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In-Person Outreach Programs for K – Adult

Zoo to You! In-Person Outreach Programs

Choose from a wide a variety of exciting animal presentations that will bring these wonderful programs right to you!

Let us bring the Zoo to you!

Experience opportunities to meet our animal ambassadors and talk with Education team members. Choose from any of the in-person outreach programs listed below, and we will bring them live to you

Animal Adaptation (K-Adult)

They’re weird, wacky and wonderful! Meet some creatures with strange features in this up-close look at some unusual animal adaptations.

Animals in Action (K-Adult)

Animals move in many ways. How many can you think of? How many can you imitate? Discover all the right moves and get moving during this lively presentation!

Creatures of the Night (K-Adult)

Fascinating nightlife comes to light during this nocturnal adventure with some incredible creatures of the night. Discover amazing characteristics and adaptations that have allowed these animals to be successful in the dark.

Dr. Zoo Little (K-5th grade)

Learn about medical care at the Zoo as we explore how Zoo vets and techs take care of the animals.

Fear to Fascination (2nd-Adult)

Afraid of snakes or spiders? Face your fears with this in-depth program designed to debunk some of the most common myths surrounding some of the world’s most misunderstood animals. Discover why humans fear these “creepy crawlers” and how beneficial they really are to our planet.

Florida Natives (K-Adult)

Meet some of the wonderful animals that share our state, including some you might see in your own backyard. This program features Florida’s diverse wildlife and teaches us why we must become stewards of our state to save habitat for these native species.

Go Wild! (2nd – Adult)

This multi-concept presentation brings fun to your students while they meet some amazing Animal Ambassadors. Topics such as animal senses and adaptations will come alive as your students explore how animals protect themselves and find food.

Pirates of the ZOOribbean (K-Adult)

Ahoy Mateys! It’s a ZOOribbean adventure as we set sail on an exciting pirate’s journey in search of amazing coastal and island animals. Discover the true treasures of a pirate’s life!

Really Radical Reptiles (K-Adult)

Reptiles are an incredibly unique type of animal, with many species found right here in our Zoo. Great for both reptile fans and those who haven’t quite warmed up to these cold-blooded pals, this animal encounter opportunity gets you up close and personal with the Zoo’s reptilian residents.

The Wonder of Rainforests (K-Adult)

What makes rainforests so special? Through interactive activities, amazing biofacts, and real rainforest animals, students will be transported to the rainforests of the world. Students will learn the reasons this important ecosystem is threatened and ways each of us can help save it.

Vet Investigations (6th – Adult)

Veterinarians face a lot of challenges, especially Zoo vets! From the smallest animal to the biggest, they all need quality care. How does a Zoo vet manage it all? Let’s examine a case study to learn more.

ZOOm Around the World (K-Adult)

Discover a world of animals without leaving your classroom. Students will meet animals native to the far corners of our planet. A diversity of species, which often fill similar niches, will be presented.

ZOOper Heroes (K-Adult)

Investigate the world of superheroes who have special animal abilities. From fact to fiction, we’ll discover what kind of amazing adaptations it takes to be Spiderman, Batman, Catwoman, and more!

Program Details

Cost: $350 for one program / $450 for two programs

Time: 1 Hour per program; please allow 15 minutes between programs if more than one program is scheduled per day

*To allow for social distancing, please plan on scheduling more than one program if you have more than 50 participants per program. 

Reservations Required Two Weeks in Advance 


Call: 407-323-4450 ext. 125

Email: cfzoutreach@centralfloridazoo.org


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