birth followed some other exceptional endangered animal births here at the Zoo. Three Black and
white ruffed lemurs, born April 23rd, ventured out into their exhibit and met their young neighbor, a male Coquerel’s
Sifaka born February 14th. These young lemurs charm visitors at the Lemurs of the Lost World exhibit. The Zoo
also welcomed an important addition in June with the birth of a female snow leopard. This is the second birth for this
                                               breeding pair at the Sacramento Zoo. The experienced mother took
                                               great care raising her cub and bringing the cub into the exhibit on her
                                               own timeline.

                                               One more new addition came chuggin’ into the Zoo, on twenty wheels
                                               instead of four feet. During its first six months of operation, over
                                               25,000 visitors rode past tigers, otters, parrots and more on the Zoo’s
                                               new trackless train. Choo choo!




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                        From furry births to feathery hatching, new arrivals came in many different shapes and sizes.
                        Births included a Coquerel’s sifaka, three Black and white ruffed lemurs, one Snow leopard
                        and three Sumatran tigers.

                        Some new arrivals also included a female Red
                        panda, two Burrowing owls, a River otter, two Great
                        hornbills, a Lady Ross’ touraco, and American
                        flamingo eggs. The flamingo eggs took their first
                        flight traveling across country in a specially designed
                        carry-on incubator all the way from Hialeah Park in
                        Florida. The flamingo chicks hatched at the Zoo in
                        July and the two youngsters will join the flamingo
                        flock in the summer of 2007.

         The Australian Outback exhibit expanded with the additions of a
          Bennett’s wallaby, two Red kangaroos and two emus.

             While 2006 saw several new additions, it
           also marked the passing of some Zoo animal                  Owned by     Owned by        Total      Owned by      Total
   residents. Jimmy, a 13-year-old male Golden-bellied                  Sac Zoo      Sac Zoo      Animals     Another Zoo   Animals
                                                                        On Site    Out on Loan     Owned        On Site     On Site
  mangabey passed away unexpectedly. Mohawk, a 22-                                               by Sac Zoo
     year-old female Spotted hyena was euthanized to
                                                             Mammals          49        5            54           30          79
prevent her from suffering from Chronic Lymphocytic          Birds           163       47           210           15         178
Leukemia after two and a half years of managing her          Reptiles        182        9           191            7         189
condition. Comet, an endangered Mongoose lemur               Invertebrates     1        0             1            0           1
                                                             Amphibians       42        0            42            1          43
died of a liver abscess. Paulina and Tony, 7-year-old        Fish             85        0            85            0          85
mother and 1-year-old son, Coquerel’s sifakas died           Total           522       61           583           53         575

unexpectedly during the summer.




The Zoo opened two new Amphibian Exhibits sponsored by the Sacramento Stormwater Quality Partnership. One
exhibit is home to Pacific tree frogs and a roughskin newt, while the other exhibit houses green tree frogs, squirrel
tree frogs and canyon tree frogs. With their new tropical rain forest dioramas, these exhibits reflect the natural
habitat of their inhabitants. Unlike the other Reptile House displays, these exhibits are “cold rooms” which keep
the temperature around 70 degrees. These new habitats are important to the Zoo’s collection as about one-third of
amphibian species face extinction – greater than the one-eighth of all birds and one-quarter of all mammals.

Construction also began on the Zoo’s Backyard, designed by landscaper Dave Roberts owner of Roberts Landscape
and planted by John Procida and Procida Nursery. The project was modeled after an approach established in the Bay
Area called The Bay-Friendly Gardening program. Locally, the Sacramento Stormwater Quality Partnership has
adopted the same approach and has re-named it River Friendly Landscaping. The common thread is a commitment
to maintaining a healthy garden that benefits our environment, communities, and local wildlife. These landscapes
flourish while conserving resources and preventing pollution. This interactive area will include a garden, nature trail,
children’s play area and interpretive alcoves.



           The management of zoo animals encompasses every aspect of an animal’s life – movement between
           zoos, breeding, veterinary issues, nutrition, behavior, enrichment and conservation of that species
           in the wild. By participating in Species Survival Plans® for many of the world’s endangered and
           threatened animals, the Sacramento Zoo plays an important role in local, national, and world-wide
           animal conservation.



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We said goodbye to Robin Whittall, our Education Director for thirteen years. Although she may have left the
Zoo, her contributions to the Docent Council, and advancements throughout the education department will not be
forgotten. Luckily her successor, Ann Geiger, already had vast knowledge of the department and a motivating vision
for the future educational components of the Zoo.
Each year, volunteer Docents improve the visitors’ experience by
providing creative interpretation, hands-on education opportunities and
quality customer service. A teacher wrote,
   “The docent for my group was very knowledgeable and
   extremely patient with my second graders. My students and I
   walked away learning more and feeling very edified. Overall,
   based on the feedback of parent volunteers, many docents were
   like ours. I just wanted to say thanks to the people involved that
   made our field trip a success.”
                                       Fay Call, Second Grade Teacher
The teen counselor program helps prepare teens for the job market. The teens must first fill out a registration form
with a letter of recommendation, and then come to the Zoo for an interview. Once accepted into the program
they attend a weekend training class and must commit to approximately 150 hours of
volunteer time during our summer camps. Many of them exceed the requirements each
summer. This summer 43 local teens worked a total of 6,995 hours in three months.

