Offered year round, seven days a week. Dates and times vary, according to your scheduling needs and our availability. Each lesson is 1 hour in length.
Investigate a “crime scene” and analyze evidence to determine which animal stole the mountain animals’ winter food stash. Compare tracks and skulls to learn about the diversity of mountain wildlife.
Use scientific observation to compare the adaptations of two live animals to draw conclusions about their natural habitats. Learn the differences between physical and behavioral adaptations with a catchy rap!
Get empowered to help animals in our local community! Engage in one of Denver Zoo’s Field Conservation citizen science projects, and analyze real images from wildlife camera traps along I-70. Meet an animal impacted by the I-70 mountain corridor, and discover innovations that help people and wildlife coexist.