Would you like to help the animals of the Saint Louis Zoo and animals like them in the wild but don't know what to do? Come to Snooze at the Zoo and discover answers to these questions plus sleep at the zoo. Girl Scouts will simulate keeper duties in a keeper-care relay, participants will try diagnosing animals when they become a Snooze veterinarian, then put on some Safari gear and try their hands at simulated field research. Overnight activities will include a live animal encounter, an evening pizza snack and a night hike around zoo grounds which includes a flashlight tour of the Herpetarium. Morning portion includes a continental breakfast, a morning stroll to see the animals wake up, a souvenir zoo patch and a glow-in-the dark overnight cup.
$35 per person; adults should register per adult/girl ratio
St. Louis Zoo, 1 Government Drive, St. Louis 63110
For more information and registration details, visit www.stlzoo.org or contact Keri Lammering, Overnight Programs Coordinator at email@example.com