Get outside and learn some new things this month! Pre-registration is requested, and pre-payment is encouraged to secure your spot at any of these programs. Call 315.755.0895 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Villianized in fairy tales and folk lore, the wolf has done little to deserve its reputation. Come check out our
wonderful wolves Kaja and Kenai and two of their pups from their litter from last year in our Wandering with Wolves
Part of our
enrichment program series, this program costs $15/person, $40/a family of 4, 20% off for members. Additional family members can be added on to the family packet for a reduced rate.
Also happening this month-
July 15th- 1pm Butterflies and other Arthropods.
This months homeschool program focuses on one of our most popular attractions, our butterfly house! Come learn everything there is to know about these arthropods, spend some time observing in the Butterfly House.
July 3rd- 10am Animal Families
This months program for toddlers focuses on how animals structure their families, and how cute animal babies are. With a short lesson and a craft, this program is perfect for those 5 and younger.
Zoofari Summer Camp
Registration is now open for our summer camps! Weekly dates and topics are listed below. Information and registration details can be found on our website here.
Session One July 13-17: Water Worlds
Meet the cast of creatures inhabiting our waters including our otters, amphibians, reptiles, fish and invertebrates. Children will learn about special adaptations that allow animals to thrive in aquatic habitats. We will discuss the need for healthy aquatic ecosystems and major threats to these habitats.
Session Two July 20-24: Feasts for the Beasts
What is life like at the top of food chain? Campers will learn about the special adaptations of our large carnivores and birds of prey allowing them to be the top predators of the earth and sky.
Session Three July 27-31: Leapers and Creepers
Meet the fascinating creatures lurking behind every corner, from slithering snakes and slimy salamanders to creepy crawly invertebrates. Campers will learn how this elusive cast of characters play important roles in the ecosystem.
Session Four August 3-7: Jr. Biologist
Walk in the footsteps a wildlife biologist! This week's activities are designed to inspire campers to explore the wildlife around them. Campers will create a field journal and spend the week filling it with observations of the animals we will see on our nature walks. They will discover how observations and data collection are used to learn about and protect wild species.
Session Five August 10-14: Amazing Animal Kingdom
Campers will meet our Animal Ambassadors from around the animal kingdom and discuss their unique adaptations and lifestyles. Each day we will cover one major taxa; Mammals, Birds, Reptiles, Amphibians, Invertebrates. Campers will discover what sets each group apart from the other animal groups.
Session Six August 17-21: Backyard Biology
Learn about conservation projects you can do at your own home! Activities will build upon camper's sense of wonder about nature and inspire them to think about their impact on our planet. We will also spend time getting get to know the animals at the farm, and discuss how to care for proper pets while focusing on why wild animals don't make good pets.
Full Day Session(1 week): 8:00am - 4:00 pm Member Fee: $128.00 Non Member Fee $160.00
? Day Session(1 week) option: 8:00am - 12:00 pm Member Fee: $68.00 Non Member Fee $85.00
Option to extend the full day to 5:00 for an additional fee $7.50 per day for Members and Non Members.
More information on any of these programs can be found here. Click the education tab to see all our offerings.
If you have anything you would like to see added to our education offerings, or any suggestions please email email@example.com. We are always looking to better serve our community needs!