July 25 - July 26
Pounce over to the Zoo for this celebration that is purrfect for the entire family. Make a cat-like connection with our resident tigers and watch them enjoy special treats and toys designed by their keepers. Discover some feline fun at activity stations and learn about cat conservation projects.
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Meet the tiger triplets! Kirana, Dari, and Indah are rare Sumatran tigers born October 8, 2014. They are growing up fast! See them on exhibit with their mother, Jaya, in the Asian Forest Sanctuary.
12:30 pm - See tigers smash and devour juicy watermelon treats.
3:30 pm - Tigers play with boomer balls and kegs.
12:30 pm - Tigers play with boomer balls and kegs.
3:30 pm - Watch tigers play with one of their favorite enrichments - cabbages!
- Dining Out: Test your tiger knowledge and guess how much a tiger eats in one sitting.
- Tiger Dating: Who goes with whom? Learn how the Species Survival Plan manages Sumatran tigers across the country.
- Matching Cat Fur: Gain a better appreciation of the variety of cat species that exist, including tigers!
- Relay Race: Race against time or your opponent in a conservation relay race to learn how you can help save tigers.
- Who's Who: Act like a zookeeper and see if you have what it takes to tell our tigers apart.
Paws for the Cause: Did you know that palm oil is a form of vegetable oil that you likely eat or use every day? Most commercial palm oil is produced in Southeast Asia, the home of many wild cats and other species. Some companies farm palm oil in ways that are deforestation- free. Learn how you can help protect wild cats by urging companies to harvest palm oil in a responsible way. Learn more about responsible palm oil.
FREE with paid admission or membership. Skip the lines and enjoy a discount on general admission by purchasing online!