Lunar New Year
Celebrate good fortune this Lunar New Year, a holiday recognized throughout many East and Southeast Asian countries. 2023 is the Year of the Rabbit, and those born during this zodiac year are known for being calm, agile, and prosperous.
Conservation Starts Here
Join us at the San Diego Zoo and San Diego Zoo Safari Park on Saturday, February 4 and Sunday, February 5, 2023, as we celebrate Lunar New Year and Wild Weekend: Asian Rainforest. Discover fun activities for the whole family, including authentic Lunar New Year good fortunes, your favorite Asian-inspired foods, and engaging experiences with wildlife care specialists and the iconic species you’re helping us protect deep within our Asian Rainforest Conservation Hub. Take a peek at each location’s festivities below:
Conservation Begins with You
Your continued support helps save incredible wildlife, including tigers and red pandas, through groundbreaking conservation efforts across Asia; combats illegal trafficking of orchids, as well as other endangered wildlife worldwide; and protects future generations of iconic species, including orangutan families deep within the Asian rainforest.
Become an Ally for wildlife, and support our Asian Rainforest Conservation Hub today.
A Lucky Lunar New Year
Learn how to turn your Lunar New Year keepsake into something that will bring you good luck all year long.