Seneca Park Zoo helps wildlife and wild places beyond the gates of the Zoo.
You will leave understanding how your attendance and support of the Zoo helps make an impact on wildlife regionally, nationally, and internationally.
11 a.m. Otter demonstration: Learn how animal care staff works with the North American river otters and what your Zoo is doing to conserve the Genesee Reiver
1 p.m. Lion demonstration: Learn how animal care staff works with the African lions and what your Zoo does to help save this species from extinction.
2 p.m. Tour the Main Building and learn about the Zoo’s history and its exciting future.
11 a.m. Elephant bath: Watch an elephant being bathed and learn how your Zoo works with the International Elephant Foundation to help save the species from extinction.
12 p.m. Presentation by Veterinary Technician Robin English: learn about Robin’s field work with black bears, bats, and snails.
1 p.m. Orangutan demonstration: Learn how animal care staff works with the orangutans and how your Zoo works with the organization Health in Harmony to save the species from extinction.