Today we said goodbye to the Zoo Camp with a day full of surprises!
Today at the Zoo Camp we have learned about the environments different animals are adapted to.
Over the first hours we have been able to feed the Humboldt penguins, which are adapted to live in the warm waters of South America’s western coast.
Let’s observe without disturbing. Following the indications and basic rules of primates’ observation we can enjoy a better visit, respecting the animals that live in the Zoo.
The middle group of zookepers and veterinarians have enjoyed visiting the giraffes’ new house. Although the vision from the new facilities has improved greatly, there is nothing more exciting than seeing them closer and being told all the peculiarities of these curious animals from the zookepers.
Today the little ones from the Baby Animals Zoo Camp have prepared and investigated about the nests and birds of our surroundings.
Today we visited the primates and learned to approach them with respect.
With the farm’s manager support, the Small Explorers’ team has learned to monitor the feeders to be able to do it on its own. We will add, subtract, monitor the bird’s food... A very complete tracking activity!
Today, small explorers have had the opportunity to hand an enrichment to dolphins and have been able to see birds from a very close distance when feeding them.
Mare de Déu del Roser schoolchildren from les Planes have been working throughout 3 months on “The lion and the lioness” Project. They have been able to discover this animal’s wonderful world, the way it lives, the way it relates, what it eats, where he lives and the things we can do to protect him.