               Number of               Program                 Number of
               Programs                 Name                 People Attended
                     7               Tea & Tours                     254
                     9         Family Overnight Safaris              471
                    46         Summer Camp Classes                   722
                    31        Hip Habitats - Cool Critters           900
                    42            Docent lead tours                 1859
                    51               Zoo Preview                    2168
                   165                Zoomobile                     5,000
                   276              Stage Shows                    40,000
                  1250             Wildlife Wagons                 45,000
                  1309        School & Group Field Trips           75,303




                                                                                                                 Clinical duties keep
The veterinary department at the Sacramento Zoo consists of Dr. Ray Wack, Dr. Scott Larsen,                         the staff busy
first year Zoo Med Resident, Dr. Jenny Waldoch and technician Ms. Marilyn Small. The primary 335              Fecal Samples
focus of the department is to provide the highest quality health care possible to the animals at the 352      Blood Samples
Sacramento Zoo. Teaching veterinarians and senior veterinary students is an important role of 150               Anesthesia
                                                                                                                 Episodes
the veterinary department as well. Past graduate residents are now associate veterinarians at the 250          Radiographs
Houston Zoo, LA Zoo and National Zoo. Senior veterinary students interested in zoo and wildlife 4200 Medical Records
                                                                                                     694       Prescriptions
                                           medicine have the opportunity to spend two weeks at
                                           the Sacramento Zoo working with the veterinary staff. The department is
                                           also responsible for a large number of lectures and laboratories taught at
                                           the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine and participates in “vet tag-
                                           along sessions” coordinated by the Zoo’s education department.



                                                  As an educational facility, the Sacramento Zoo follows the California State
                                                  Board of Education Science Content Standards through a variety of programs.
                                                  Everyday, the Zoo offers visitors – children and adults alike – the opportunity to
                                                  learn about our wildlife, appreciate and preserve our wild places, and respect the
                                                  role that animals, nature and people all play on this planet.



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Over 448,000 visitors, including nearly 67,000 school children, were asked this
year to “Find Your Favorite Face” at the Sacramento Zoo. This branding carried
over in our television advertising, billboard, pole banners, direct mail, visitor’s
map, and other print materials. Additionally another 22,702 visitors attended
special events and group rental activities.




 Our signature event, Wild Affair was a great success. The sold-out event generated a net income of over $62,000.
 This is an increase of 52% over last year’s event. The 22nd annual Ice Cream Safari netted $42,126 thanks to
 generous in-kind donations from our sponsors Baskin Robbins, Smart &
 Final and Coca-Cola. The Swingin’ Safari Golf Tournament sponsored by
 Nacht & Lewis Architects and Unger Construction now in its 5th year also
 exceeded its goal by over $4,000, netting $38,000. Zoovies, a promotion
 with Bar S Foods, Raley’s/BelAir and Radio Disney brought in over $4,500
 while ZooZoom, our family fun run, netted over $4,000. Group Events and
 Rentals came in at its highest ever with $102,887.




Our membership program continues to exceed budget, grossing $614,000 for the year. Wild Providers, our donor
giving club, is up to 31 members and brought in an additional $41,600. Individual donations were significant this
year. Together the veterinary hospital campaign and annual giving campaign brought in over $100,000 in donations.
With the gifts of $1,200,000 from the City of Sacramento; $25,000 from Wells Fargo; and
$10,000 from Setzer Foundation; plus in-kind donations valued at $85,000 from Unger
Construction and $30,000 from Sutter Hospital, we were able to bring the dream of the Dr.
Murray E. Fowler Veterinary Hospital to life. We received a bequest of $816,000 from
the Estate of Willoughby Lyons, a long-time friend of the Zoo. Her bequest went to our
Endowment Fund. We also received an undesignated bequest of $23,374 from the Chamness
            Family Trust. The RCA Community Fund of the Sacramento Region Community
              Foundation gave $25,000, while US Bank contributed $10,000; both gifts for
              our education programs. Other significant donors for 2006 include Dorothy R.
              Jaman, Nancy and Bill Gilbert, and Bill and Janne Wissel.



            As a community treasure, the Zoo is a wonderful place to bring the family together for a morning,
            or the afternoon; to experience amazing creatures up close; to relax in the beautiful surroundings of
            gardens and heritage trees; and to appreciate all that makes living in Sacramento so special. Nestled
            in beautiful William Land Park, the Zoo is here for you and your family to enjoy the wildlife and the
            beauty of nature.



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                                        VETERINARY HOSPITAL GRAND OPENING
                                        The veterinary hospital grand opening weekend celebration received a tremendous amount
                                        of media attention, including nine reports on four major local television networks between
                                        Wednesday, November 8th and Monday, November 13th. Dr. Ray Wack, Dr. Murray E.
                                         Fowler and Mary Healy provided excellent interviews emphasizing the importance of having
                                         a “state of the art building” on site for veterinary procedures.

                                         SPRING LECTURE SERIES
                                         The Spring Lecture Series opened with a presentation entitled “The Truth Behind Intelligent
                                         Design,” which stirred up the public’s attention. Both TV stations, KCRA3 and CBS13 featured
                                         the lecture and an interview with Zoo Director, Mary Healy, as well as live coverage the day of
                                          the lecture. Although the lecture series was considered controversial, it reinforced the
                                          Zoo’s position as an educational
                                           facility and 2006 was the first
                                           year the Zoo’s lecture series
                                           sold out.


ANIMAL BIRTHS
This year our collection grew with many significant births and the
media flocked to see the adorable babies. The births of the Coquerel’s
sifaka, the three Black and white ruffed lemurs and the Snow leopard cub
received featured segments on many local television stations. When the
three Sumatran tiger cubs were born we distributed a handful of pictures
taken by Zoo staff to the media. In turn, all five major local television
stations ran the pictures and story over a four-day period and we received
excellent placement in the Sacramento Bee newspaper.




