Conservation Member Exclusives

Conservation Member Tours

Guided tours of the Bronx Zoo for Conservation Supporter, Fellow, Partner, and Patron Members

Explore the zoo with knowledgeable Expedition Leaders! These fun and fact-filled walking tours last approximately 1.5 hours and are led by our WCS Friends of the Zoo docents.

Online pre-registration for the Conservation Member Tours is required.


2018 Tour Schedule

All tours meet at 10:30am at the Rhino statues outside Zoo Center

DateTour Theme
Sunday, June 24Wildlife Explorers
Saturday, July 7Wild Tales
Sunday, July 22Trivia Trek
Saturday, August 4Wildlife Explorers
Sunday, August 26Wild Tales
Saturday, September 8Trivia Trek

About the Tours

Wildlife Explorers Tour

Look out! This zoo tour highlights some of the strategies and tools used by WCS researchers in the field. With knowledgeable docents to guide the way, we'll test your observation skills with our own Bronx Zoo wildlife.

Wild Tales Tour

Expedition Leaders have a lot of stories to share. Join them for an exhibits tour that features some of the great work being done by WCS to save wildlife and wild places around the globe.

Trivia Trek Tour

Sharpen your animal knowledge with our Expedition Leaders on this fact-filled exploration through award-winning Bronx Zoo exhibits.


Questions?

Please contact WCS Membership at membership@wcs.org or (718)220-5112

Not a Conservation Member?

You can join or renew your Membership now, at any Conservation level and your upgraded benefits will start right away – so you can join the tours! You'll have a full 12 months, plus the remaining time on your existing Membership, to enjoy your new Conservation-level benefits.

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