Zoo Animal Drop-In
STATEN ISLAND ZOO
Spice up your next virtual meet-up with a visit from one of the Staten Island Zoo animals! A Zoo educator will “crash” your meeting with an animal, tell you all about the animal, and answer any questions your group may have. Animals available for drop-ins include a sloth, armadillo, porcupine, snakes, parrot, crow, turtles, lizards, rabbits, and chinchillas.
Cost: $50 donation
Duration: 15 minutes
Group Size: Any
What's Included: Zoo-educator + animal drop-in
Good to Know: Your $50 donation goes directly towards care for the Zoo's animals. Drop-ins are available from 9am-4pm EST.
Our team was lucky enough to meet Duncan the sloth on International Sloth Day! I would absolutely recommend the zoo drop in as a team morale booster for any meeting. We all left smiling and I received nothing but positive feedback." - Erin (Seattle, WA)
Dedicated to its founding mission in 1936 as an educational institution, the Staten Island Zoological Society remains at the forefront of weaving effective education programs into its cultural role as a place of adventure, discovery and fun for all age groups. As New York’s “Biggest Little Zoo”, the Staten Island Zoo showcases more than 1,200 animals nestled in a beautiful 8-acre park, reflecting more than 350 species of animals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish and invertebrates from six of the world’s seven continents. As an AZA accredited member, the Zoo remains a leader in wildlife conservation, maintaining more than 70 endangered or threatened species and participating in breeding programs and education to highlight the plight of vanishing wildlife throughout the world.