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Summer Camp 2020

COVID-19 Concerns: We are still planning on hosting summer camps with modifications. Please dont hesitate to give us a call at 405-425-0218 with any questions you may have!

ENROLLMENT STARTS HERE...

Important information regarding enrollment - this year we are using a new registration system! To help you build your cart and enroll faster please follow the below steps:

  • Find the first camp you'd like to enroll in. If this is the only camp you'd like to enroll in, click on the date and finish enrollment. 

  • If you want to add additional camps to your cart, you can click on multiple dates which will open new tabs. Your newest tab should show all selected dates.

  • Once all your camps are added, go to the newest opened tab and continue with registration and payment.

  • To receive your member discount, login when on the check out page using the "my membership" button on the top right of your screen. Once you log in, your membership discount will be applied automatically.

HELPFUL HINT: If using a mobile device, to receive your membership discount, click on the menu button on the top left of your screen. Then click on the "my membership" option to log in.

Looking for August day camps? Click HERE!

If you have any issues with enrolling, please give us a call at 405-425-0218 or email at education@okczoo.org. 

Summer Camps By Age

4-5 Years Half Day

WEEK ONE: ANIMAL HELPERS 

Whether it’s treating a snake with a sniffle or helping an injured bird, taking care of animals is a BIG job! Learn what you can do to help animals, meet animals up close, perform mock surgeries, and meet real animal helpers!


WEEK FOUR: OOEY GOOEY ZOO

                Mucus, vomit, and poo… so many icky, fascinating things at the Zoo! Find out how being “gross” keeps animals healthy as we explore the science and reason behind nature’s no-so-proper side. Campers will get the scoop on poop as they make edible cookies that look like poo and play “guess that scat!”


WEEK FIVE: ZOO'S CLUES (SOLD OUT)

                I spy with my little eye… animals that are hard to find! Put your detective skills to the test as we look for clues, follow tracks, and spy on animals. Your budding detective will investigate mock animal crime scenes, analyze fingerprints under a magnifying glass, and measure animal tracks.


WEEK SIX: HERPETOLOGY HELPERS (SOLD OUT)

                Sometimes reptiles and amphibians get a bad rap. Scoot, slither, and slink on over as we meet these cold-blooded critters up close, meet the Zoo’s herptile experts, and learn more about what you can do to help reptiles and amphibians in the wild.


WEEK SEVEN: BELOW THE SURFACE

               Whether they’re digging through tunnels or flying into caves, some animals find safety below the surface. Don’t be afraid to get your hands dirty as we play with mud, make a worm farm, and explore tunnels.


WEEK EIGHT: BEAR'S BEST FRIEND 

                Do you want to be Bear’s friend? Join us as we meet the lovable animal characters from the Bear Snores On book series by Karma Wilson. Prepare tasty bear treats, make a cozy bear den, and put on a show as you re-create these bear-y special stories.


WEEK NINE: ANIMAL MINIONS

                Follow the leader to the Zoo! These real animal minions have important jobs to do! Perform experiments to watch ants in action and see what foods they prefer, look for ant lion traps, communicate with fellow “bees” through dance, and learn about different jobs that are essential for colonies to survive.


WEEK TEN: ANIMALS OF PRIDE ROCK

                Bring out your inner lion and join our pride as we learn about the circle of life, what it takes to be king of the savannah, and see real African animals! Learn Swahili, make your own inspirational pride rock, and see how well you can sneak up on fellow campers without being detected.

4-5 Years Full Day

WEEK ONE: ANIMAL HELPERS 

                Whether it’s treating a snake with a sniffle or helping an injured bird, taking care of animals is a BIG job! Learn what you can do to help animals, meet animals up close, perform mock surgeries, and meet real animal helpers!


WEEK TWO: ANIMAL ATHLETES 

                Let the games begin! Join us in discovering which animals should win medals for their amazing athletic skills while putting your skills to the test to match them. See if you can make the fastest flier, jump as far as a kangaroo, and root for your favorite roly-poly to win the race.


WEEK THREE: WILDLIFE RANGERS

                Take nothing but memories and leave nothing but footprints on this great outdoor adventure! Explore trails, make nature crafts, play outside, meet naturalists, and learn more about our wild world.


