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    291021 - King of the Forest

    291021 - King of the Forest

    King of the Forest - Father's Day Sleepover
    Camp out with Dad at the Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary for Father's Day! We'll go on a night time flashlight tour and hear some not-too-scary stories about creatures of the night. After a sleepover on one of the zoo decks, we'll have a light breakfast before you go home to enjoy the day with your dad!
    Pricing is $45 for Dads and $25 for each child.

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    Add to Cart291021-01Dad06/20/15- 06/21/15 6:00P- 9:00A$45Item DetailsAvailable
    Add to Cart291021-02Child06/20/15- 06/21/15 6:00P- 9:00A$25Item DetailsAvailable

    291041 - Junior Zookeeper Camp

    291041 - Junior Zookeeper Camp

    Junior Zookeeper Camp
    NEW: Each week of camp includes different activities! Join us for multiple weeks to enhance your camp experience.
    Weekly curriculum: each morning includes zookeeping tasks like cleaning exhibits and hiding enrichment while the animals are locked safely in their dens. When we finish, you’ll experience the fun of watching the animals enjoy their special treats. Afternoon activities: we’ll relocate to the zoo’s air conditioned classroom to engage in hands-on activities and create enrichment projects like making giant frozen ice pops, handmade piñatas, and special puzzles for the animals. Campers will get to meet some of the zoo’s animals, which may include a ferret, skunk, tortoise, and prairie dog. Each week of camp also includes visits by special guests, ranging from veterinarians, to wildlife care volunteers, to an officer and horse from Folsom P.D.’s mounted patrol unit.
    Each camp week has a different theme and focus; for example, “Predators vs. Prey Week,” where campers will clean wolf and Zebu exhibits; create enrichment for tigers, foxes and rabbits; and may feed browse to the deer or dissect owl pellets. Another week’s theme, “Our Wild Neighbors,” includes cleaning the exhibits of the bears and mountain lions; making enrichment for raccoons, ravens and bobcats; and could include building bat boxes and going on a nature walk. Just as with the real behind-the-scenes daily life at the zoo, camp activities may be altered to correspond to the current needs of the animals, weather conditions, and other factors.

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    Add to Cart291041-01Junior Zookeeper Cam06/08/15- 06/12/15 9:00A- 2:00P$289/$314Item DetailsAvailable
    Add to Cart291041-02Junior Zookeeper Cam06/15/15- 06/19/15 9:00A- 2:00P$289/$314Item DetailsWaitlist

    291050 - Senior Zookeeper Camp

    291050 - Senior Zookeeper Camp

    If you liked junior zookeeper camp, you’ll love Senior Zookeeper Camp. Take what you’ve learned to the next level. In this advanced camp, you will enjoy learning more about many of the same activities at a higher level such as: making enrichment toys for the animals, cleaning enclosures, preparing diets, and interacting with the animals. You will also learn about animal training, animal health and care, outside conservation efforts, and environmental stewardship.
    Ages: 12-15

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    Add to Cart291050-01Senior Zookeeper Cam06/22/15- 06/26/15 9:00A- 2:00P$250/$275Item DetailsAvailable

    292020 - Zoo Ambassador Program

    292020 - Zoo Ambassador Program

    Are you 12-15 years old and interested in learning what it is like to be a zookeeper? Take the first step and join the Zoo Ambassador Program (ZAP)! Each day the ZAP class will be assigned an animal to care for. You will learn fascinating facts about the animals such as their diets, behaviors and habitats, provide enrichment for the animals and enjoy special behind the scenes opportunities while maintaining animal enclosures. Diets will be created and fed to the animals. The session will finish with craft projects for the animals or animal socialization. This is a rare opportunity to be up close and personal with zoo animals! (Ages: 12-15)
    Each student will be at the zoo for 3 hours on the 2nd and 4th weekends of each month. Contact Zookeeper Karrie at kkolodziej@folsom.ca.us with questions.
    Actual class dates: May 9, May 23, June 13 and June 27, 2015

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    Read Notice292020-01Zoo Ambassador Prog05/09/15- 06/27/15 8:30A- 11:30A$100/$110Item DetailsFull
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    391041 - Junior Zookeeper Camp

    391041 - Junior Zookeeper Camp

    Junior Zookeeper Camp
    NEW: Each week of camp includes different activities! Join us for multiple weeks to enhance your camp experience.
    Weekly curriculum: each morning includes zookeeping tasks like cleaning exhibits and hiding enrichment while the animals are locked safely in their dens. When we finish, you’ll experience the fun of watching the animals enjoy their special treats. Afternoon activities: we’ll relocate to the zoo’s air conditioned classroom to engage in hands-on activities and create enrichment projects like making giant frozen ice pops, handmade piñatas, and special puzzles for the animals. Campers will get to meet some of the zoo’s animals, which may include a ferret, skunk, tortoise, and prairie dog. Each week of camp also includes visits by special guests, ranging from veterinarians, to wildlife care volunteers, to an officer and horse from Folsom P.D.’s mounted patrol unit.
    Each camp week has a different theme and focus; for example, “Predators vs. Prey Week,” where campers will clean wolf and Zebu exhibits; create enrichment for tigers, foxes and rabbits; and may feed browse to the deer or dissect owl pellets. Another week’s theme, “Our Wild Neighbors,” includes cleaning the exhibits of the bears and mountain lions; making enrichment for raccoons, ravens and bobcats; and could include building bat boxes and going on a nature walk. Just as with the real behind-the-scenes daily life at the zoo, camp activities may be altered to correspond to the current needs of the animals, weather conditions, and other factors.

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    Add to Cart391041-01Junior Zookeeper Cam07/06/15- 07/10/15 9:00A- 2:00P$289/$314Item DetailsAvailable
    Add to Cart391041-02Junior Zookeeper Cam07/13/15- 07/17/15 9:00A- 2:00P$289/$314Item DetailsAvailable
    Add to Cart391041-03Junior Zookeeper Cam07/20/15- 07/24/15 9:00A- 2:00P$289/$314Item DetailsAvailable

    391050 - Senior Zookeeper Camp

    391050 - Senior Zookeeper Camp

    If you liked junior zookeeper camp, you’ll love Senior Zookeeper Camp. Take what you’ve learned to the next level. In this advanced camp, you will enjoy learning more about many of the same activities at a higher level such as: making enrichment toys for the animals, cleaning enclosures, preparing diets, and interacting with the animals. You will also learn about animal training, animal health and care, and so much more!
    Ages: 12-15

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    Read Notice391050-01Senior Zookeeper Cam07/27/15- 07/31/15 9:00A- 2:00P$250/$275Item DetailsFull
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