                                                                                                      Type         Volunteer      Hours

VOLUNTEER RECOGNITION:                                                                            Board Hours           17          520
                                                                                                     Docents           100        13214
We are fortunate to have volunteers who continually do extraordinary work for us and                  Garden             8          725
                                                                                                    IC Interns           7         1841
we are proud to see them recognized.
                                                                                                  Keeper-Aide           72         3946
                                                                                                  Maintenance            3          252
                                                                                                      Office             2          245
                                                                                                 Special Events        998        3944.3
                                                                                              Special Group Projects    83         249.5
                                                                                                 Summer Teens           45         6195




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     The Sacramento Zoo Conservation Committee continues to further
     the Zoo’s mission by promoting local and global conservation projects.
              In addition to supporting SSP® endorsed projects such as Thick-
               billed parrot conservation, the committee funded or participated
              in 10 different projects. One of the Zoo’s largest conservation
            efforts is focused on protecting Grevy’s zebras in Kenya. The
         Grevy’s Zebra Trust raises awareness of conservation issues in
          local communities, monitors populations, coordinates productive
           partnerships with local organizations, and secures resources
           for Grevy’s zebra through holistic management of community
            rangeland. A sign highlighting this work has been placed near our
             zebra habitat. Other projects include funding hornbill nest boxes
              in Thailand, a jaguar camera trap for research at the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary in Belize, and
              upgrading education graphics at the Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary off the coast of Uganda.
         A limited number of research proposals from first year veterinary residents are considered each year. Two research
                                       projects undertaken in 2006 included, male Sumatran orangutan hormonal profiles
  Conservation Projects
                                       using urine samples, and a West Nile Virus vaccination trial in a Thick-billed parrot
AZA Parrots - Mexico Fund              chick. Additional funding for worthy conservation projects is greatly needed.
Captive Breeding Specialist Group      Please contact the development department at (916) 808-8815 to donate to the
Conservation Fund                      Sacramento Zoo Conservation Fund.
Heifer International
Hornbill Nest Sponsorships in Thailand
Madagascar Fauna
Mangabey SSP®
Northern Rangelands Endangered
Species Project - Grevy’s zebra
Rainforest Meter                          The Sacramento Zoo Green Team members are hard to miss. With a love for
Thick-billed parrots SSP®                 organic, fair-trade chocolate, we are the ones digging in the trash cans to rescue
Ugamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary        that plastic bottle, aluminum can or copy paper that we know is down there.
Zoo Conservation Outreach Group           It’s an addiction and it’s spreading! As we try to lead by example, our staff,
– Jaguar Field Camera Traps               docents and volunteers have taken a more active role in reducing waste,
                                          recycling and other green practices such as organic, conserving energy and
                                          spreading the “be green” bug.

                                          ACCOMPLISHMENTS
                                            Recycled 200 pounds of batteries
                                            Recycled three truck-loads of e-waste
                                            Provided sustainable, compostable dinnerware, drink cups, and utensils for 450 guests
                                            at Zoo Parents Picnic and Family Overnight Safaris (Compostable materials:
                                            discarded sugar cane fiber used for plates and bowls; corn for cups; and potato starch
                                            for utensils.)
                                            Increased the number of recycle bins for special events and permanent containers
                                            for Zoo visitors
                                            Raised $2,651 for Zoo’s Conservation Fund and Recycling programs through
                                            semi-annual rummage sale



                 The non-profit [501(c)3] Sacramento Zoological Society, formed in 1957, assumed financial and
                 daily management of the Zoo (from the City of Sacramento) in July 1997. Since its inception, the
                 society has served as the fundraising organization for the Zoo, providing funds for animal care,
                 education and conservation programs. More than 10,500 local and regional households are members
                 of the Sacramento Zoological Society.



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        The Sacramento Zoological Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. Twenty one volunteer leaders meet monthly to oversee
        the operations of the Zoo. Three members designated to be on the board are: the Docent President, a City Representative, and
        the Zoo Director.
                                                                                    O F FI C E R S
                                                                                STEVE S. BRAND
                                                                                     PRESIDENT
                                                                                        Attorney
                    TERRY KASTANIS                                               LOIS CHAPPELL                                                 REINA SCHWARTZ
                     VICE PRE S I D E N T                                            S E C R E TA RY                                                   T R E A S U R ER
                              Librarian                                         Community Volunteer                                        Director - Dept. of General
                                                                                                                                          Services, City of Sacramento
                                                                              BOARD MEMBERS

                 MICHAEL ALCALAY                                        DR. MURRAY E. FOWLER                                                     GAIL LENHART
                President/CEO – Alcalay                                        DIRECTOR EMERITUS                                                DOCENT PRESIDENT
                    Communications                                             Retired Veterinarian                                            Community Volunteer
              BARBARA BONEBRAKE                                                 PATTY FRENCH                                              CHRISTINE McGLASSON
                  CITY REPRESENTATIVE                                          Community Volunteer                                          Marketing Consultant
          Director - Convention, Culture &                                    WILLIAM GILBERT
          Leisure Dept., City of Sacramento                                                                                                      JAMES NAIFY
                                                                               Banker/ Rancher                                                 Owner – Beers Books
                 BILL COMSTOCK                                                   MARY HEALY                                                      SCOTT ROGERS
        Life Insurance and Investment Broker                                   EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR                                                     PAST PRESIDENT
                                                                                    Zoo Director                                                  Insurance Broker
                 JENNIFER CRABB
               General Counsel – Raley’s                                        STARR HURLEY                                                JEFF SCHUMACHER
                                                                                Travel Consultant                                 Senior Vice President – Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
             WILLIAM W. FOBES II
           Retired; Managing Partner –                                     JENNIFER KRENGEL                                                    LUX TAYLOR
       Northwestern Mutual Financial Network                       Attorney – Downey, Brand, Seymour & Rohwer                            President – Taylor Properties




