Fennec Fox

Fennec Fox

The fennec fox is a member of the canidae family, which includes foxes, wolves, dogs, coyotes and jackals. Weighing an average of 3.3 pounds, the fennec fox is one of the smallest canids. Despite its small size, it has very large ears, which helps it hear predators and prey.

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Catering at the Zoo


Come Trick-Or-Treat With The Animals!

Saturdays & Sundays
October 22, 23, 29 & 30, 2016
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Halloween fun in the daytime sun! The zoo will be transformed into a bustling bash with hauntingly hilarious activities for kids and families to enjoy. The "kooky not spooky" theme provides Halloween fun without the fear. Kids (and parents) - wear your costumes and bring your treat bags! Daytime hours means participants can see the entire zoo and animal collection. Held rain or shine.

Zoo Boo activities include:

  • Treat Stations
  • Creepy Crawly Encounters
  • Keeper Talks
  • Games
  • Temporary Tattoos
  • And More! -- Stay Tuned!

Zoo Boo Tickets:

Tickets give children access to trick-or-treat stations and all activities.

Members: $8 per child - zoo admission is FREE for members

  • Only members may purchase advance sale tickets
  • Tickets are not date specific and can be used on any Zoo Boo day
  • Members not trick-or-treating (adults & infants) are admitted FREE
    (Become a member now & enjoy all the benefits! Click here for info.)
  • Unable to purchase advance tickets? No problem! Tickets are available at the ticket booth on Zoo Boo days

Non-Members: $8 per child - plus zoo admission 

  • Purchase tickets at the ticket booth on any Zoo Boo day
  • In addition to the special event fee, non-members pay regular zoo admission

Please note: Zoo Boo is held rain or shine; tickets are non-refundable.

Members: Don't wait in line!
Purchase tickets by clicking the button below,
onsite at the membership desk or by calling
(315) 435-8511 x113.

Activity Schedule -- COMING SOON!

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