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Ever wonder why the coyote has a cereal box in her enclosure or why the keepers hang paper grocery bags with the bobcats? It's not trash but rather what zoo keepers call "enrichment" and it helps stimulate and engage the senses of CuriOdyssey's resident animals. Puzzle boxes for the ravens, twisty containers for the raccoons, and scent bags for the bobcats are all items that look like trash to us, but are treasures to the animals.
- Event Category Nature Programs , Classes and Workshops, Science and Nature Museums
- Event Cost More than $20
|Member $20/child, Non-Member $25/child All workshops require pre-registration.|
- Event Ages 6-9, 9-12
1651 Coyote Point Drive