Celebrate ‘Bald Eagle Appreciation Day’ at the Utica Zoo
Celebrate 'Bald Eagle Appreciation Day' with the Utica Zoo.
The Bald Eagle has been the American Symbol since 1782 and is one of the largest raptors in the world. Once endangered by hunting and pesticides, Bald Eagles have flourished under protection in CNY. Join the Utica Zoo on Saturday, January 21st at 12:30 for a Bird of Prey presentation in the auditorium. At 2:30 pm, a keeper will talk about their Bald Eagles, Fred who is about 30 years old, Ginger who's about 20 and newcomer Colden who's 11 years old at the Utica Zoo exhibit.
Both programs are free with your admission to the zoo.
Are you a member of the Utica Zoo?
Becoming a member at the Utica Zoo is easy and beneficial! Members visit more frequently and attend more zoo events. Increased membership numbers help with applying for grants. Grant money and donations help pay for upgrades at the Utica Zoo. Upgrades will eventually lead to AZA accreditation. Becoming a member of the Utica Zoo translates to upgrades, new animals, more educational experiences, and helps us in the conservation of endangered species. You also get to participate in special events like this.
Utica Zoo Memberships include the following:
- Unlimited FREE admission to the cardholder for one year
- 10% discount in the Utica Zoo Gift Shop
- Free or reduced admission to zoos & aquariums across the USA and Canada. 2015
- Reciprocal List
- Birthday Party, Education program, and class discounts
- Free or reduced admission to select premier events
- Access to Voss’ at the Zoo spring to fall
Utica Zoo reciprocates with over 150 other zoos across the USA and Canada. This agreement allows the members of reciprocal zoos to receive free admission to the Utica Zoo.