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Adult Volunteer Program

Volunteering at Zoo Atlanta is a great way to learn about conservation issues, get to know others who share your…

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Adventure Cubs

Join us for a program exclusively for toddlers and their favorite grownups!

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Aldabra Giant Tortoise Keeper Talk

Learn more about Aldabra Giant Tortoises from some of our animal care professionals. 

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Alpaca Talk

Learn about the Huacaya alpacas, Tuscany, Warrior and Smurf.

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Animal Encounter

Meet an ambassador animal, and learn about its importance in the ecosystem.

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Animal Exploration (grades Pre-K)

Pre-K Students will use their sense of touch to relate the tactile experience of texture to discover nature and animal…

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Animal Nutrition Kitchen Wild Walk

For an additional $6, upgrade your older explorers (3rd grade and up) and extend your tour to take a look…

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Beastly Basics (grades K-2nd)

K-2nd gradeExplore animal characteristics and learn how animals meet their basic needs and care for their young.

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Bee-cause We Need Pollinators (grade 2nd)

2nd gradeStudents will examine the sequence of life cycles and discover the important role of pollinators.

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Birds and Reptiles

Hang out all morning with the Zoo’s fine, feathered flyers! Then venture over to spend some time with our friendly…

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Bush Dog Talk

Meet South America’s only canine species…

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Cases for Conservation

Cases for Conservation are boxes filled with curriculum, biofacts and other unique Zoo-related materials that can be checked out from the…

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Cassowary Talk

Meet one of Australia’s largest birds!

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Creature Classification (grade 5th)

5th gradeStudents will explore animal adaptations and taxonomy through the sorting, gathering of information, and the development of their own…

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Creature Connections (grades 6th-8th)

6th – 8th gradeStudents will discuss the delicate balance of species in the food web by examining animal skulls and…

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Cub Scouts: Workshops

Have a wild time exploring the Zoo while working towards Badges.

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Discover Georgia (grades 3rd-4th)

3rd-4th gradeStudents will discover the similarities and differences in the regions of Georgia, the flow of energy, and roles of…

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Elephant Demonstration

Ranging from a bath, footwork, training session or simple feeding time, see how our elephant care experts take care of…

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Elephants and Carnivores

Spend the day with some of the Zoo’s most unique residents – elephants, tigers, bears and more!

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Endangered Species (grades 9th-12th)

9th – 12th gradeWhy are many animals endangered and what can students do to help prevent extinction?

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Endangered Species Carousel

The Nabisco Endangered Species Carousel takes Zoo guests for a whimsical spin upon 38 hand-carved wooden animal figures.

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Family Zoo Safari Camp

This three-hour program gives families hands-on, minds-on fun as they explore what it is like to be an animal care…

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Family Zoo Yoga

Experience a connection to animals in a new way at the Zoo through our new Zoo Yoga program.

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Fantastic Flights

An interactive wildlife presentation featuring soaring free flights and the amazing natural behaviors of raptors, owls, parrots and many more….

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Field Trip & Lecture

The Zoo now offers multiple program offerings to supplement the college curriculum at a reduced rate. College groups of 10 or…

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Field Trips: Self-guided

Explore the Zoo on your own, and use our standards-based curriculum guides and grade-specific activities.

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Flamingo Joe’s

Check out Flamingo Joe’s in Flamingo Plaza open year around for classics like frozen treats, pretzels, beverages and more!

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Flamingo Talk

Learn more on about our flock of Chilean flamingos with fun facts on their diet, behaviors and more!

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Forage Like a Kori!

Learn more about Kori bustards with this fun activity!

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GeoCaching

Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices.

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Georgia Goes Wild (grades 3rd-4th)

3rd-4th gradeStudents become immersed in the similarities and differences between mammals and reptiles from Georgia and around the world.

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Giant Otter Feeding

Learn more about otters from their animal care professionals. 

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Giant Panda

Being an animal care professional is hard work, especially in the highly specialized care of giant pandas! Back by popular…

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Girl Scouts: Workshops

Have a wild time exploring the Zoo while working towards Petals or Badges.