                             It is with great appreciation and gratitude that we applaud our generous donors and sponsors. Thank You.
Gifts of $100,000 and above               Gifts $2,500 and above                M. Carol Brown & Carole F. Nutt   Meyer Corporation                       Mike & Bobbie Voris
City of Sacramento                        Joe Bittaker                          Brown Cow Yogurt                  Miles Treaster & Assoc.                 Warren G. Bender Co.
Estate of Willoughby Lyons                Georgina L. Borton, Ph.D.             Buehler & Buehler Associates      Morey – Penny Machine                   Gloria & Donald Yost
Gifts of $25,000 and above                California Communities                Grant & Kristin Chappell          James & Carlin Naify                    Mike & Jeanne Zaslove
                                          Car Program LLC                       Classique Catering                Mike M. Namba
RCA Community Fund of the
                                                                                William T. Comstock                                                       Gifts $500 and above
  Sacramento Region Community             Jennifer H. Crabb & Tony Lauria                                         Milo Nittler                            Anonymous
  Foundation                              Elk Grove Auto Mall                   Catherine Cooper                  Para-Medical Labels
                                                                                Michael & Ronnie Corrick                                                  Marisa & Michael Alcalay
Wells Fargo                               Virginia Fleig                                                          Ken & Jennifer Peters                   James & Nadine Anderson
Gifts of $10,000 and above                Foto Fantasy, Inc.                    Gary & Lisa Decker                Pioneer Grading & Paving, Inc.
                                                                                Linda & Jim DeLong                                                        Armour Steel Company, Inc.
Steve & Joyce Brand                       Patty & Barry French                                                    Point West Administrators,              Michael Arrese & Gabrielle Daniel
                                          Liz Gibson                            Diedrich Dierks                      Insurance Services
Chamness Family Trust                                                                                                                                     Victor & Karen Binsacca
                                          Home Depot                            John & Karen Dowdell              Premier Access
Lois & Grant Chappell                                                                                                                                     Michael & S. Candace Bolton
                                          John F. Otto, Inc.                    Downey, Brand Attorneys, LLP      Linda & Royce Price
Bill & Nancy Gilbert                                                                                                                                      Alan & Shirley Bridges
                                          Shirley & Thomas Manning              Roger & Carol Dreyer              Rex Moore Electrical
Dorothy R. Jaman                                                                                                     Contractors & Engineers              Lenna Bright
Setzer Foundation                         Vicki Marlborough                     Eskaton
                                                                                Karla & John Florian              River Cats Foundation                   Fritz Brown
Lux & Robin Taylor                        Marilyn & Dean Park                                                                                             Scott & Tifany Cannon
                                          Park West Gallery                     William W. Fobes II               River City Bank
U.S. Bank                                                                                                         Art & Susan Savage                      Capital Engineering Consultants, Inc.
Washington Mutual Bank                    Scott & Bernie Rogers                 Vice Mayor Rob Fong
                                                                                Dr. & Mrs. Murray E. Fowler       Jeff & Lisa Schumacher                  J. Richard Clarke
Bill & Janne Wissel                       The Sacramento Bee                                                                                              Classic Escapes
                                          Sacramento Coca-Cola Bottling Co.     Paul & Nancy Frame                Reina Schwartz & KT Jorgensen
Gifts $5,000 and above                                                          Patty & Barry French              Sierra West Group                       Kelsey Corrick
                                          Scott Tissue                                                                                                    Judy & David Covin
County Supervisor Illa Collin             Starbucks Coffee Partner              Mary Healy & Steve O’Brien        Signature Reprographics
DeBencik & Hensley Public Relations                                             Starr & Edward Hurley             Stephen & Marilyn Skinner               Jeffrey M. David & Olivia J. David
                                             Giving Programs
David A. Geremia & Maureen                                                      Lois Jack                         Sysco Food Services of                  Art & Kathy Dublin
                                          David & Evelyn Spottiswood
  Reedy-Geremia                                                                 Terry & Penny Kastanis               Sacramento, Inc.                     George Durnay
                                          Wilke, Fleury, Hoffelt, Gould &
Nacht & Lewis Architects                     Birney, LLP                        Cynthia Keasling                  Nancy & Robert Tate                     Geraldine Duvall
June Reiner                                                                     Jennifer & Erik Krengel           Thornton S. Glide Jr. and Katrina       Mark & Fran Edelstein
Melodie & Chris Rufer                     Gifts of $1,000 and above                                                  D. Glide Foundation                  Embassy Suites
                                          Anonymous (2)                         Norma & Allan Lammers             Don & Denise Timmons
Rumsey Community Fund                                                           Kris & Jim Levy                                                           Jain Farnsworth
Sacramento Stormwater                     Apco Worldwide                                                          United Way California Capital           Kent Farnsworth
                                          Maria & Hal Baker                     Christine McGlasson                  Region
  Quality Partnership                                                                                                                                     Janet E. Feil
                                          Bank of Sacramento                    Anne & Malcolm McHenry            Vanguard Charitable
Service Systems Associates, Inc.                                                                                                                          John E. Fischer
                                          Linda & James Barnes                  Robert L. McKeown                    Endowment Program
Smart & Final Foodservice                                                                                                                                 Phyllis Foster
  Distributors                            Carolyn & Richard Bojé                Joseph & Elizabeth Metz           Tracy Vesci                             Granite Construction Company
Unger Construction
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Claudia Guy                        Reina Schwartz & KT Jorgensen           E-Z Painting                         Nancy & Robert Tate               Dave Roberts Landscaping
Daniel J. Healy                    Stephen & Marilyn Skinner               Filco Discount Center - Sacramento   Don & Denise Timmons              Marion Diller
Steve & Rosanne Heipel             Lux & Robin Taylor                      William W. Fobes II                  U. S. Bank                        Elephant Bar Restaurant
Howard & Katy Hughes               Bill & Janne Wissel                     Dr. & Mrs. Murray E. Fowler          Tracy Vesci                       Exotic Plants
Gail & William Kassis                                                      Patty & Barry French                 Mike & Bobbie Voris               Fallen Leaf Tree Service
Claire Kinsley                     Zoo’s Backyard                          Liz Gibson                           Warren G. Bender Co.              Patty & Barry French
Steven & Ginger Kuhs               Dave Roberts Landscaping                Bill & Nancy Gilbert                 Wells Fargo                       Mary Healy & Steve O’Brien
KYMX FM “Mix 96”                   Home Depot                              Global Steel Products Corp.          Mike & Jeanne Zaslove             Nancy Herman
Law Offices of Gregory D. Thatch   Procida Landscaping                     Greater Alarm                                                          Maloof Sports & Entertainment
Valerie McCormick                  The Sacramento Bee                      Hester Roofing                                                         Mangabeads
Joan & Greg McGinty                Sacramento Stormwater                   Dorothy R. Jaman                     TRIBUTES
                                                                                                                                                  J. Alan Mueller
Marcy Meyer                          Quality Partnership                   Law Offices of Gregory D. Thatch     In Memory of Alan Lowell          Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe
Virginia Miller                                                            Marquee Fire Protection                                                Paradigm Winery
Mary Janis Mitchell                Boo at the Zoo                          Valerie McCormick                    Gail & William Kassis
                                   Comcast                                                                      Edwin M. Zurflueh                 Procida Landscaping
Manuel & Marilyn Mollinedo                                                 Robert L. McKeown
Kelley & Gabriel Moran             Raley’s                                 Joseph & Elizabeth Metz                                                Pyramid Alehouse, Brewery &
                                                                                                                In Memory of George E. Reiner        Restaurant
Charles A. & Ann P. Mower          Radio Disney                            Miles Treaster & Assoc.                                                Eileen & Gil Rodriguez
Nationwide Retirement Solutions                                            New West Partitions                  Maria & Hal Baker
                                   Conservation                                                                                                   Royal Headwear
Pat Oehler                                                                 Para-Medical Labels                  Gerry & Dow Barnes
                                   Anonymous                                                                                                      Sacramento Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
Bill & Mary O’Keefe                                                        Paradise Backyards                   Mr. & Mrs. William J. Barton
Oshima & Yee Architects, Inc.      Lois & Grant Chappell                   Pavestone                                                              Sacramento River Cats
                                                                                                                Victor & Karen Binsacca
Charles A. Parent                                                          Pioneer Grading & Paving, Inc.                                         Safari LTD
                                                                                                                Patricia A. Bucknell &
Neil & Carol Pfafman               Education                               June Reiner                             Joao M. T. Coelho              Safari West Wildlife Preserve
