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Twlight Treks

September 21, 2013 | Tag(s): family activity
By: Brenda, Director of Education and Volunteers, Audubon Zoo
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The Audubon Zoo is a special place during the day, but it is an even more magical place after the gates close and the guests and staff leave.  An hour or so before sunset, activity among birds, animals and insects increases and continues through twilight. It’s a shame to let this activity go unnoticed so the Audubon Zoo education department  will be leading hikes, called Twilight Treks,  through the zoo this fall to give families an opportunity to learn more about this end of day experience.  Participants may see some zoo animals, learn how to use senses other than sight, and enjoy a physical activity with their loved ones and friends.

So bring your family and a picnic dinner to enjoy at our outdoor classroom before our educators lead you off on the evening adventure hike.  At the end of the hike an animal ambassador will be waiting to meet you. Your evening will close with a marshmallow roast.  What a pleasant way to spend the evening!

  This family affordable activity is the perfect prescription for anyone needing more nature.  Come join us.

 

Twilight Treks

 

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