WEEK FOUR: OOOEY GOOEY ZOO (SOLD OUT)

                Mucus, vomit, and poo… so many icky, fascinating things at the Zoo! Find out how being “gross” keeps animals healthy as we explore the science and reason behind nature’s no-so-proper side. Campers will get the scoop on poop as they make edible cookies that look like poo and play “guess that scat!”


WEEK FIVE: ZOO' CLUES

                I spy with my little eye… animals that are hard to find! Put your detective skills to the test as we look for clues, follow tracks, and spy on animals. Your budding detective will investigate mock animal crime scenes, analyze fingerprints under a magnifying glass, and measure animal tracks.


WEEK SIX: HERPETOLOGY HELPERS

                Sometimes reptiles and amphibians get a bad rap. Scoot, slither, and slink on over as we meet these cold-blooded critters up close, meet the Zoo’s herptile experts, and learn more about what you can do to help reptiles and amphibians in the wild.


WEEK SEVEN: BELOW THE SURFACE

Whether they’re digging through tunnels or flying into caves, some animals find safety below the surface. Don’t be afraid to get your hands dirty as we play with mud, make a worm farm, and explore tunnels.


WEEK EIGHT: BEAR'S BEST FRIEND (SOLD OUT)

                Do you want to be Bear’s friend? Join us as we meet the lovable animal characters from the Bear Snores On book series by Karma Wilson. Prepare tasty bear treats, make a cozy bear den, and put on a show as you re-create these bear-y special stories.


WEEK NINE: ANIMAL MINIONS

                Follow the leader to the Zoo! These real animal minions have important jobs to do! Perform experiments to watch ants in action and see what foods they prefer, look for ant lion traps, communicate with fellow “bees” through dance, and learn about different jobs that are essential for colonies to survive.


WEEK TEN: ANIMALS OF PRIDE ROCK

                Bring out your inner lion and join our pride as we learn about the circle of life, what it takes to be king of the savannah, and see real African animals! Learn Swahili, make your own inspirational pride rock, and see how well you can sneak up on fellow campers without being detected.

6-7 Years Full Day

WEEK ONE: ANIMAL ATHLETES

Let the games begin! Join us in discovering which animals should win medals for their amazing athletic skills while putting your skills to the test to match them. See if you can make the fastest flier, jump as far as a kangaroo, and root for your favorite roly-poly to win the race.


WEEK TWO: ANIMAL HELPERS

                Whether it’s treating a snake with a sniffle or helping an injured bird, taking care of animals is a BIG job! Learn what you can do to help animals, meet animals up close, perform mock surgeries, and meet real animal helpers!


WEEK THREE: OOOEY GOOEY ZOO 

                Mucus, vomit, and poo… so many icky, fascinating things at the Zoo! Find out how being “gross” keeps animals healthy as we explore the science and reason behind nature’s no-so-proper side. Campers will get the scoop on poop as they make edible cookies that look like poo and play “guess that scat!”


WEEK FOUR: WILDLIFE RANGERS 

                Take nothing but memories and leave nothing but footprints on this great outdoor adventure! Explore trails, make nature crafts, play outside, meet naturalists, and learn more about our wild world.


WEEK FIVE: BELOW THE SURFACE

                 Whether they’re digging through tunnels or flying into caves, some animals find safety below the surface. Don’t be afraid to get your hands dirty as we play with mud, make a worm farm, and explore tunnels.


WEEK SIX: ANIMALS OF PRIDE ROCK 

                Bring out your inner lion and join our pride as we learn about the circle of life, what it takes to be king of the savannah, and see real African animals! Learn Swahili, make your own inspirational pride rock, and see how well you can sneak up on fellow campers without being detected.


WEEK SEVEN: HERPETOLOGY HELPERS 

                Sometimes reptiles and amphibians get a bad rap. Scoot, slither, and slink on over as we meet these cold-blooded critters up close, meet the Zoo’s herptile experts, and learn more about what you can do to help reptiles and amphibians in the wild.


WEEK EIGHT: ZOO'S CLUES

                I spy with my little eye… animals that are hard to find! Put your detective skills to the test as we look for clues, follow tracks, and spy on animals. Your budding detective will investigate mock animal crime scenes, analyze fingerprints under a magnifying glass, and measure animal tracks.


