San Diego Zoo
San Diego Zoo consists of 100 acresof rare and endangered animals representing more than 650 species and subspecies and a botanical garden with more than 500,000 plants. It is located in Balboa Park. The zoo, the Safari Park and the San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research are operated by San Diego Zoo Global, a non-profit organization that aims to save species around the world by bringing together animal care experts, animal conservationists, and animal lovers with a passion for nature.It is the largest zoological membership association in the world, with more than 250,000 member households and 130,000 child members.
Sunrise Surprise Strolls
Select Mornings in February, March and April
Walk the grounds with experienced zoo educators as they share the latest updates on the zoo’s animal collection before the zoo opens for the day. Each month is different. The 90-minute walking tour through natural hills and valleys includes breakfast muffins and coffee.
Select Nights in February, March and April
Enjoy animal-themed fun for youngsters. Each month offers a different animal adventure. Upcoming themes include “The Better to Hear with” in February and “The Better to Jump with” in March. All sessions include a snack and an animal interaction.
Kids’ Wild Night Out
February 3, March 3 and April 7
Children are in for a wild night out with Dr. Zoolittle and animal friends, where they can meet amazing animals, create cool crafts and play games. A snack and souvenir gift are included. Children should eat dinner before they arrive, wear comfortable walking shoes and bring a jacket for outdoor activities.
San Diego Zoo is located at 2920 Zoo Drive, Diego.For information call (619) 231-1515 or visit www.sandiegozoo.org.