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Feb
7
Sat
2015
G.O. Program Orientation
Feb 7 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Want to get to know the animals better? Join the G.O. Program! You’ll have the opportunity to observe the animals and collect valuable data. No experience needed.

Observers use a list of described behaviors to record an animal’s activity for a set period of time, usually 20 minutes per individual. The data collected helps zookeepers to better understand how the animals are spending their day and how they are utilizing their exhibit. This information is then used by keepers to further enhance animal care. It also creates baseline data for future studies which may be performed by zookeepers or students. Future opportunities in this growing program include data entry, statistics, studies, species specific ethogram development, and a call out list to assist keepers in observing introductions, births, and more.

See more volunteer opportunities here.

 

 

Feb
11
Wed
2015
Free Conservation Lecture
Feb 11 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

“Imperiled Fishers in the Pacific Northwest”  by Sean Matthews, Ph.D., Wildlife Conservation Society, Klamath Landscape Coordinator

 

The fisher, known to science as Pekania pennanti, is considered one of the most adept and elusive carnivores in our western forests; capable of regularly preying on well-fortified porcupines and rarely spotted by even the most regular of forest visitors. Despite their tenacity and elusive nature, these house-cat-sized weasels were unable to elude the pressures of unregulated trapping for furs and the loss of forested habitats associated with logging over the last century. It is suspected that logging continues to threaten fisher populations by means of habitat fragmentation, reductions in habitat size, and changes in forest structure rendering it unsuitable for fishers. As a result of population declines, range contractions, and existing threats, the fisher is a candidate for federal endangered species protection.

Join conservation scientist Dr. Sean Matthews as he shares his decade of research and conservation experience on fishers throughout California, Oregon, and Washington. Through photographs and videos, Sean will share stories of fisher biology, conservation concerns, research and conservation efforts, and what it takes to raise an orphaned fisher kit, from rescue to release.

 

For more on conservation events happening at Sequoia Park Zoo, visit our Conservation Events page.

Mar
8
Sun
2015
Zoo Crew Orientation
Mar 8 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Want to work more closely with the animals? This year-round program offers individuals the opportunity to take part in some of the zoo’s day-to-day activities, like feeding, observing and handling animals and cleaning exhibits. There are also opportunities for giving demonstrations and helping out at our special events. This position is for a volunteer interested in a longer commitment and requires training. Interested persons must be approved by the Volunteer Coordinator prior to attending any Zoo Crew orientations.

All Zoo Crew members must:

  • Be at least 16 years old
  • Complete the required application, orientation and training
  • Pass a TB and background check
  • Commit to a minimum of two shifts per month for at least 6 months
  • Be able to follow directions precisely and work independently
  • Be in good physical shape—able to lift 25 pounds, walk, stoop, reach overhead and traverse uneven surfaces.
  • Pass the pre-screenings and receive a personal invitation to join the Zoo Crew training

Please be aware that the Zoo Crew application process can take several weeks, and volunteer orientation only occurs every 3 months. You will be contacted about your status once your application has been processed.

2014 Zoo Crew Orientation Dates:

  • Sunday, March 2, 12 – 4 p.m.
  • Sunday, June 1, 12-4 p.m.
  • Sunday, September 7, 12-4 p.m.
  • Sunday, December 7, 12-4 p.m.

Interested persons must be approved by the Volunteer Coordinator to attend any Zoo Crew orientations. Call (707) 441-4205 or e-mail ten.o1425473151ozkra1425473151paiou1425473151qes@r1425473151eetnu1425473151lov1425473151.

See more volunteering opportunities here.

 

Mar
11
Wed
2015
Free Conservation Lecture
Mar 11 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

“Frogs and Chytrid in Coffee, Oh My!”  by Jennifer Brown, Graduate Student, HSU Wildlife, and SPZF Grant Recipient

 

Detailed information coming soon.

 

For more on conservation events happening at Sequoia Park Zoo, visit our Conservation Events page.

Apr
11
Sat
2015
Cub Club: Otters, Otters, Everywhere!
Apr 11 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

sequoia park zoo au14 3311Spend an “otterly” amazing morning at the zoo exploring the playful antics of our river otter brothers. We will play otter games, make an otter craft and watch a special otter feeding by the otter zookeeper. Now that is a lot of otters!
You “otter” not miss out on the fun!

Sign up for spring camps now! Print out a registration form and bring it to the Zoo or send an email to ten.o1425473151ozkra1425473151paiou1425473151qes@n1425473151oitac1425473151ude1425473151.

