Do you dream of forests & Himalayan mountains so that you can try to spot the elusive animals? Red pandas camouflage into the moss covered trees and snow leopards are known as ghosts of the mountains because they blend in so well with their...
Have you dreamed of visiting the animals of the African savannahs and rainforests? Join us as we meet giraffes, visit chimpanzees, and a special animal ambassador from Africa!
Conservation starts with a conversation! Join us for a chat and meet three animal ambassadors. We will learn their conservation stories & how we can help.
Students learn about different feces and how it contributes to the transferofenergy and seeddispersal.
Students explore the planning, engineering, design, and problem solving that goes into creating a new animal habitat within a zoological facility.
Students build a food web/pyramid that explores the role of producers, consumers, and decomposers to illustrate the transfer of energy at various trophic levels.
Students explore human and animal movement through Zoo Yoga & a Zoo Safari. We will meet three animal ambassadors to learn how they move & explore their space.
Students participate in an activity that illustrates all the "ingredients" needed to cook up anyhabitat: air, water, food, and shelter.
Students participate in a silly activity that explores how humans and animals use the five senses. We also meet three animal ambassadors all while helping Bob gain his senses!
Do you dream of the South American rainforest so you can meet the amazing species that call this habitat home? Join us to meet jaguars, capybaras, and kinkajous!
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Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration
2075 Lookout Drive
North Mankato, MN 56003
A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
A program of the South Central Service Cooperative, an Education Service Agency with its headquarters in southern Minnesota.