Check out this story on Komo News about tomorrow’s exciting event. (Excerpt below)
Banner protesting treatment of zoo’s elephants hitting Seattle skies

The local group crusading for the release of the Woodland Park Zoo’s three elephants will be receiving a little air support in their fight tomorrow when an airplane trailing a banner reading, “Zoo elephants suffer,” will take to the Seattle skies.

Alyne Fortgang, of Friends of Woodland Park Zoo Elephants, said the aerial message –flying above the zoo and I-5 during rush-hour traffic – will help the group reach tens of thousands of eyes.

Friends of Woodland Park Zoo Elephants has been advocating for the release of the elephants to the Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee, claiming the small space of captivity at the zoo is causing the animals physical and mental ailments.

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One Response to “Elephant Advocates Take to the Skies”

  1. Kay Klein on 23 Jul 2011 at 11:30 am #

    Way to go!! You folks are an inspiration to all animal activists – please keep up the good work and keep the pressure on. All of these eles in all zoos and circuses need to be freed. And education is the only way to do it. Thank you for all that you do!

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