Earth Tracks

Friday, May 18, 2018 • 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

     

Join wildlife biologists, naturalists and environmental educators from across the region to learn about wildlife, research, and conservation actions you can take to make a difference here and around the world. Visitors will enjoy 18 hands-on learning/activity stations throughout the zoo, having their questions answered by the pros, and of course, all the zoo animals!

This event will be held on Endangered Species Day and offers a great opportunity to learn about the importance of protecting endangered species, celebrate endangered species success stories, and highlight the everyday actions people can take to help protect wildlife and the environment.

See last year’s Earth Track Map for an idea of learning station topics and the schedule of animal presentations. The 2018 topics will be posted in May.

Groups of 10 or more: Make a Group Reservation by May 11 by contacting Jessamy Schwartz via email or at 218-730-4500 ext. 205.

Earth Tracks is generously sponsored by Sappi Fine Paper, 4imprint, Safari Limited and WLSSD!

                

The event ends at 2 pm but the zoo is open until 5 pm. Regular zoo admission prices apply. Members are free.

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