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Gorilla Feeding (Habitat 1)

Meet a keeper, watch the gorillas get their afternoon fruit, and learn more about their care – a perfect chance…

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Gorilla Feeding (Habitat 3)

Watch a keeper give the gorillas their afternoon fruit, and learn more about their care – a perfect chance to…

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Gorilla Research Talk

Find out about the cutting-edge work Zoo Atlanta staff is doing to learn more about gorilla behavior!

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Ground Hornbill Talk

Meet and learn from a keeper responsible for the care of some of the Zoo’s most popular birds!

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HomeSchool Academy

Join Zoo Atlanta for a morning of learning and discovery designed specifically for homeschool students! HomeSchool Academy is a unique…

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Homeschool Field Trips

Bring your homeschool students to explore Zoo Atlanta on your own at a discounted rate! Add to the educational experience…

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Internships and Externships

Internships at Zoo Atlanta are designed to provide training and professional work experience that will help you achieve your academic…

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J.O.E.Y. Volunteer Program

If your family is looking to give back to your community while spending time together, learn more about our natural…

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Journey through Georgia (grades 7– 8th)

7th-8th gradeStudents will explore Georgia’s natural wonders.

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KIDZone Playground

Play, climb, and explore our interactive KIDZone Playground!

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Komodo Dragon Keeper Talk

Learn more about Komodo dragons from some of our animal care professionals. 

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Lappet-faced Vulture Talk

Join a bird expert for facts on nature’s cleanup crew and be there for the vultures’ afternoon feeding!

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Lion Talk

Learn more about our trio of African lions with fun facts on their diet, behaviors and more!

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Meet a Hoofstock Keeper

Meet and talk to one of the team members dedicated to the care of the savanna animals.

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Naked Mole Rat Playground

Kids can tunnel the naked mole rat way with an interactive play experience designed to mimic their underground lives.

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Nature Play Club

Zoo Atlanta has partnered with the Children and Nature Network to present Nature Play Club! Join us as we explore…

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NightCrawler: Family

As the sun sets and Zoo Atlanta closes its gates for the evening, you and your family can go behind…

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Nightcrawler: Scouts

After the sun sets, Scouts can go behind-the-scenes to see what really happens at the Zoo after dark!

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NightCrawlers: School (Fall 2019)

Join us for an exciting overnight adventure to learn more about elephants, giraffes, lions, ostriches and more.

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NightCrawlers: School (Summer 2019)

Calling all night owls! Spend the night at Zoo Atlanta to embark on a nocturnal adventure you won’t soon forget!

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Nourish Café – Opening March 2019

Opening in March 2019, Nourish Café will feature a seasonal, fresh menu of salads, sandwiches, burgers and more

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Orangutan Feeding (Habitat 2)

Be there for the orangutans’ afternoon fruit feeding– a great chance to see these incredible apes in action!

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Orangutan Feeding (Habitat 1)

Be there for the orangutans’ afternoon fruit feeding– a great chance to see these incredible apes in action!

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Orangutan Research Talk

Find out about the cutting-edge work Zoo Atlanta staff is doing to learn more about orangutan behavior!

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Otterly Cool

Located in the Asian Forest, Otterly Cool is the proud home of Jake’s Ice Cream. Popcorn, soft pretzels and cotton…

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Pandamonium

Discover a variety of panda-rific gifts for panda fans of all ages. Offering a variety of toys, clothing and other…

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Petting Zoo

Make new buddies in Outback Station, featuring friendly goats and sheep!

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Professional Learning

Science Inquiry in your Class: a series of professional developments for educators Come to Zoo Atlanta and learn how you…

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Project Research (grades 9-12th)

9th-12th gradeStudents will learn the research basics through hands-on, minds-on experience and explore the research conducted by Zoo Atlanta.

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Quarters for Conservation Education Activity

Did you know that 25 cents of your Zoo ticket benefits programs for wildlife and their habitats? Learn about our…

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Reptile Feeding

Join an animal care professional to watch one of our reptiles’ regular feedings!

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Rock Wall

Climb to new heights on the rock wall!

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Safari Slide

Climb up to the top and enjoy the slide down!

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School’s Out Session

School may be out, but Camp is definitely in! Zoo Atlanta offers a fun and exciting day of learning for…

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Scout Appreciation Day

May 11Attention all Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts! Get in touch with your WILD side and join us on Migratory Bird…

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Self-Guided Field Trip: College

Book a Self-Guided Field Trip today at Zoo Atlanta’s best group rate!

