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Developed for day care classes, junior and senior kindergarten classes. We understand and believe in the fact that respect and love of nature, and wildlife starts at a very early age. These shows are less informative and more interactive. We try to accommodate 45 minute shows for this age group with a large emphasis on listening, lining up, sharing, waiting for your turn, and touching animals respectfully. We believe children who interact with animals at a young age in a safe environment will grow up without irrational fears, phobias and other barriers to wildlife. These children will grow up with a greater understanding and a more positive outlook on animals of all kinds.
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This show covers grade 1 curriculum requirements and focuses on what animal need in order to survive. Living things grow, use resources, create waste and reproduce. All livings things require food, space, shelter, water and air. We discuss what our animals eat, who eats who and how they are able to survive in their ecosystems. We discuss how all living things are connected, and depend on each other for survival. How are reptiles different from other animals? How are they similar? How do they survive?
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This program concentrates on reptiles and their reproductive systems and styles of reproduction. Internal and external fertilization, eggs vs live birth, it’s all covered here. This is an informative and fun session that includes approximately 10 animals, all with different reproduction behaviors and cycles. We have also produced a power point presentation specific to reptile reproduction that will be included in the presentation. We can provide handouts with information regarding species for this show. This show is geared towards a full high school class of 65-76 min, however can be adjusted.
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The show will cover what adaptations and evolution is. It will look at specific ways an animal can evolve or adapt. Why do animals have to adapt? Specific species studies involving some of our animals and how they evolved and adapted to their environment. What major adaptations do reptiles have that have allowed them to evolve into the animals you see today!
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Reptile Camp is now offering our Alligator Adventure Program to families of 4! This is a truly WILD program designed for families to experience all things crocodilian, up close and personal in a safe and controlled manner with a trained professional. You will have the ability to meet and interact with a minimum of 4 species of crocodilians. We will also make sure you get some amazing photos with each of them! The memory of this experience will last a lifetime! This is your chance to get your photo with “Mojo” our 9 ft, 260 lbs American Alligator!
$350 for our 90 minute program including:
* 30 min croc talk using live animals, skulls and artifacts.
* 30 min photo session and handling of our 3 smaller crocodilian species.
* 15 minute large alligator enrichment talk, training demonstration and feeding demonstration.
* 15 minute photo session with “Mojo” our 9 ft American alligator.
Extra people to a maximum of 6 people are $50 extra per person.
This limited and exclusive program can be booked any time and takes place at Reptile Camp in Bonfield at 2101 South Shore Rd.
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$160.00 per person
Limited to 12 kids
Location: 140 Elmwood Ave, North Bay.
Thursday Nights 6-8pm
Ages 6 to 15 (some exceptions can be made).
What is Kids Club?
Every week holds a new adventure! Staff will teach children about the group of animals each night using live animals as well as a bunch of other teaching tools and objects! Preserved specimens, skulls, skins, x-rays, models, videos, photographs and more really help bring the subjects to life! In total our 16 hour course will include over 50 live animals and a lot of information and fun! Every week kids can expect crafts, games and activities on trend with the evening’s topics! This is North Bay’s WILDEST after school program!
The last week of the program our participants will present a live animal during a reptile show for their families! This is our certificate evening and will be fun based for the entire family!
Our 8 sessions are as follows:
Week 1 (Jan 9th) Insects and Arachnids
Week 2 (Jan 16th) Amphibians
Week 3 (Jan 23rd) Turtles and Tortoises
Week 4 (Jan 30th) Crocodillians
Week 5 (Feb 6th) Lizards
Week 6 (Feb 13th) Snakes
Week 7 (Feb 20th) Review, and practice!
Week 8 (Feb 27th) Kids Reptile Show and pizza party
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