PORTLAND, Ore. – The Oregon Zoo is providing free admission to all guests on Saturday, Feb. three.
The free group day celebrates World Wetlands Day, officers stated. Guests will in a position to participate in actions that spotlight animals who depend upon wetlands, reminiscent of river otters, crocodiles and flamingos.
“There’s one thing irresistibly mysterious about wetlands,” stated Dr. Don Moore, zoo director. “And it’s superb to find out how necessary they are surely. We’ve a full day of actions scheduled on Saturday, and we hope everybody who comes by way of the gates is impressed to assist create a greater future for wildlife.”
Right here’s a schedule of a number of the wetland-associated actions:
- 10:forty five a.m. – river otter actions in Cascade Marsh space
- eleven:30 a.m. – crocodile feeding in Africa Rainforest space
- 12:30 p.m. – flamingo keeper speak in Africa Rainforest space
- 1:forty five p.m. – beaver keeper speak in Cascade Marsh space
- 2:30 p.m. – duck speak in Cascade Marsh space
Zoo officers advise guests to take the MAX if attainable. They are saying free days are sometimes busy and parking is restricted.
The zoo opens at 9:30 a.m. and closes at four p.m. Saturday.
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