Mitch & Jennifer Rohrer            Linda & Royce Price                     Rex Moore Electrical Contractors     Lois & Grant Chappell             Service Systems Associates, Inc.
Dr. David M. Sander & Dr.          RCA Community Fund of the                  & Engineers                       Mary & Lee Coldren                Smart & Final
   Margaret E. Parsons Sander         Sacramento Region Community          River City Glass, Inc.               Don & Verna Cole                  Southwest Airlines
Betsey M. Scheuermann                 Foundation                           Scott & Bernie Rogers                                                  Starbucks
                                                                                                                Mary J. Delavan
   & Gilman Kelley                                                         Setzer Foundation                                                      Sutter Hospital
David Sexton                       Endowment                                                                    Dental Creations
                                                                           Sunoptics Prismatic Skylights        George Durnay                     Travel Host
Robert & JoEllen Shanks            Carolyn & Richard Bojé                  Sutter Hospital                                                        Unger Construction
Sandra Shirley                     Estate of Willoughby Lyons                                                   Marlene Ishihara
                                                                           Lux & Robin Taylor                   Gail & William Kassis             Universal Fences
Jerry Shuper                                                               Thornton S. Glide Jr. and                                              US Marine Corp Reserves
Sara & Ken Shuper                  Giraffe Exhibit                            Katrina D. Glide Foundation       Bill & Joyce Koontz
                                   Karla & John Florian                                                         Calvin & Lily Lai                 Winchester Country Club
Keith & Marjorie Sippola                                                   Townsend & Schmidt Masonry                                             Windmill Nursery
Albert & Dorothy Souza             Shirley & Thomas Manning                TSD Engineering, Inc.                Marilyn Larsen
Michael & Kim Stenson              Jeff & Lisa Schumacher                  Dean F. Unger, AIA                   Jack & Charlotte Mast
                                                                                                                Delta & Gary Mello                Media Sponsors
Strong & Associates                                                        Unger Construction                                                     AT&T Yellow Pages
Pamela & Henry Szczesniak          Ice Cream Safari                        University of California Davis       Lawrence & Beverly Mullnix
                                   KMAX UPN 31                                                                  P. Onnigian                       California Musical Theatre
Cas & Jacqueline Szymanowski                                               Wells Fargo                                                               Broadway Series
Peggy J. Van Wicklin               Mix 96                                  Wilke, Fleury, Hoffelt,              Katie Reinwand                    CBS Radio
Ken & Muriel Wemmer                                                           Gould & Birney, LLP               Anne Rudin
                                   Swingin’ Safari Golf Tournament         Diane Wolfe                                                            Comcast
Diane Wolfe                                                                                                     Barbara Z. Rudin                  Elk Grove Auto Mall
Edwin M. Zurflueh                  Armour Steel Company, Inc.                                                   John & Barbara Spencer
                                   Bank of Sacramento                      Wild Affair                                                            Entercom Communications
                                                                                                                Connie Sundquist                     Corporation
Wild Providers                     Buehler & Buehler Associates            Michael Arrese & Gabrielle Daniel    Peter & Jane Weisser
                                   California Communities                  Maria & Hal Baker                                                      KATM 103 FM “KAT Country”
Anonymous                                                                                                       Maryn Whitney                     KCCL 101.9 FM “The Wolf”
Marisa & Michael Alcalay           Capital Engineering Consultants, Inc.   Linda & James Barnes
                                   Classique Catering                                                           Daniel & Rosalie Yee              KCTC AM 1320
Maria & Hal Baker                                                          Joe Bittaker
                                   Embassy Suites                          Michael & S. Candace Bolton                                            KDND 107.9 FM “The End”
Steve & Joyce Brand                                                                                             In Memory of
M. Carol Brown & Carole F. Nutt    Eskaton                                 Steve & Joyce Brand                                                    KFBK AM 1530 News Talk
Lois & Grant Chappell              John E. Fischer                         California Communities               Kevin D. Van Der Molen            KGBY FM Y92.5
William T. Comstock                Vice Mayor Rob Fong                     Grant & Kristin Chappell             Bunny Alexander                   KHKK 104.1 FM “The Hawk”
Gary & Lisa Decker                 Daniel J. Healy                         Lois & Grant Chappell                Tananarive M. Aubert              KHOP 95.1 FM
John & Karen Dowdell               John F. Otto, Inc.                      Catherine Cooper                     Maria & Hal Baker                 KHYL FM V101.1
Roger & Carol Dreyer               Nacht & Lewis Architects                Kelsey Corrick                       Sylvia Bender                     KIID AM 1470 Radio Disney
Patty & Barry French               Nationwide Retirement Solutions         Michael & Ronnie Corrick             Georginia L. Borton, Ph.D.        KJOY FM 99.3
Bill & Nancy Gilbert               Oshima & Yee Architects, Inc.           Jennifer H. Crabb & Tony Lauria      Susan Carey                       KNCI FM 105.5
Mary Healy & Steve O’Brien         Point West Administrators,              Linda & Jim DeLong                   Lisa J. Clement                   KOVR CBS 13
                                     Insurance Services                    Downey, Brand Attorneys, LLP         Catherine Cooper                  KSEG The Eagle 96.9
Starr & Edward Hurley              Premier Access
Lois Jack                                                                  Art & Kathy Dublin                   Michael & Ronnie Corrick          KTIP 1450 AM
                                   Rex Moore Electrical                    Jain Farnsworth                                                        KVIE PBS TV 6
Dorothy R. Jaman                     Contractors & Engineers                                                    Linda & Jim DeLong
Terry & Penny Kastanis             Sacramento Coca-Cola Bottling Co.       Kent Farnsworth                      George Durnay                     KVMR 89.5 & 99.3 FM
Jennifer & Erik Krengel            Service Systems Associates, Inc.        Virginia Fleig                       Simone M. Geoffrion &             KWIN 97.7 & 98.3
Anne & Malcolm McHenry             Sierra West Group                       Vice Mayor Rob Fong                     Janice M. Ehly                 KYMX FM Mix 96
Robert L. McKeown                  Signature Reprographics                 Paul & Nancy Frame                   Dorothy J. Gilchrist              PennySaver USA
James & Carlin Naify               Stephen S. Brand, Attorney at Law       Patty & Barry French                 Cherry Hicks                      Raley’s
Mike M. Namba                      Strong & Associates                     David A. Geremia &                   Bruce & Jean Kern                 The Sacramento Bee
Todd & Michele Neuegebauer                                                    Maureen Reedy-Geremia
                                   Sysco Food Services of                                                       Dena & Jack McCarroll             Sacramento News & Review
Milo Nittler                         Sacramento, Inc.                      Bill & Nancy Gilbert
                                                                           Mary Healy & Steve O’Brien           Delta & Gary Mello                Sacramento Public Library
Scott & Bernie Rogers              Unger Construction                                                           Lindsey Moseanko                  Sacramento Stormwater
Melodie & Chris Rufer              Warren G. Bender Co.                    Cynthia Keasling
                                                                                                                Kathleen Pepin                       Quality Partnership
Jeff & Lisa Schumacher             Wells Fargo Bank                        Steven & Ginger Kuhs
                                                                           Norma & Allan Lammers                June Reiner                       Terry Hines and Associates
                                                                           Kris & Jim Levy                      Patrick & Kerri Rooney            UPN 31 KMAX
                                   ZooMobile                                                                    Sara & Ken Shuper                 Washington Mutual
                                   Rumsey Community Fund                   Shirley & Thomas Manning
                                                                           Vicki Marlborough
                                   Veterinary Hospital                     Joan & Greg McGinty                  In-Kind Donations
                                   Anonymous                               Christine McGlasson                  $500 and above
                                   Airco Mechanical                        Meyer Corporation
                                                                           Manuel & Marilyn Mollinedo           American Fly Fishing Co.
                                   James & Nadine Anderson
                                   Carolyn & Richard Bojé                  Bill & Mary O’Keefe                  Asma’s Design
                                   Georgina L. Borton, Ph.D.               Marilyn & Dean Park                  Tananarive M. Aubert
                                   Stephen & Joyce Brand                   Ken & Jennifer Peters                Bar S Foods
                                   Fritz Brown                             River City Bank                      Baskin Robbins
                                   Camelia City Millwork, Inc.             Scott & Bernie Rogers                Larry Bassham
                                                                           Mitch & Jennifer Rohrer              Paul & Eva Begley                 Every effort has been made
                                   Chain Link Fence & Supply                                                                                      to include all our donors, if
                                   Lois & Grant Chappell                   Sacramento Coca-Cola Bottling Co.    Dave Bender
                                                                           Art & Susan Savage                   Steve & Joyce Brand             however, we have unintentionally
                                   City of Sacramento
                                   J. Richard Clarke                       Service Systems Associates, Inc.     California Musical Theatre      omitted someone, please accept
                                   Brenda & Grant Deary                    Sara & Ken Shuper                    Jay Cohen                          our apologies and call our
                                   Eklin Medical                           David & Evelyn Spottiswood           Jennifer H. Crabb & Tony Lauria       development office at
                                   Elk Grove Auto Mall                     Pamela & Henry Szczesniak                                                     916-808-8815.