WEEK NINE: BEAR'S BEST FRIEND

                Do you want to be Bear’s friend? Join us as we meet the lovable animal characters from the Bear Snores On book series by Karma Wilson. Prepare tasty bear treats, make a cozy bear den, and put on a show as you re-create these bear-y special stories.


WEEK TEN: ANIMAL MINIONS 

                Follow the leader to the Zoo! These real animal minions have important jobs to do! Perform experiments to watch ants in action and see what foods they prefer, look for ant lion traps, communicate with fellow “bees” through dance, and learn about different jobs that are essential for colonies to survive.

8-11 Years Full Day

WEEK ONE: S.A.F.E. SAVING ANIMALS FROM EXTINCTION

                 Endangered means there is still time. Do you accept the challenge to save plant and animal species from extinction? Compete in the recycling relay, create a worm habitat, build your own masterpiece from trash, and make seed paper and other eco-friendly gifts as you become a wildlife hero.


WEEK TWO: ANIMAL JOKERS

                Tricksters welcome and naive beware! Explore how animals play tricks on us and each other, and how they inspired some of our funniest jokes. Meet animal jokers up close, craft your own prank, and put on a stand-up comedy show.


WEEK THREE: JUNIOR VET ACADEMY (SOLD OUT)

                Calling all future vets! Look at animals up-close, design your own vet clinic, dissect owl pellets, tour the Joan Kirkpatrick Animal Hospital, and meet our amazing Zoo vets!


WEEK FOUR: ANIMAL ATHLETES (SOLD OUT)

                Let the games begin! Join us in discovering which animals should win medals for their amazing athletic skills while putting your skills to the test to match them. See if you can make the fastest flier, take “first” place in the sloth race, and see which cricket jumps the farthest.


WEEK FIVE: WILDLIFE RANGERS

              Take nothing but memories and leave nothing but footprints on this great outdoor adventure! Explore trails, make nature crafts, bird watch, do field research, and GET OUTSIDE!


WEEK SIX: HABITAT SAFARI

                Dive in the ocean. Swing through a tree. Find out where animals like to be. Join the adventure as we create different habitats, perform experiments to understand how plants survive in extreme temperatures, and learn about the animals who call these ecosystems their home.


WEEK SEVEN: ANIMAL B-F-F'S

                Whether it’s a bird picking ticks off a rhino or a fish cleaning a shark’s teeth, nature has strange combinations of B-F-Fs. Come learn about these odd couples and make some new friends of your own—both human and animal.


WEEK EIGHT: ANIMAL TWITTER

                With a “woof-woof” here or a “tweet-tweet” there, animals have plenty to say. Decode their tail raising, trunk holding, and leg stomping to find out what they are really saying. Your budding Dr. Zoolittle will have a fun-filled week of smell relays, name that sound challenges, and vocal tag.


WEEK NINE: JUNIOR ZOOLOGIST

                Calling all junior zoologists! Explore the world of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, and invertebrates and learn what makes them unique. Meet zoo experts, study animal behavior, survey for birds, and decorate your own toad abode to take home!


WEEK TEN: HASTY HEDGEHOGS AND SUPER SIDEKICKS

                On your mark, get set, GO! Complete a series of challenges to power up and move on to the next level. Build and test your own race track, speed through an obstacle course like a fox, find buried treasure like a hedgehog, and learn about the amazing abilities of these pokey speedsters and their furry sidekicks.

12-15 Years Half Day

WEEK FOUR: FUTURE VETERNARIAN (SOLD OUT)

                Have you ever wondered what it’s like to give a lion a root canal or give a flamingo a leg brace? Learn about animals inside and out by examining specimens, x-rays, bones, skulls, and dental structures. Tour the Kirkpatrick Animal Hospital, design your own vet clinic, and meet the Zoo’s vet team!


WEEK EIGHT: MARINE BIOLOGY BOOT CAMP (SOLD OUT)

                Dive into an adventure of a lifetime as we explore the fascinating diversity of life beneath the sea and how we can protect it. Watch sea lions from an underwater perspective, participate in a hands on lab with preserved specimens, and meet the Zoo’s marine mammal team to learn a few tricks of the trade.


