Zooper Fun Summer Kids Camp!
Fee: $150 (non-members)
Junior Zoo Keeper Camp
Want to be a zookeeper when you grow up? In this camp, you’ll work with keepers preparing meals, cleaning exhibits, and studying animal behavior. You will also go behind-the scenes and help prepare enrichment activities for animals such as our lions, tigers, bears and monkeys. On the last day of camp, family, friends, and zoo staff will stop by to learn more about your camp adventures!�
Around the World in 5 Days
Asia, Africa, Australia and the Americas – animals from all over the globe are explored! This week will be your passport to meet some exotic animals without ever leaving the Zoo!
Animal Toy Workshop
Learn about making toys and environments that enrich the lives of animals that live at the Zoo. Come play with us and help make fun toys for the animals to explore, chomp, shred and have a good old time with.
Rockin’ Reptiles and Awesome Amphibians
Slither or hop to the Zoo to find out more about our scaly and slimy friends! Frogs and toads are incredibly important to teh world, and we will show you why. Also learn why snakes are not as scary as they seem, the differences between turtles and tortoises, and much more!
ZSI – Zoo Science Investigations
Do you have what it takes to be an animal detective? Join out team of wildlife investigators as we use our CSI skills and tools to solve real-world animal mysteries. Follow clues like trails, tracks, scat, bones and more that animals leave behind. Finally, find out about threats to animals and their environments, including ways we can help.
July 29-August 2
Mythbusters – Zoo Edition
True or False? Touching a toad will give you warts? Opossums hang by their tail? Bears like honey? We’ll work as a team to discover which statements are facts and which are fiction. You’ll observe animals and get expert information from zookeepers. Then produce your own episode of Mythbusters to share with others!
Paws, Claws, Scales, and Tails
A great camp to introduce young people to all the different groups of animals. Campers will meet furry, scaly, slimy and feathered animals up close as you learn about their habitats and habits.
To register call: (806) 381-5605
Early registration required