Snow Leopard

Snow Leopard

Snow leopards are very reclusive and are found in the high, rugged mountains of Central Asia. Illegally hunted for the fur trade, snow leopards are very rare. It is estimated that there are only 3,500 to 7,000 remaining in the wild.

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Membership
Catering at the Zoo

Saturday, April 29, 2017
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Free for members and with admission


Presented by Friends of the Rosamond Gifford Zoo in partnership with GreeningUSA's Sustainability Academy

Come to the zoo to celebrate Earth Day! Learn about our efforts to sustain biodiversity and see how you and your family can make a difference, too. Chat with zoo staff at animal demonstrations and keeper talks featuring some of the zoo's resident endangered species and visit "green" activity stations.

Schedule of Activities

Schedule subject to change
*Outdoor activities are weather-dependent
Announcements 5-10 minutes prior will confirm occurrence

Time Description Location
10:30
Up Close and Personal: Parrot
Lower Lobby
11:00
Giant Pacific Octopus Feeding/Keeper Talk Upper Lobby near U.S.S. Antiquities
12:00
Up Close and Personal: Eastern Box Turtles
Upper Lobby near U.S.S. Antiquities
1:30
Penguin Feeding and Keeper Talk*
Penguin Coast
2:00
Species at Risk Talk: Asian Elephant*
Asian Elephant Preserve
2:30
Q and A with a Keeper: Clouded Leopard
Adaptation of Animals
3:00
Bird Feeding: Bugs, Fish and Fruit! Diversity of Birds


Please note:
Ample parking is available free of charge at the zoo. If zoo parking lots are full, street parking is available throughout the Tipperary Hill neighborhood and in Burnet Park. Please observe all parking signs and abide by odd/even parking regulations. You will still need to enter the zoo through the main entrance.

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