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          Statement of Financial Position as of December 31, 2006
                                                                                                                    2006 was successful in many ways; not only as reflected in the financial
                                                                                                                    statements but with increased numbers of visitors, members and donors.
                                                                                                                    The extra effort of the entire staff all contributed to this success.
                                                  2006                                              2005
                                                                                                                    Admission revenue was the highest in the Society’s history at almost $1.7M.
    Assets
                                                                                                                    Over the last years, the attendance has been steady at approximately
      Cash, equivalents and investments $2,305,987                                              $2,511,066
                                                                                                                    450,000 per year with a slight increase in gate prices. Admission revenue
      Accounts and bequests receivable            87,414                                            96,803
                                                                                                                    accounts for 40% of our operational budget.
      Prepaid expenses and other current assets 129,230                                             52,640
      Property and equipment - net             4,406,449                                         1,775,042          Membership again surpassed budget with net revenue of over $400,000.
      Charitable remainder trust assets          452,238                                           554,907          Education supports the Zoo substantially with summer programs netting
                                                                                                                    $60,000; group overnights netting $30,000; and the ZooMobile bringing in
    Total Assets                                                       $7,381,318               $4,990,458          $24,000. Zoo keys, the dump truck and train have netted the Zoo $55,000.
                                                                                                                    Service System Associates, the gift shop and food concessionaire generated
    Liabilities and Net Assets                                                                                      a $369,000 commission.
    Liabilities                                                                                                     A generous bequest increased our endowment fund which now stands at
       Accounts payable                                                            $256,781       $250,035          almost $1,600,000. This increase enabled us to begin using some of the
       Payable to City of Sacramento - net                                          115,395        180,913          interest from the investments to support the Zoo’s activities.
       Accrued and other liabilities                                                 98,115        135,139          The City has been very generous and increased its support and is now
       Capital lease obligation                                                      74,400         58,973          helping the Zoo with $760,500 this year. With the City bond of $1,200,000
    Total Liabilities                                                                544,691       625,060          we were able to complete the new veterinary hospital.
                                                                                                                    Donations-in-kind, which are non-cash donations, are as varied as radio/TV/
                                                                                                                    newspaper advertising, which we don’t pay for, to items for auctions. We also
    Net Assets                                                                                                      receive gifts to be used by the zoo: enrichments for the animals, equipment
      Unrestricted                                                     $4,598,970               $2,284,252          for the vet hospital, plants for landscaping, wheelchairs for visitors, office
      Temporarily restricted                                              674,334                1,334,443          equipment and much more.
      Permanently restricted                                            1,563,323                  746,703
                                                                                                                    Overall, we are showing $409,000 net operating income for 2006. This
    Total Net Assets                                                   $6,836,627               $4,365,398
                                                                                                                    excellent of additional funds generated, will help us to work on the needed
    Total Liabilities and Net Assets                                   $7,381,318               $4,990,458          improvements for AZA accreditation.
                                                                                                                    Congratulations to the staff of the Zoo.


