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The 411 On Black-Footed Ferrets

Check out these must-see resources for black-footed ferret information.

By Renee Downs
Posted: June 23, 2008, 5 a.m. EDT

A video of black-footed ferrets being released into the wild can be viewed on The Nature Conservancy website. Click here>>

Organizations With Active Black-Footed Ferret Captive Breeding Programs

  • Smithsonian National Zoological Park (Washington, DC)
  • Cheyenne Mountain Zoological Park (Colorado)
  • Louisville Zoological Garden (Kentucky)
  • Phoenix Zoo (Arizona)
  • Toronto Zoo (Ontario, Canada)
  • Turner Endangered Species Program (New Mexico)

To observe black-footed ferrets at the National Zoo, click here>> 

Websites With Black-Footed Ferret Information
Black-Footed Ferret Recovery Program 
Prairie Wildlife Research 
U.S. Department of Fisheries and Wildlife
Defenders of Wildlife 
The Nature Conservancy 

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