Bulk amounts are available twice a year during our spring and fall Fecal Fests. 2-gallon containers of Zoo Doo are ; pint containers are .95. Woodland Park Zoo is not the only place composting can be done, nor does it have to be done on such a large scale. It goes on around us all the time from the tomato that got left in the back of the fridge last month to the leaves in the yard.
Due to its popularity and limited quantities, we have created a lottery system to obtain Zoo Doo during Fecal Fest. You can create your own compost in your own backyard. When we talk about composting we are simply exploring various ways to assist the natural process.
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These trace nutrients are not often found in chemical fertilizers.
Woodland Park Zoo's Zoo Doo is the most exotic compost available in the Pacific Northwest.
It’s been pooped once by exotic herbivores and pooped again by compost loving worms. The Zoo Doo process begins when fresh manure and straw bedding are collected from animal enclosures.
Next, leaves, wood chips and other organic materials from the zoo grounds are combined with the manure and straw mixture.
The Zoo Doo process begins when fresh manure and straw bedding are collected from animal enclosures.
Finished compost is a dark, rich humus with some woody material remaining.