WEEK NINE: ZOO DESIGN

                Animals, signs, and buildings OH MY! Designing a zoo is a big job and requires input from a variety of professionals. Meet our graphics installation team, get a sneak peek of their work space, and take a look at their creations that make the Zoo a more appealing place. Get the inside scoop from keepers on what the animals need in their habitats and meet some of these animals up-close. See if you have what it takes to run a zoo in a simulated game where you make decisions about animals, buildings, and visitor amenities while designing your own zoo!

Summer Camps by Date

Week One: June 1st-5th

4-5 Half Day: Animal Helpers 

                Whether it’s treating a snake with a sniffle or helping an injured bird, taking care of animals is a BIG job! Learn what you can do to help animals, meet animals up close, perform mock surgeries, and meet real animal helpers!


4-5 Full Day: Animal Helpers 

                Whether it’s treating a snake with a sniffle or helping an injured bird, taking care of animals is a BIG job! Learn what you can do to help animals, meet animals up close, perform mock surgeries, and meet real animal helpers!


6-7 Full Day: Animal Athletes

                Let the games begin! Join us in discovering which animals should win medals for their amazing athletic skills while putting your skills to the test to match them. See if you can make the fastest flier, jump as far as a kangaroo, and root for your favorite roly-poly to win the race.


8-11 Full Day: S.A.F.E. Saving Animals from Extinction

                Endangered means there is still time. Do you accept the challenge to save plant and animal species from extinction? Compete in the recycling relay, create a worm habitat, build your own masterpiece from trash, and make seed paper and other eco-friendly gifts as you become a wildlife hero.

Week Two: June 8th-12th

4-5 Full Day: Animal Athletes 

                Let the games begin! Join us in discovering which animals should win medals for their amazing athletic skills while putting your skills to the test to match them. See if you can make the fastest flier, jump as far as a kangaroo, and root for your favorite roly-poly to win the race.


6-7 Full Day: Animal Helpers 

                Whether it’s treating a snake with a sniffle or helping an injured bird, taking care of animals is a BIG job! Learn what you can do to help animals, meet animals up close, perform mock surgeries, and meet real animal helpers!


8-11 Full Day: Animal Jokers

Tricksters welcome and naive beware! Explore how animals play tricks on us and each other, and how they inspired some of our funniest jokes. Meet animal jokers upclose, craft your own prank, and put on a stand-up comedy show.

Week Three: June 15th-19th

4-5 Full Day: Wildlife Rangers

Take nothing but memories and leave nothing but footprints on this great outdoor adventure! Explore trails, make nature crafts, play outside, meet naturalists, and learn more about our wild world.


6-7 Full Day: Ooey Gooey Zoo 

                Mucus, vomit, and poo… so many icky, fascinating things at the Zoo! Find out how being “gross” keeps animals healthy as we explore the science and reason behind nature’s no-so-proper side. Campers will get the scoop on poop as they make edible cookies that look like poo and play “guess that scat!”


8-11 Full Day: Junior Vet Academy (SOLD OUT)

                Calling all future vets! Look at animals up-close, design your own vet clinic, dissect owl pellets, tour the Joan Kirkpatrick Animal Hospital, and meet our amazing Zoo vets!

Week Four: June 22nd-26th

4-5 Half Day: Ooey Gooey Zoo

                Mucus, vomit, and poo… so many icky, fascinating things at the Zoo! Find out how being “gross” keeps animals healthy as we explore the science and reason behind nature’s no-so-proper side. Campers will get the scoop on poop as they make edible cookies that look like poo and play “guess that scat!”


4-5 Full Day: Ooey Gooey Zoo (SOLD OUT)

                Mucus, vomit, and poo… so many icky, fascinating things at the Zoo! Find out how being “gross” keeps animals healthy as we explore the science and reason behind nature’s no-so-proper side. Campers will get the scoop on poop as they make edible cookies that look like poo and play “guess that scat!”


6-7 Full Day: Wildlife Rangers 

Take nothing but memories and leave nothing but footprints on this great outdoor adventure! Explore trails, make nature crafts, play outside, meet naturalists, and learn more about our wild world.


8-11 Full Day: Animal Athletes (SOLD OUT)

                 Let the games begin! Join us in discovering which animals should win medals for their amazing athletic skills while putting your skills to the test to match them. See if you can make the fastest flier, take “first” place in the sloth race, and see which cricket jumps the farthest.


