Canadian Carnivore Talk
Location: Carnivore Enclosures
Did you know that lynx prefer to hunt in the evening? Or that the wolf is the ancestor of all domestic dogs? Come learn more about one of our Canadian carnivores during this talk.
Location: Saito Centre
Looking to get closer to some of our animals? Join us to meet and learn about one of the fascinating species that lives here at the zoo!
Location: Elephant Building
Visit Lucy the elephant and get a glimpse into her life! Watch Lucy and her care team together as they demonstrate exercise, care methods and the animal enrichment that Lucy receives on a regular basis.
Location: Changes Daily
Join us at 2pm to see Lucy at one of her favourite spots around the zoo. Check for the daily location at Guest Services or at the Elephant House. Check for Lucy’s Location for the 2pm elephant walk at guest services or the elephant house.
Go Wild Activity Tent
Location: Tent in entry plaza
Come stop by the Go Wild Activity Tent for a fun new game or activity. From animal adaptation dress up, to scent guessing games, you’ll be sure to learn more about the animals here at the zoo and have some fun too.
Location: Makira Outpost
Did you know that lemurs only live in Madagascar and surrounding islands? Or that In ring tailed lemur groups, a female is the leader? Come learn more about lemurs during this talk.
Location: Saito Centre
Did you know that meerkats have a membrane that covers and protects their eyes while they dig? Come join us daily to see the meerkats fed and learn more about this amazing species.
Location: Birds of Prey
Did you know the fastest animal in the world is a peregrine falcon, or that the great horned owl is Alberta’s provincial bird? Come learn about one of the fascinating birds of prey that calls our zoo home.
Red Panda Talk
Location: Red Panda Enclosure
Did you know that red pandas aren’t closely related to Giant Pandas at all? Join us at the red pandas to learn more about these fascinating animals.
Location: Wildlife Amphitheatre
Not only are reindeer some of Santa’s magical helpers—they've also mastered the ability to survive in one of the harshest climates in the world! Join the reindeer on their daily walk and learn how these magnificent animals have adapted to living in the Arctic.
Location: Arctic Shores
Did you know that a Harbour Seal can hold its breath for up to 25 minutes? Come learn about the two types of seals we have at the zoo and watch as they are fed their favourite type of food.
Urban Farm Activity
Location: Urban Farm
Join us for a fun family friendly activity or game at the Urban Farm!
Location: Wallaby Enclosure
Did you know that wallabies are native to Australia? Come join us daily to see the wallabies fed and learn more about these amazing marsupials.