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    Camp Zoofari
    Zooper Fun Kids Camp!

     

    Spring Junior Zookeeper Camp
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    arch, 16-20, 2015
    9:00am – 3:00pm

    Register by day or for the week

    $35/day or $150/week

    Extended care is available $25/before (7am – 8:30am) or after care (3pm – 5pm) per week or $50 for both.

    To register please call (806) 381-5605. Deadline to register is March 13

     

     

     

    Summer Safari Camp

    Spend your summer at the wildest place in town! A summer filled with loads of activities, opportunities for exploration and learning, and terrific fun! Each day campers will explore the world of wildlife through arts, crafts, outdoor games, and hands-on activities. Meet animal care experts, take behind the scenes tours, and see animals up-close.  Each camp week is limited to 15 campers so register early! Advance registration is required.
    Call 381-5605 for more information.

    (Extended care in the morning and afternoon is available – call for more information)

    Zoo Done It?
    There is a mystery at the Zoo, and we need your help! Be a detective as you venture through the Zoo to find clues and work with your friends to uncover a hidden secret. Animal demonstrations, Zoo tours and many more activities will help you along the way. You never know what you might find!

    June 15-19  (ages 9-12)

    Creative Creatures Art Camp
    Let’s create wild art! Discover how animals use patterns and colors to help them survive in their habitats, and then practice what you have learned by making your own masterpieces! Campers will also enjoy animal demonstrations, ZooKeeper talks and much more!

    June  22-26 (ages 6-8)

    Critter Cuisine
    Chew on this: animals have some amazing ways to feed themselves in the wild. Learn all about what and how animals eat including nature’s “fast food” and why some animals play with their food. You’ll learn what it takes to feed all the animals at the zoo every day and even help a zookeeper deliver a meal.

    June 29-July 3 (ages 9-12)        

    Awesome Animal Oddities
    Have you ever seen a lizard without legs, an insect that squirts vinegar or a cat that likes to swim? Join us as we search the Zoo for some of the world’s most unique animals. Through Zoo tours, animal demonstrations and exciting activities, you’ll learn what makes some animals stand out from the rest, and why these abilities are important for their survival.

    July 6 – 10 (ages 6-8)

    Junior ZooKeeper Camp
    Roll up your sleeves because it’s time to get to work. Campers will take part in many hands-on activities including animal husbandry, feeding and training. Campers are taught by real ZooKeepers, learning first-hand what it takes. Campers are sure to get their hands dirty in this hands-on camp, where teamwork and education are the focus.

    July 13- 17  (ages 9-12)

    Zoomazing ZooKeeper Camp
    Roll up your sleeves because it’s time to get to work. Campers will take part in many hands-on activities including animal husbandry, feeding and training. Campers are taught by real ZooKeepers, learning first-hand what it takes. Campers are sure to get their hands dirty in this hands-on camp, where teamwork and education are the focus.

    July 20 – 24  (ages 6-8)

    Zoo Done It?
    There is a mystery at the Zoo, and we need your help! Be a detective as you venture through the Zoo to find clues and work with your friends to uncover a hidden secret. Animal demonstrations, Zoo tours and many more activities will help you along the way. You never know what you might find!

    July 27 – 31   (ages 9-12)

    Zoomazing ZooKeeper Camp
    Roll up your sleeves because it’s time to get to work. Campers will take part in many hands-on activities including animal husbandry, feeding and training. Campers are taught by real ZooKeepers, learning first-hand what it takes. Campers are sure to get their hands dirty in this hands-on camp, where teamwork and education are the focus.

    Aug 3 – 7 (ages 6-8)

    Critter Cuisine
    Chew on this: animals have some amazing ways to feed themselves in the wild. Learn all about what and how animals eat including nature’s “fast food” and why some animals play with their food. You’ll learn what it takes to feed all the animals at the zoo every day and even help a zookeeper deliver a meal.

    Aug 10 – 14 (9-12)                    

    Time:
    9:00 am – 3:00 pm
    Extended care will be available

    Fee: $140 member
    $150 non-member

    To register please call (806) 381-5605. Camp sessions fill quickly so call early to reserve your spot!