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Show Birds and Animal Ambassadors

Come meet dozens of birds, reptiles and mammals! Spend the morning with our amazing program animal ambassadors.

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Small African Primate Feeding

Learn about primates from their animal care professionals. 

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Splash Fountain

Splash Fountain offers visitors an entertaining break as they cool down!

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Spring Break Session

It’s Spring Break. Go WILD! Safari Day Camp offers daily camps that bring out the animal in us all through…

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Staying Alive (grades K-1)

K-1Students will use their senses and science tools to group animals according to their features and basic needs.

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STEM Wild Walk

Take a walk with a Wild Guide and get a personalized understanding of the Zoo’s animal ambassadors and how we…

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Student Day Pass

Need an option for your class to complete projects and research, but require greater flexibility in scheduling? The Student Day Pass…

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Summer Session

Summer is here! Safari Camp offers daily camps that bring out the animal in us all through hands-on learning, nature…

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Sun Bear Feeding

Learn about these impressive carnivores from their animal care professionals. 

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The COOP Food Truck

During renovations to Wild Planet, the COOP Food Truck will offer more options such as burgers, vegetarian choices and salads.

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The Zoo Train

All aboard! Hop on for a ride on one of Zoo Atlanta’s family favorites – The Zoo Train!

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Tiger and Clouded Leopard Keeper Talk

Learn about these impressive carnivores from their animal care professionals. 

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Treehouse Talk

Watch as the spectacular birds of The Living Treehouse forage and feed!  

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Treetop Trail

Zig, zag, climb and balance as you navigate a series of rope ladders, bridges, nets and tightrope-style foot lines.

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Twilight Trek

Ever wonder what the animals are up to after the sun goes down?

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Veterinary Clinic Wild Walk

For an additional $6, upgrade your older explorers (3rd grade and up) and extend your tour to take a look…

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Volunteen Program

The Volunteen Program is designed for youth ages 14-17 and practices an experiential learning model focusing on development of leadership,…

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What Vertebrate am I? (grade 5th)

5th gradeWhat makes a mammal a mammal? Students will learn the features used to classify vertebrates and practice classification.

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Wild Burger

Custom burgers and wild fries!  

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Wild Encounter: Aldabra Tortoise

Meet the ancient giants of Aldabra Atoll. See, feed, and touch one of the world’s largest living tortoise species.

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Wild Encounter: Elephant

No creature looms larger over the savanna than the African elephant, and you’ll agree when one of ours comes over…

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Wild Encounter: Giant Panda

Meet and feed one of Zoo Atlanta’s world-famous black-and-white bears during an exclusive behind-the-scenes encounter! During this encounter, you will…

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Wild Encounter: Lemur

Meet and feed some of the amazing primates that make the island of Madagascar one of Earth’s richest and most…

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Wild Encounter: Lion

Go behind-the-scenes for an up-close-and-personal and educational experience that’s truly unforgettable with the all-NEW African lion Wild Encounter.

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Wild Features (grade Pre-K)

Pre-KWhat do we have in common with animals? More than you would imagine!

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Wild Planet Café – Under Renovation

Wild Planet Café is closed for renovations as we prepare to transform into Nourish Café, opening in March 2019.

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Wild Weather (grade 6th)

6th gradeStudents will explore how animals develop adaptations to adjust to changes in the climate, such as the ways changes…

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Wild Women

Learn about famous women in science!

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Willie B’s

Artisan style 10-inch personal pizzas, Italian salad, cheesy bread sticks and more!

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Winter Session

Come bundle up with the animals this winter break! Winter Safari Camp offers daily camps that bring out the animal…

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Wonders of Wildlife: A Presentation with Small Animals

An interactive animal experience highlighting the adaptations and behaviors of a variety of animal ambassadors, including mammals, reptiles and more.

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Zoo Atlanta Trading Company

Offers an eclectic mix of toys, games, books (including books in Spanish), puzzles, souvenirs and unique collectibles. A portion of…

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Zoo Exploration Wild Walk

Take a walk with a Wild Guide and get a personalized understanding of the Zoo’s animal ambassadors and how we…

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Zoo’s Clues

Help Detective Clue Spotter the Otter crack the case with monthly mysteries geared toward 6 to 12-year-olds.

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