12-15 Half Day: Future Veterinarian (SOLD OUT)

                Have you ever wondered what it’s like to give a lion a root canal or give a flamingo a leg brace? Learn about animals inside and out by examining specimens, x-rays, bones, skulls, and dental structures. Tour the Kirkpatrick Animal Hospital, design your own vet clinic, and meet the Zoo’s vet team!

Week Five: June 29th-July 3rd

4-5 Half Day: Zoo’s Clues (SOLD OUT)

                I spy with my little eye… animals that are hard to find! Put your detective skills to the test as we look for clues, follow tracks, and spy on animals. Your budding detective will investigate mock animal crime scenes, analyze fingerprints under a magnifying glass, and measure animal tracks.


4-5 Full Day: Zoo’s Clues

                I spy with my little eye… animals that are hard to find! Put your detective skills to the test as we look for clues, follow tracks, and spy on animals. Your budding detective will investigate mock animal crime scenes, analyze fingerprints under a magnifying glass, and measure animal tracks.


6-7 Full Day: Below the Surface

                Whether they’re digging through tunnels or flying into caves, some animals find safety below the surface. Don’t be afraid to get your hands dirty as we play with mud, make a worm farm, and explore tunnels.


8-11 Full Day: Wildlife Rangers

Take nothing but memories and leave nothing but footprints on this great outdoor adventure! Explore trails, make nature crafts, bird watch, do field research, and GET OUTSIDE!

Week Six: July 6th-10th

4-5 Half Day: Herpetology Helpers (SOLD OUT)

                Sometimes reptiles and amphibians get a bad rap. Scoot, slither, and slink on over as we meet these cold-blooded critters up close, meet the Zoo’s herptile experts, and learn more about what you can do to help reptiles and amphibians in the wild.


4-5 Full Day: Herpetology Helpers

                Sometimes reptiles and amphibians get a bad rap. Scoot, slither, and slink on over as we meet these cold-blooded critters up close, meet the Zoo’s herptile experts, and learn more about what you can do to help reptiles and amphibians in the wild.


6-7 Full Day: Animals of Pride Rock 

Bring out your inner lion and join our pride as we learn about the circle of life, what it takes to be king of the savannah, and see real African animals! Learn Swahili, make your own inspirational pride rock, and see how well you can sneak up on fellow campers without being detected.


8-11 Full Day: Habitat Safari

                Dive in the ocean. Swing through a tree. Find out where animals like to be. Join the adventure as we create different habitats, perform experiments to understand how plants survive in extreme temperatures, and learn about the animals who call these ecosystems their home.

Week Seven: July 13th-17th

4-5 Half Day: Below the Surface

                Whether they’re digging through tunnels or flying into caves, some animals find safety below the surface. Don’t be afraid to get your hands dirty as we play with mud, make a worm farm, and explore tunnels.


4-5 Full Day: Below the Surface

                Whether they’re digging through tunnels or flying into caves, some animals find safety below the surface. Don’t be afraid to get your hands dirty as we play with mud, make a worm farm, and explore tunnels.


6-7 Full Day: Herpetology Helpers 

                Sometimes reptiles and amphibians get a bad rap. Scoot, slither, and slink on over as we meet these cold-blooded critters up close, meet the Zoo’s herptile experts, and learn more about what you can do to help reptiles and amphibians in the wild.


8-11 Full Day: Animal B-F-F’s

Whether it’s a bird picking ticks off a rhino or a fish cleaning a shark’s teeth, nature has strange combinations of B-F-Fs. Come learn about these odd couples and make some new friends of your own—both human and animal.

Week Eight: July 20th-24th

4-5 Half Day: Bears Best Friend

                Do you want to be Bear’s friend? Join us as we meet the lovable animal characters from the Bear Snores On book series by Karma Wilson. Prepare tasty bear treats, make a cozy bear den, and put on a show as you re-create these bear-y special stories.


4-5 Full Day: Bears Best Friend (SOLD OUT)

                Do you want to be Bear’s friend? Join us as we meet the lovable animal characters from the Bear Snores On book series by Karma Wilson. Prepare tasty bear treats, make a cozy bear den, and put on a show as you re-create these bear-y special stories.       


6-7 Full Day: Zoo’s Clues

                I spy with my little eye… animals that are hard to find! Put your detective skills to the test as we look for clues, follow tracks, and spy on animals. Your budding detective will investigate mock animal crime scenes, analyze fingerprints under a magnifying glass, and measure animal tracks.


