9th Grade through 12th Grade
9th-12th Grade choose from:
Water is essential to all living things, but how does water quality impact the local biodiversity? We'll discover the answer through water quality testing and data collection in this hands-on, small group citizen science program
*This program is conducted outdoors (weather permitting). Maximum: 20 students.
SC.912.L.15.9 & SC.912.L.17.12 & LAFS.K12.L.1.1 & LAFS.K12.SL.1.3
Why do certain species become extinct? How can we save them? Learn how animals become threatened or endangered and what can you do to help protect them?
SC.912.L.15.15 & SC.912.L.17.16 & SC.912.L.17.20
What do zoos do? Why do they exist? What does AZA mean? Explore the world of exotic animal management from diets, to enrichment, all the way from the Zoo's front gate to the many conservation efforts that extend beyond our borders.
You don't have to be a Zookeeper to work with animals. This program introduces teens to the many careers involving animals outside of the Zoo.