Mornings at the Zoo 2017

Monthly Events for Conservation-Level Members

WCS is proud to announce the return of Mornings at the Zoo, a series of special events for WCS Members at the Conservation Supporter level and above. Join us before the zoo opens for a look at some spectacular animals and exhibits, and the opportunity to gain an insider's understanding of wildlife conservation and animal care.

Due to the popularity of this series, we wanted to announce the dates of the events as early as possible so that Members at the Conservation Supporter level and above can mark their calendars. Check this page for event updates, and look for your Mornings at the Zoo e-mail reminders a couple of weeks before each event. We look forward to seeing you at Mornings at the Zoo.

Mornings at the Zoo Events:

May

Queens Zoo
Sunday, May 14, Mother's Day
Bring your family to the Queens Zoo to take a look at some mothers in the animal kingdom.

Thank you to all that attended!


June

Bronx Zoo
Sunday, June 18, Father's Day
Join us at the Children's Zoo for a special Father's Day event.

Thank you to all that attended!


August

Bronx Zoo
Saturday, August 19
Enjoy an early morning adventure on our brand new Nature Trek experience.
Check back for registration details.


September

Central Park Zoo
Saturday, September 9
Check back for registration details.


October

Bronx Zoo
Sunday, October 8
Don't miss our annual Halloween tradition, Boo at the Zoo!
Check back for registration details.

Please check back on this page prior to events for the latest information.

Questions? Please call the Membership Department at 718-220-5112, 9am-5pm, Monday-Friday.

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