The Phoenix Zoo has live educational programming, virtual safaris and an abundance of cute photos and videos of animals, behind-the-scenes caretaking by the zoo’s animal keeps, and in-depth stories of the Zoo and their amazing residents.
How do you become a specialist in penguin care or in understanding sea lion behavior? You’ll hear about two people who have done just that in this STEM Pro Live! with two members of OdySea Aquarium’s animal care and education team.
Dayna Cooper, a butterfly specialist, and Ron Brisette, an architect, talk about how the facility at Butterfly Wonderland in Scottsdale, Ariz., needed to be specially constructed to help the butterflies thrive and how Dayna helps care for the butterflies every day.
The Sonoran Desert toad is found across a large portion of southern-central Arizona and portions of New Mexico.
Ever wonder how a baby bird gets out of its egg? It has got to require some hard work for such a tiny little animal.
Students will choose two videos that focus on different exhibits of the Arizona Trail at the Phoenix Zoo. After observing two different animals’ students will begin to understand how animals use resources to grow and survive.
The kangaroo rat is a mammal common to our southwestern U.S. deserts as well as other deserts around the world.
Using a coffee filter, black cardstock or construction paper, scissors, markers and glue, create your own gorgeous Arizona sunset silhouette!
There are so many interesting shapes to see in the desert, from mountains and canyons to animals and plants.