Wolf Awareness Week at the Big Bear Alpine Zoo
Big Bear Alpine Zoo joins zoos across the United States in celebrating Wolf Awareness Week October 9-15
Big Bear, CA – Celebrate the final day of Wolf Awareness Week at Big Bear Alpine Zoo, sharpen your skills in wolf behavior interpretation or join the pack in a community howl.
Zoo keepers will be highlighting the zoo’s wolf packs on Saturday, October 15 with hourly enrichment presentations from 12 noon until 3 PM.
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During the week of October 9-15, keepers at the Big Bear Alpine Zoo will emphasize the importance of wolves to their ecosystem with daily dedicated keeper talks. On Saturday, October 15, 2016, we will place specific attention on the roles that wolves play in maintaining this delicate balance through keeper talks and enrichment presentations.
At the Big Bear Alpine Zoo, we educate the public about the roles that all animals play in perpetuating a healthy environment, emphasizing the greater role that humans play in protecting both species and habitat. Like a large mosaic, a healthy environment is comprised of many integral sections. In parts of the United States, wolves play a vital role in maintaining the delicate balance of their habitat.
Come and celebrate the final day of Wolf Awareness Week at the Big Bear Alpine Zoo on October 15th from 11 am to 3 pm.
For more information on the Wolf Awareness Day activities call (909) 584-1299.
Big Bear Alpine Zoo is located at 43285 Goldmine Drive in Big Bear Lake. The zoo is open every day from 10 am to 4 pm.
The Big Bear Alpine Zoo is San Bernardino County’s only zoo and also serves as a wildlife animal sanctuary, rehabilitation and education center. Founded in 1959, it is operated and owned by the Big Bear Valley Recreation and Park District.
The Big Bear Alpine Zoo is a wildlife animal sanctuary, rehabilitation and education center founded in 1959 and is operated and owned by the Big Bear Valley Recreation and Park District. The Friends of the Big Bear Alpine Zoo was formed in 1989 as a non-profit public benefit corporation whose purpose is to support the Big Bear Alpine Zoo through: (1) Educating the public regarding treatment, protection, and conservation of wildlife; (2) Recruiting and coordinating zoo volunteers; and (3) Fundraising.