Tonight, the Woodland Park Zoo is opening up their annual WildLights display.
Photo credit Ryan Hawk, Woodland Park Zoo
WildLights, which will be open nightly from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., is a huge light display of about 375,000 LED lights that will, “recreate wild animals and wild places in two and three dimensions along the zoo’s pathways and North Meadow,” according to the zoo. “An animated display of nature’s wonder will be woven into the zoo’s famous greenery inspired by exotic destinations from across the globe, including ‘Northern Lights,’ ‘The Water Hole’ and ‘Jungle Lights.’”
The Zoomazium and Day Exhibit (the reptile and amphibian exhibit) will also be open during the WildLights hours. The displays will be up until January 1. Learn more here.