Seneca Park Zoo, Rochester
Seneca Park Zoo Fall-Winter
Learn all about what animals eat, how they find those favorite foods and how biodiversity and conservation help to maintain balance in the food chain. Campers will spend the week playing games, making crafts and even preparing food for some of the animals at the Zoo. They’ll also meet several animal ambassadors in the classroom to learn about adaptations that help these animals to find the food they need to stay strong and healthy!
What's on the Menu?
March 28 through April 1, 2016
Monday, March 28: Carnivore Crazy
Meet a few friendly meat eaters and learn what it takes to be a hunter.
Tuesday, March 29: Plenty of Plant Eaters
Meet a few exciting herbivores, and learn how they find their food in some of the most extreme places.
Wednesday, March 30: Love the Bugs
Do you like bugs on your pizza? No way! But there are a few animals out there that think a meal of insects would be delicious.
Thursday, March 31: Recycling Roundup
Meet a few animals that act as nature’s recyclers; they might even teach us a thing or two about recycling!
Friday, April 1: Awesome Omnivores
These animals eat both meat and plants, just like many people do.
When: 9 a.m. to noon or 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
For whom: Kindergarten through third grade (ages 5-9)
Member Cost: $110 for half day; $190 for full day
Non-Member Cost: $130 for half day; $210 for full day
Pre-registration is required.
To register, contact us at (585) 336-7213 or email@example.com or register here: senecaparkzoo.org/page/spring-break-camp