Honduran Milk Snake

Honduran Milk Snake

The milk snake’s name originates from the incorrect belief that they drank milk from the udders of cows because they were often seen in barns and stables. In reality, they were hunting rodents, commonly found in those structures.

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Party for the Planet

Saturday, April 20, 2013
10:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
rain or shine!


Join the zoo in celebrating Earth Day 2013!  Learn about the zoo's efforts to protect wildlife and the environment and see how you and your family can make a difference, too!  Enjoy endangered animal demonstrations and keeper talks, tours of our "green" building, puppet shows and "green" booths and exhibitors.

Free for members and with paid zoo admission.

Note: Schedule subject to change

Schedule of Activities:

Time Description Location
10:30 Up Close & Personal: Raptor
Lower lobby
11:00 "Species at Risk" talk:
Panamanian golden frogs
Panamanian golden frog exhibit
11:15 Puppet Show Alcove across from Jungle Cafe
11:30 Penguin feeding Penguin exhibit
1:15 Puppet Show Alcove across from Jungle Cafe
1:30 Up Close & Personal: Eastern Box Turtles
Entrance to the Cave
2:00 "Species at Risk" talk:
Golden lion tamarin
Gold lion tamarin exhibit
2:45 "Species at Risk" talk:
Snow leopard & Red panda
Snow leopard exhibit
3:30 Up Close & Personal: Amazon parrot
Lower lobby


Save the Rain tours with the Onondaga Earth Corps available by request.
Please inquire at the Save the Rain station.