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Group Volunteer Program

Community Groups and Corporate Groups can schedule days of service – a great way to build team bonds and support the community!

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 Zoo for a two-week period and utilized in your classroom setting, similarly to how one would check out a book from a library. Each Case is correlated with the Georgia Standards of Excellence, as well as … Continue reading "Cases for Conservation"

NightCrawler: Family

This program is designed for families with children ages 6+ and features interactive activities, Zoo tours, and opportunities to learn more about wildlife and wild places.

Wild Features (grade Pre-K)

Discover the wild features of different animals and understand what makes them similar to and different from one another.

Beastly Basics (grades K-1st)

K-1st grade
Explore the basic needs of plants and animals as students compare and contrast animal and plant adaptations and characteristics. 

Georgia Goes Wild (grades 3rd-4th)

3rd-4th grade
Georgia is a wild and wonderful state with a diversity of species found across the five regions.

What Vertebrate am I? (grade 5th)

5th grade
Through investigation, questioning, and observation, students will identify invertebrates and vertebrates and discover the differences between mammals, amphibians, fish, birds and reptiles.

Discovering Biomes (grades 6th-8th)

6th - 8th grade
Discover the major biomes of the world and explore the animals that call it home.

Endangered Species (grades 9th-12th)

9th - 12th grade
From tiny insects to colorful birds, exotic plants and mysterious mammals, the Earth is rich in biodiversity.

Self-Guided Field Trip: College

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