Endangered Species Tour

2nd Grade and Up

Take a Tour of the Zoo

Explore the Zoo on a guided tour, led by our expert teachers. Choose from one of our safaris that transports students to faraway lands as they learn about our planet’s at-risk creatures.

Program Description

Throughout our world, many species face the threat of extinction, with animal populations becoming endangered due to a variety of causes. On our Endangered Species tour, students will get the chance to learn more about the endangered and threatened animals living at our Zoo and what measures are being taken to protect their natural habitats and help rebuild the species through conservation projects. Your group will also learn what it means when an animal is on a Species Survival Plan, and about Florida’s Species of Special Concern, many of which we can find really close to home.

Program Details

Time:  1 1/2 hours

Dates:  Monday – Friday

Ages:  2nd Grade and up

Group Size:  Maximum 100 per day

Costs:  $11.00 per child; $14.00 per adult

Price Includes Zoo Admission; One Adult Free per 10 children.

Additional $1.00 per person if an Animal Encounter is also scheduled.

 

Seminole County Public Schools Discount Rate:

Costs:  $8.25 per child; $14.00 per adult

Price Includes Zoo Admission; One Adult Free per 10 children.

Additional $0.75 per student/$1.00 per paid adult if an Animal Encounter is also scheduled.

 

Reservations are required two weeks in advance.

 

Call: 407.323.4450 ext. 125

Email: fieldtrips@centralfloridazoo.org

Cancellations:  We require a minimum of 24 hours notice to cancel a program. Groups that cancel within 24 hours will be charged a $25.00 cancellation fee.

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