Has it been a while since you’ve been to Woodland Park Zoo?
Then you haven’t seen these little guys’ new digs… a 17,000-square-foot exhibit that is also good for the
Learn about the orangutan and many other creatures during the Comcast Neighborhoods segment about the Woodland Park Zoo
environment. Innovative practices like biofiltration and geothermal technology help the zoo save 3 million gallons of water each year!
Great nose-to-beak viewing allows you to see the humbolt penguins’ new babies born this summer.
Want to see more of the Woodland Park Zoo? It’s so big it’s a neighborhood … and so Comcast Digital TV customers in Western Washington can see a program about the Seattle zoo now through our Comcast Neighborhoods segment, now available On Demand in October.
Among the creatures you will meet is Bamboo, the Asian elephant. Bamboo likes carrots and broccoli along with her steady diet of hay. Part of the zoo’s mission is to educate the public about endandered animals like the elephant.
Fall is a great time to visit the zoo.
Comcast Neighborhoods host Sabrina Register waves during the segment from the Woodland Park Zoo
Fewer people and lower prices are just two reasons to pack a jacket, camera, and your sense of adventure!
Comcast Digital TV customers can see the segment by these easy steps:
1. Go to On Demand
2. Look for the Get Local folder.
3. Go to ‘Around the Sound.’
4. Click ‘Neighborhoods.’