8-11 Full Day: Animal Twitter

                With a “woof-woof” here or a “tweet-tweet” there, animals have plenty to say. Decode their tail raising, trunk holding, and leg stomping to find out what they are really saying. Your budding Dr. Zoolittle will have a fun-filled week of smell relays, name that sound challenges, and vocal tag.


12-15 Half Day: Marine Biology Boot Camp (SOLD OUT)

Dive into an adventure of a lifetime as we explore the fascinating diversity of life beneath the sea and how we can protect it. Watch sea lions from an underwater perspective, participate in a hands on lab with preserved specimens, and meet the Zoo’s marine mammal team to learn a few tricks of the trade.

Week Nine: July 27th-31st

4-5 Half Day: Animal Minions

A Follow the leader to the Zoo! These real animal minions have important jobs to do! Perform experiments to watch ants in action and see what foods they prefer, look for ant lion traps, communicate with fellow “bees” through dance, and learn about different jobs that are essential for colonies to survive.


4-5 Full Day: Animal Minions

A Follow the leader to the Zoo! These real animal minions have important jobs to do! Perform experiments to watch ants in action and see what foods they prefer, look for ant lion traps, communicate with fellow “bees” through dance, and learn about different jobs that are essential for colonies to survive.


6-7 Full Day: Bears Best Friend

 Do you want to be Bear’s friend? Join us as we meet the lovable animal characters from the Bear Snores On book series by Karma Wilson. Prepare tasty bear treats, make a cozy bear den, and put on a show as you re-create these bear-y special stories.


8-11 Full Day: Junior Zoologist

                Calling all junior zoologists! Explore the world of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, and invertebrates and learn what makes them unique. Meet zoo experts, study animal behavior, survey for birds, and decorate your own toad abode to take home!


12-15 Half Day: Zoo Design

                Animals, signs, and buildings OH MY! Designing a zoo is a big job and requires input from a variety of professionals. Meet our graphics installation team, get a sneak peek of their work space, and take a look at their creations that make the Zoo a more appealing place. Get the inside scoop from keepers on what the animals need in their habitats and meet some of these animals up-close. See if you have what it takes to run a zoo in a simulated game where you make decisions about animals, buildings, and visitor amenities while designing your own zoo!

Week Ten: August 3rd-7th

4-5 Half Day: Animals of Pride Rock

                Bring out your inner lion and join our pride as we learn about the circle of life, what it takes to be king of the savannah, and see real African animals! Learn Swahili, make your own inspirational pride rock, and see how well you can sneak up on fellow campers without being detected.


4-5 Full Day: Animals of Pride Rock

                Bring out your inner lion and join our pride as we learn about the circle of life, what it takes to be king of the savannah, and see real African animals! Learn Swahili, make your own inspirational pride rock, and see how well you can sneak up on fellow campers without being detected.


6-7 Full Day: Animal Minions 

A Follow the leader to the Zoo! These real animal minions have important jobs to do! Perform experiments to watch ants in action and see what foods they prefer, look for ant lion traps, communicate with fellow “bees” through dance, and learn about different jobs that are essential for colonies to survive.


8-11 Full Day: Hasty Hedgehogs and Super Sidekicks

On your mark, get set, GO! Complete a series of challenges to power up and move on to the next level. Build and test your own race track, speed through an obstacle course like a fox, find buried treasure like a hedgehog, and learn about the amazing abilities of these pokey speedsters and their furry sidekicks

Camp Parent Resources

Click here to fill out camper paperwork! All paperwork is online and must be submitted before your child attends camp. Please note that this paperwork does not mean you are enrolled in a camp! You must use the individual links for each camp to enroll. 

If you need help enrolling, or have general questions please call 405-425-0218. 


Cancellation and Refund Policy

1. To cancel your childs enrollment or request a refund, please call 405-425-0218 or email speck@okczoo.org. 
2. No refunds for cancellations made less than 7 days prior to program start date.
3. Classes are transferable to children in the same age group; however a 20% service charge will apply for any changes in the original registration.
4. The Zoo reserves the right to cancel classes if registration is below required minimum.
5. Programs are held "rain or shine" unless the zoo is closed due to severe weather conditions.

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