Monday, August 28, 2017

Have You Visited the Wm. E. Gardner Educational & Events Center?

Learn, laugh and love the animals! Wildlife Park is dedicated to the understanding, celebration, and conservation of wildlife through the excellence in education, animal husbandry, exhibits and community relations.

These include the daily programs which are held at the amphitheater where visitors learn about the various mammals, birds, primates, and reptiles - the Primate & Reptile Center featuring North American, desert and rainforest exhibits - the Living History School House featuring artifacts with interpretive information with nineteenth century school house - and the William E. Gardner Educational and Events Center.

Wildwood Wildlife Park's educational center is filled with amazing things to do and see. You will examine the world of honeybees and witness these fascinating creatures as they perform their specialized duties which produce honey. Microscope tables are available for your use to identify and learn more about insects as well as other educational tables that include skulls, furs and artifacts.

Animal displays including tarantula, lizard, frog, gecko, scorpion and finches - visitors to the zoo and to the educational center will find opportunities to learn at every corner of the center. Our conservation corner features videos on various conservation efforts to help protect and preserve rhinos, sloths, lemurs, leopards, and tigers - all of which Wildwood Wildlife Park actively supports.