Lined Seahorse

Lined Seahorse

Seahorses are a mix of many different parts and abilities of other animals. They have the head of a horse, the snout of an aardvark, spines like a puffer fish, a pouch of a kangaroo, eyes like a lizard, the tail of a monkey and the ability to change colors like a chameleon.

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Adult Programs

Twilight at the Zoo


Join us for these unique opportunities for adults ages 21 and over to learn about the zoo and the animals under our care.

Please let us know if a member of your party has special needs or mobility concerns when registering.

Pre-registration is required. These opportunities will fill up fast!

Twilight at the Zoo: Lion Behind the Scenes Exclusive
Thursday, November 16, 6:30 - 8 p.m.

$55.00/member; $65.00/non-member

Join us for an exclusive after-hours experience at the zoo focusing on our majestic African lions. The evening will begin with a brief discussion of lion conservation led by senior animal care staff and zoo educators. Guests will then have the once-in-a-lifetime chance to go behind the secnes at the lion exhibit and learn all about the care of these big cats from the staff who work with them firsthand. Cash bar and light refreshments will be available.

This event is SOLD OUT.  Please email kcoons@rosamondgiffordzoo.org to be placed on a waitlist.

 

Cancellation Policy:

If you are enrolled and you must cancel for any reason, your registration fee is nonrefundable unless a patron on the waiting list can fill the space. In the event the cancelled slot is filled, a 25% processing fee will be deducted from your refund. If there is no waiting list for the program you are cancelling, no refund will be issued.

Wait List:

We often add programs based on the length of the wait list. If the program you are interested in is full, please call (315) 435-8511 x357 with the program name and the number of tickets you require. If a space becomes avaliable or we open another program, we will contact you.

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