Spotted Turtle

Spotted Turtle

Spotted turtles are omnivorous (eats both animal and plant foods) and feeds primarily underwater. Spotted turtles are active all day long in early spring. The sex of the hatchling is determined by nest temperature at specific times during the incubation period. Cooler temperatures produce males and warmer temperatures produce females.

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Out of Town

Grey Wolf by Megan Mullin

Are you planning on staying for the night after having a wild adventure at the zoo? Visit the Syracuse Convention & Visitors Bureau for a complete listing of hotels, restaurants and attractions.


Interested in visiting the surrounding counties? Here are some other helpful links:

To make things easier for out-of-town visitors, these hotels have established some fun, affordable zoo packages:

Here are some other hotels that are close-by and easy to find:

  • Econo Lodge
    3400 Erie Boulevard East, DeWitt, NY 13214
    (315) 446-3300
  • Genesee Grande
    1060 East Genesee Street Syracuse, NY 13210
    (315) 476-4212 or (800) 365-HOME
  • Quality Inn
    6611 Old Collamer Rd. South, East Syracuse, NY 13057
    (315) 432-9333
  • Rodeway Inn
    6578 Thompson Rd., Syracuse, NY 13206
    (315) 463-8555
  • United Inn
    1308 Buckley Road, North Syracuse, NY 13212
    (315) 451-1212

 

 

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