                                    Revenue and Support                                                                                                     Operating Expenditures
                      Gate admissions 25%


                                                                                                                                        Capital                                                                           Animal care 31%
                                                                                                   City of
                                                                                                   Sacramento 11%             improvements 35%

  In-kind donation 2%

 Visitor services &
 other revenue 5%

Special events 3%

   Education 3%

                                                                                                         City of Sacramento
                                                                                                         Bond for Vet
  Concessions 5%                                                                                         Hospital 18%
                                                                                                                                 General and
                                                                                                                                 administrative 6%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Visitor & member
             Contributions,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            service 12%
             grants and                                                                                                                     Marketing and
             sponsorships 19%                                                                  Memberships 10%                              development 9%
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Education 8%

                                       Gate admissions       $ 1,687,000
                                                                     . . . . . . .                                                                   Animal care     . . . . . . . . . . .   $ 1,872,300
                                       City of Sacramento $ 760,500          . . .                                                                   Visitor & member
                                       Memberships           $ 642,400
                                                           . . . . . . . . . . . .
                                                                                                                                                     services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   $ 717,000
                                       Contributions, grants                                                                                         Education   . . . . . . . . . . . . .   $ 461,800
                                       and sponsorships $ 1,253,600        . . . .                                                                   Marketing,
                                       Concessions           $ 368,700
                                                         . . . . . . . . . . . . .
                                                                                                                                                     & development           . . . . . . .   $ 559,400
                                       Education             $ 200,300                                                                               Capital
                                                                                                                                                     improvements                            $ 362,100
                                                 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
                                                                                                                                                                           . . . . . . . .