Apr
14
Tue
2015
Jr. Zookeepers: Springtime at the Zoo!
Apr 14 @ 9:00 am – Apr 17 @ 12:00 pm

Sequoia Park Zoo AU13 237   WEB size croppedHey all you 8‐11 year olds, school is out so let’s have some fun! During this week of camp we will meet a keeper and a “behind the scenes” animal, make special treats for some of the animals, play games, make crafts, hike in Sequoia Park, explore the zoo using the Learning Labs’ new electronic tablets and celebrate animals and spring. This is also the Zoo’s first camp in the new Learning Lab, a “smart classroom” with views into the eagle and salmon exhibits. It will be Spring‐tacular!

This is a day-camp that runs from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon every day from April 14 – 17.

Sign up for spring camps now! Print out a registration form and bring it to the Zoo or send an email to ten.o1425473151ozkra1425473151paiou1425473151qes@n1425473151oitac1425473151ude1425473151.

May
9
Sat
2015
Cub Club: Run, Salmon, Run!
May 9 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Sequoia Park Zoo SM14-1749Join us on the journey of Pacific salmon—from the river, to the ocean, and back to the river again—just like a “salmon run”. We will transform ourselves into these champions of the animal world, play games, make a craft and get a special talk from a salmon zookeeper. If we are lucky, we might even catch a glimpse of Super Salmon.

Sign up for spring camps now! Print out a registration form and bring it to the Zoo or send an email to ten.o1425473151ozkra1425473151paiou1425473151qes@n1425473151oitac1425473151ude1425473151.

Brew at the Zoo
May 9 @ 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Brew at the Zoo Web Featured ImageJoin us for a celebration of local beer, music and pub-style snacks!

Brew at the Zoo 2015 will feature local breweries and distributors Lost Coast Brewery, Six Rivers Brewing Company, Mad River Brewing Company, Lagunitas Brewing Company, Redwood Curtain Brewery, Sierra Nevada Brewing Company, and DelReka Distributors with more to come, as well as local musicians Mad River Rose and the Spin Drifters.

Check out our Brew at the Zoo page for more information!

Jun
7
Sun
2015
Zoo Crew Orientation
Jun 7 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Want to work more closely with the animals? This year-round program offers individuals the opportunity to take part in some of the zoo’s day-to-day activities, like feeding, observing and handling animals and cleaning exhibits. There are also opportunities for giving demonstrations and helping out at our special events. This position is for a volunteer interested in a longer commitment and requires training.

All Zoo Crew members must:

  • Be at least 16 years old
  • Complete the required application, orientation and training
  • Pass a TB and background check
  • Commit to a minimum of two shifts per month for at least 6 months
  • Be able to follow directions precisely and work independently
  • Be in good physical shape—able to lift 25 pounds, walk, stoop, reach overhead and traverse uneven surfaces.

Please be aware that the Zoo Crew application process can take several weeks, and volunteer orientation only occurs every 3 months. You will be contacted about your status once your application has been processed.

Interested persons must be approved by the Volunteer Coordinator to attend any Zoo Crew orientations. Call (707) 441-4205 or e-mail ten.o1425473151ozkra1425473151paiou1425473151qes@r1425473151eetnu1425473151lov1425473151. Click here for more volunteering opportunities.

Jun
13
Sat
2015
Cub Club: Soar Like an Eagle!
Jun 13 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Eagle Featured ImageSoar over to the zoo for an adventure that is all about eagles. We will explore the new Bald eagle exhibit, pretend to be eagles in a giant nest, play eagle games and get to know our beautiful eagle ambassador, Cheyenne.

Sign up for spring camps now! Print out a registration form and bring it to the Zoo or send an email to ten.o1425473151ozkra1425473151paiou1425473151qes@n1425473151oitac1425473151ude1425473151.

Visit

Open Today from 10am to 5pm

Adults: $5.75

Children (3-12): $3.75

Seniors (60+): $4.75

Children under 3: Free

Zoo Members: Free

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Events & Classes

Mar
8
Sun
2015
12:00 pm Zoo Crew Orientation
Zoo Crew Orientation
Mar 8 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Want to work more closely with the animals? This year-round program offers individuals the opportunity to take part in some of the zoo’s day-to-day activities, [...]
Mar
11
Wed
2015
7:00 pm Free Conservation Lecture
Free Conservation Lecture
Mar 11 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
“Frogs and Chytrid in Coffee, Oh My!”  by Jennifer Brown, Graduate Student, HSU Wildlife, and SPZF Grant Recipient   Detailed information coming soon.   For [...]

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