“Kids Free” Presented by Mission Fed Underway at San Diego Zoo and San Diego Zoo Safari Park

Posted at 11:20 pm October 1, 2013 by PR
OCT. 1, 2013
                 PUBLIC RELATIONS

“Kids Free” Presented by Mission Fed Underway at
San Diego Zoo and San Diego Zoo Safari Park

October Offers Children Ages 11 and Younger Free Admission to Zoo, Safari Park

     Nindiri, a six-year-old female jaguar at the San Diego Zoo, savors a delectable treat in the form of a brain-shaped bloodsicle. The icy treat for the jaguar is a special form of enrichment. Enrichment is important for the animals in the Zoo, as it keeps them stimulated and active, allowing them to show their natural behaviors.
     This type of animal enrichment, along with educational shows and kid-friendly activities, await visitors to the San Diego Zoo and San Diego Zoo Safari Park in October during Kids Free presented by Mission Fed.
     Throughout the month of October, children 11 years old and younger receive free admission to both the Zoo and Safari Park. For more information on Kids Free presented by Mission Fed, show times and activity schedules, visit www.sandiegozoo.org/kidsfree

     Photo taken on Oct. 1, 2013, by Tammy Spratt, San Diego Zoo


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