                                       Special events        $ 176,300
                                                                                                                                                     General and
                                                                 . . . . . . . . .



                                       Visitor services &                                                                                            administrative      . . . . . . . . .   $ 2,101,100
                                       other revenue         $ 333,663
                                                           . . . . . . . . . . . .



                                       In-kind donation      $ 119,400
                                                                   . . . . . . .




     This statement presents a brief overview of the Sacramento Zoological Society’s financial activites for the year ended December 31, 2006. To review a complete copy of
     the audited Financial Statements and Report of Independent Certified Public Accountants with all accompanying notes, please contact the Society’s Director of Finance
     at 916 . 808 . 2684.
      The mission of the Sacramento Zoological Society is to inspire appreciation, understanding and respect for all
          living things through stimulating education, wholesome recreation, and innovative species management.

Sacramento                    Allen Kwong                  Renee Towan                     Jason Vang                   Linda McFarland
Zoo Staff                     Edmund Kwong                 Ray Wack                        Neng Vang                    Patty French
Marie Armstrong               Ruby Lara-Moore              Anthony Walker                  Susan Vang                   Lisa Rae Polk
                              Scott Larsen                 Nathaniel Weaver                Asia Vue
Serena Bagshaw                                                                                                          Doug Ellinger
                              Gene Marksbury               Elaine Werner                   Lisa Vue
Brooke Beley                                                                                                            Linda Barnes
                                                           Wendalyn White                  Paul Vue
Sterling Bell-Senteney        Amanda Mayberry
                                                                                           Shawn Vue                    Gerry Grant
Christopher Boatwright        Laurel Meleski               Robin Whittall
                                                                                           Chris Waltz                  Jean Kern
Steven Boyd                   Delta Pick Mello             Jaime Wilson
                                                                                           Tom Xiong                    Judy Funari
Jack Brady                    Robert Merrill               Lindsay Wudel
                                                                                           Choua Yang                   Cindy Cheney
Rebekah Bridges               Anne Metcalf                 Helen Yee
                                                                                           Maiker Yang
                                                                                                                        Katie Reinwand
Heather Brown                 Lindsey Moseanko                                             Panghoua Yang
                              Thomas Nakayama
                                                           SSA Staff
Cindy Chow                                                                                 Poua Yang                    Daychairs
                                                           Brittaney Bagshaw
Lisa Clement                  James Norwood                                                Brandon Yip                  Catherine Cooper
                                                           Robyn Boatwright
Daniel Delgado                Leah Ortiz                                                   Heather Yip                  Sandy Johnson
                                                           Serina Butler
Lynette Elia                  Christina Parker                                             Nicholas Young               Leila Sisson
                                                           Robert Cha
Meagan Edwards                Kathryn Parker                                                                            Alice Quinn
                                                           Janice Coffey
Leslie Field                  Kimberly Parrino                                             Sacramento Zoo
                                                           Michael Dorton                                               George Durnay
                              Vanessa Peery
                                                                                           Docent Council
Robert Flaherty                                            Chris Fallis                                                 Edna Caluza
                              Serina Perez
                                                                                           Officers
Janine Fong                                                Karl Gip                                                     Karla Kowalcyk
                                                                                           Robin Whittall,
Jessica Franck                Scott Rammel                 Amber Groves                    Education Director
Mary Ellen Franco             Monique Reichel              Dion Henderson                                               2006
                                                                                           Ann Geiger,
                                                           Deborah Johnson
                                                                                                                        Sacramento
Sabrina Friedline             Charles Rogers                                               Education Director
                                                                                                                        City Council
Rosemary Garcia               Harriet Saeck                Robert Lawson                   Gail Lenhart, President
                                                                                                                        Heather Fargo, Mayor
Ann Geiger-Wudel              Crystal Schalmo              Brenda Lee                      Jan Larsson,
                                                           Patricia Lee                    Vice President               Council Members
Simone Geoffrion              Valorie Schneider
                                                           Samantha Mello                  Rob Axell, Treasurer         Ray Tretheway
Brenda Gonzalez               Jim Schnormeier                                                                           District 1
                                                           Webster Moreland                Regina Silva, Secretary
Michelle Hapgood              Laura Schultz                                                                             Sandy Sheedy
                                                           Charles Richard Murnighan                                    District 2
Mary Healy                    Kimberly Sheffield
                                                           Krystle Parkison                Board Members                Steve Cohn
Susan Healy                   Jason Skaleske                                                                            District 3
                                                           Keith Perry                     Gerry Grant
Jennifer Hodges               Marilyn Small                                                                             Robert King Fong
                                                           Max Pone                        Phyllis McGrath              District 4
Melissa House                 Dagmar Smith                 Eileen Rodriguez                D.J. Gilchrist               Lauren Hammond
Lacey Jackson                 Katherine Smith              Kao Saeteurn                                                 District 5
                                                                                           Jean Siler
Asheley Jones                 Brian Sodeman                Bonnie Schnormeier                                           Kevin McCarty
                                                                                           Lois Chappell                District 6
Caroline Lara Kirkendall      Chad Summers                 Jennifer Schnormeier
                                                                                                                        Robbie Waters
Joshua Koenenmann             Bill Tabb                    Linda Silak                     Lauren Kraft                 District 7
Lauren Kraft                  Laurie Todd                  David Vang                      Michelle Gardner             Bonnie Pannell
                                                                                                                        District 8

                                                 THE SACRAMENTO ZOO
      3930 West Land Park Dr., Sacramento, CA 95822                           T: (916) 808-5888
    Photos: Tananarive Aubert, Paul Begley, Tom Myers Photography, Dr. Bob La Perriere, Sacramento Zoo Staff   .www.saczoo.com
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