• The Conservation Calendar features photographs taken by our members and visitors and chosen by you. Inside the calendar the dates of all your favorite Zoo events for 2020. It's a great way to keep track of EdZOOcation classes, special events, closed dates, Zoo Boo, Gift of Lights, and more! All members receive a copy of the calendar in the mail. The calendar can be purchased online or in the Gift Shop when the Zoo is open, or you can choose to have your calendar shipped first class for an extra $2 fee per calendar.
  • Your tax-deductible gift on Giving ZOOday helps us provide for the animals in our care and protect animals in the wild. When you give on Giving ZOOday, we give a little back to you! Check below for gift levels.
  • So You Want to be a Zookeeper? Saturday, September 28, 10 am-12 pm

  • Wild Rangers Winter Break Camp (10-12 years old): Frozen Zoo!

    It’s that time of the year again where snow covers the ground, ponds become ice skating rinks, and the air is so cold you can see your own breath! How do you survive the cold? Hot chocolate? Fireplace? Wool socks? Those things might work for humans, but they don’t work for other animals! Come and experience the Frozen Zoo Camp! We will learn all about frozen habitats, and we will investigate different methods animals use to enduring the icy cold. We will also make a beautiful craft using colored ice!
  • Future Zoologists Winter Break Camp (7-9 years old): Frozen Zoo!

    It’s that time of the year again where snow covers the ground, ponds become ice skating rinks, and the air is so cold you can see your own breath! How do you survive the cold? Hot chocolate? Fireplace? Wool socks? Those things might work for humans, but they don’t work for other animals! Come and experience the Frozen Zoo Camp! We will learn all about frozen habitats, and we will investigate different methods animals use to enduring the icy cold. We will also make a beautiful craft using colored ice!

  • Junior Naturalists Winter Break Camp (5-6 years old): Frozen Zoo!  

    It’s that time of the year again where snow covers the ground, ponds become ice skating rinks, and the air is so cold you can see your own breath! How do you survive the cold? Hot chocolate? Fireplace? Wool socks? Those things might work for humans, but they don’t work for other animals! Come and experience the Frozen Zoo Camp! We will learn all about frozen habitats, and we will investigate different methods animals use to enduring the icy cold. We will also make a beautiful craft using colored ice!