Conservation ZooMobile: Interactive Nature Program for Students

Conservation ZooMobile: Wildlife Conservation Program The Conservation ZooMobile is a hands-on experience that teaches learners of all ages about conservation issues and invites them to help find solutions that they can implement in their own lives. Using an interactive "learning station" approach, one of our Education Specialists and a group of our specially-trained conservation docents will bring live zoo animals and other fun and engaging interactive activities, biofacts, and even a portable rainforest to engage your participants.


There are two types of Conservation ZooMobiles - the School Station Program for schools and the
Community Assembly Program for libraries, community centers, senior centers, clubs, and more.



Program Options

School Station Program
Your class or multipurpose room will be organized into four stations, with your students rotating between each one. Stations include live animals, The Four Rs (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and Rot), HIPPO (the five main threats to the world's wildlife), and a simulated rainforest. Your students will be introduced to conservation concepts, vocabulary, and ideas for how they can help the environment around them.

For Ages: 3rd - 5th Grades
Duration: Approximately 2.5 hours (Scheduled around morning recess)
Location: Classroom, Library, or Multipurpose Room
Participants: Maximum 35 students
Cost: $250.00
Availability: Monday - Sunday
Program Start Time: Dependent on your location
Zone Fee: Additional Zone Fees may apply to your location
Animals: Participants are permitted to touch the animals if the total number of participants does not exceed 35

Community Assembly Program
The Community Assembly is an engaging, interactive program that brings current conservation issues to life. Our presenters bring live animals, biofacts, and even a video presentation that describes the needs of our planet and shows active ways we can help be good stewards of the earth. After the program, visitors are welcome to discuss what they have learned, ask questions, and view the biofacts up-close.

For Ages: Upper Elementary - Adult
Duration: 1 hour
Location: Libraries, Community Centers, Senior Centers and more
Participants: Maximum 100
Cost: $180.00
Availability: Monday - Sunday
Program Start Time: Dependent on your location
Zone Fee: Additional Zone Fees may apply to your location
Animals: Participants are permitted to touch the animals if the total number of participants does not exceed 35. Children 3 years and younger require an adult's assistance when touching the animals.



Reservation Information


When to Book
Our programs are very popular, so we recommend you submit the School Station reservation form OR the Community Assembly reservation form at least 4-6 weeks in advance of your desired booking date. Unfortunately, we cannot accommodate bookings less than 2 weeks in advance of a requested program date.

How to Book
Please fill out the Request Form above completely, and email it to our Reservations Specialist, or you may also fax us at 510-729-7324. Remember that your event cannot be booked until the completed Request Form, including all signatures, has been received.

Payments
A copy of your PO or payment in full is due at least 45 days in advance.

Changes to your Reservation Date
Your reservation date may be changed once, as long as it is requested at least 45 days prior to your originally-scheduled program. Should you need to make a change, we will gladly work with you to reschedule your date for later in the same school year, pending availability. Any previous payments will be applied to the new reservation date.

Cancellations
A full refund will be issued for cancellations made more than 45 days in advance of your program date. We are sorry, but refunds will not be given for cancellations made within 45 days of your prgram date.

For more information please call (510) 632-9525 x220 or email the Education Programs Associate.

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