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Program Cost: starting at $85.00
An interactive SMART presentation
Most include a live animal ambassador presentation
Time for the class to ask questions
Some programs include a pre-taped video tour of some of the animals in the Zoo (matching the theme). The video is good for the entire day so classes can watch anytime during the day, either before or after the program with the Zoo Society educator.
Story & Animal Friends
Join a Zoo Society Educator for a story and a meet and greet with two of the Zoo’s Animal Ambassadors! Program duration is approximately 30-40 minutes.
Grade 1 Program
What are some of the cool characteristics of animals with fur, feathers, scales and slime? Find out in this hands-on exploration of animal life. Program duration 45 minutes to 1 hour. Program includes a video tour that can be viewed anytime during the day of the booking.
Meet the Creature
What are some of the cool characteristics of animals with fur, feathers, scales, and slime? Program Time is 45 minutes to an hour. This program includes a video tour that can be viewed anytime during the day of the program booking.
Habitats and Adaptations
This program looks at how animals use their special adaptations in order to survive in a variety of habitats. Program Time is between 1 and 1.25 hours. This program includes a video tour that can be viewed anytime during the day of the program booking.
Owl and Owl Pellet Program
This program does not include animal ambassador time. This program looks at the ecology of owls in Saskatchewan. Unlike other birds of prey, owls cannot digest their prey’s bones. What’s left behind instead is known as an owl pellet. Scientists use these pellets to study the biodiversity of the owl’s habitat. Total program time is 45 minutes. Owl pellets are available for purchase to dissect in your classroom at a cost of $3.50/pellet. Owl pellets need to be ordered prior to the program by calling us at 306-975-3395.
In this program we look at the history of how scientists group living creatures and learn the why and how behind naming of a species. Classes will get to interact with a few of our animal ambassadors in this program. Program Time is between 1 and 1.25 hours.
Species at Risk
This program discusses the importance of a healthy environment and human health while discovering why Saskatchewan has so many species at risk. This program focuses on Indigenous viewpoints of the land and species, and on what can be done to support the health of the land. Program Time is between 1 and 1.25 hours. This program includes a video tour that can be viewed anytime during the day of the program booking.
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