About the Society
Our 2017-18 board of directors listing.
From bonobos to Butler’s garter snakes, the Zoological Society supports important conservation projects and research in Wisconsin and beyond.
Current employment and internship opportunities.
News releases, media contacts, publications and our annual report.
What’s new at the Zoo? The Zoological Society produces print and online publications that cover everything from the latest animals to ongoing conservation projects to upcoming events. Please see our publications page for more, including an archive of all our publications from 1951 to present day.
The Zoological Society of Milwaukee and the Milwaukee County Zoo are saddened by the passing of Dr. Gilbert Boese. As leader of the Milwaukee County Zoo and later the Zoological Society, Dr. Boese had a huge impact on the Milwaukee area and on wildlife around the world, from jaguars in Belize to bonobos in the Democratic Republic of Congo. We have lost a true visionary and friend. The former zoo director and president and CEO of the Zoological Society of Milwaukee died Thursday, March 22, at the age of 80. Dr. Boese helped raise about $56 million through two capital campaigns that added 14 new or remodeled buildings to the Zoo.
Read more about his incredible accomplishments and passion.
View the leadership staff of the Zoological Society of Milwaukee