Springing Forward - Conservators Center
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Springing Forward at the Conservators Center

Saturday, March 23, 2019

Spring has sprung, and we’re making some exciting new changes to our educational programming at the Center! We recently welcomed the arrival of Delilah Giant Flemish Rabbit, Simon Ball Python Snake, and a couple of other fun additions. If you’ve been to the Center before, you know that the majority of our animal collection is comprised of carnivorous mammals (plus lemurs and kinkajous), but we’re looking forward to teaching visitors about a wider variety of species and offering a more interactive experience.

On March 23rd, take some time between your standard tours to visit our education room, where a trained handler will explain the ecological importance of our new indoor animals. There will be complimentary light snacks and refreshments. And who knows, you might even get to meet one of our smaller animal ambassadors from the park!

Accessibility, Safety, and Pets

The Conservators Center's park is not wheelchair accessible; however, accessibility accommodations are available for visitors with mobility issues. Please note that we do not allow unauthorized vehicles, including scooters or motorized wheelchairs, in the park. You can find more information about disability accommodations and handicapped access in the Tour FAQ on our Plan Your Visit page. Please note that strollers are also not permitted in the park.

If you are planning to visit the Center, please take a moment to review our park information and tour waiver. If you'd like, you can also print the waiver and photography release forms to fill out and complete prior to arrival. Waivers and release forms will also be available in the gift shop for visitors to complete during the check-in process.

For safety reasons, the Conservators Center does not allow visitors to bring pets on site. Any visitor who brings an animal to the Center will be asked to leave immediately. We do not allow visitors to leave animals unattended in a vehicle at any time of year.