One of the biggest summer events of the year is coming to Eureka – and YOU can help make it even better!
The fourth annual Get out and Play Day is July 29, 2017.
What is “Get Out and Play Day?”
It’s just the most fun ever! Thousands and thousands of folks come out in Eureka to take part in this FREE event that celebrates having fun in our wonderful Victorian burg. Last year, about 8,000 people came out to play at all sorts of events, including: Continue reading Help Make Get Out and Play Day 2017 Even Better!
It’s a park clean up for kids by kids!
The kids of Sequoia Park Zoo’s “Outside the box” after school program planned a park cleanup for the community. All supplies will be provided.
Bring your family and help beautify Sequoia Park.
Continue reading Sequoia Park Cleanup for Kids on April 12
Sequoia Park Zoo and Foundation is excited to announce the annual Party for the Planet, taking place on Saturday 22, 2017
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Two Spring break camps are coming to the Sequoia Park Zoo beginning April 17.
Class dates are Monday, April 17TH – Friday, April 21ST $85.00 per class
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Does your 11-15 year old love animals?
Does a future career working with animals interest them? Good news!
Our YAK (Youth Assistant Keeper) program offers kids the chance to experience what it means to be zookeeper. From cleaning and feeding, to providing animal enrichment, assisting in veterinary care, giving keeper talks, and animal training – our YAK kids will get first hand experience zookeepers, and have fun at the same time! Continue reading Zoo Training Kids to Work with Animals
Celebrate Halloween at Sequoia Park Zoo’ spook-tacular event, Boo at the Zoo
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There will be a second free conservation lectures at the Sequoia Park Zoo in October.
FREE Conservation Lecture: Elephants in Tanzania – Friday, October 21
In In their presentation, Elephants – Winning the War on Ivory, Krissie Clark & Wayne Lotter of PAMS Foundation will discuss how an intelligent multiagency approach is the way to win the War on Ivory in Tanzania. This project is supported by Sequoia Park Zoo’s Quarters for Conservation fundraising efforts. PAMS Foundation has revolutionized conventional anti-poaching tactics and notched up remarkable achievements. Using an innovative intelligence-based multi-agency approach, which includes field experts, rangers on the ground, aerial surveillance, prosecutors, investigators, and community support, Tanzania has arrested many of the biggest ivory traders. Attendees will learn how these efforts have reduced Tanzania’s nearly 10,000 elephants killed a year by more than one third.
The Lecture will be held in the Zoo’s Flamingo Room with a reception and conservation crafts sale starting at 6:30. The Lecture will start at 7pm. This is a FREE event!
Visit this page at Sequoia Park Zoo’s website for more information about the lecture and the speaker.