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Volunteer Educators are an Important Part of the Sacramento Zoo Experience
If you’ve ever wanted to share your love of animals, now is the time. The Sacramento Zoo is taking applications for the 2011 Docent training class until January 8, 2011. Zoo Docents are volunteer educators who have a love for wildlife and enjoy people. Docents conduct tours and station talks at the Zoo. With additional training, Docents can also participate in live animal presentations, both on and off Zoo grounds.
An orientation meeting will be held on January 8, 2011 and the nine-week class will begin on January 15th. This mini-course in Zoology runs every Saturday through mid-March. For more information on becoming a Docent and to receive an application, please contact the Education Department at (916) 808-5889 or email@example.com.
Sacramento Zoo -- Wildly Inspiring!
Open since 1927, the Sacramento Zoo is home to over 450 native, rare and endangered animals and is one of over 200 accredited institutions of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. Located near the corner of Land Park Drive and Sutterville Road in William Land Park, the Zoo is wholly managed by the non-profit Sacramento Zoological Society. This Sacramento treasure inspires conservation awareness through education and recreation. Open daily from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, general admission is $11.00; children ages 3-12 are $7.00 and two and under are admitted free. Parking is free throughout the park or ride Regional Transit bus #6. For information, call 916-808-5888 or visit saczoo.com.
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