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IN THE SPOTLIGHT

A favorite of the Los Angeles community for almost 50 years and located on 133 acres, The Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens is home to more than 1,100 mammals, birds, amphibians and reptiles representing more than 250 different species of which 29 are endangered. In addition, the Zoo’s botanical collection comprises several planted gardens and over 800 different plant species with over 7,400 individual plants. The Zoo receives over 1.5 million visitors per year and is owned and operated by the City of Los Angeles. 

“The LA Zoo & Botanical Gardens has been a fixture in Los Angeles for years and is an important part of educating our community on conservation,” said Darnel Tyler of NBCUniversal.  “We are happy to help support such a valuable resource in our area.”

The Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens is committed to saving species worldwide and has been involved in over 30 conservation projects. With financial and situational support from the Zoo, organizations around the globe are working to save animals in the wild from extinction.

To learn more about conservation and experience all the Zoo has to offer you can visit daily (except 12/25) from 10a – 5p or view their website at www.lazoo.org.

"...the kids were beyond ecstatic at the unveiling of the makeover— they love the newly painted handball court, basketball courts, the adorable Kindergarten yard, everything! Thank you, from the bottom of our hearts, for making the Valley View campus the fun, beautiful place that our kids deserve."

- Callie Zelniker
Valley View School PTA

"The work that NBCU is doing to help improve our community is much needed and appreciated!"

- John Walker, President
Studio City Neighborhood Council

"The Toluca Lake Chamber of Commerce appreciates all that NBCUniversal does to support the Toluca Lake community. Their involvement in the Annual Pancake Breakfast has helped increase the monies raised for Fire Station #86 and the Widows, Orphans and Disabled Firemen’s Fund. Also, this year NBCUniversal brought the Minion characters from the movie Despicable Me 2 to the breakfast, which was a great hit with everyone!"

- Steve Hampar, President
Toluca Lake Chamber of Commerce

"The annual Studio City Winter Family Festival, which celebrates the holidays and gives back to those in need, got even better with the generous support of NBCUniversal."

- Alan Dymond, President
Studio City Residents Association
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