Tag: Moonridge Zoo

5th Annual Photo Contest At Moonridge Animal Park

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Docents Needed At Moonridge Animal Park

Big Bear Lake, CA, May 11, 2011, noon – The Friends of the Moonridge Zoo is looking for volunteers who appreciate being around wildlife to become Docents at Big Bear’s animal park. Docent’s assist and provide information to park visitors, they provide help during special events, prepare food in the animal kitchen, work at the gift shop or snack bar, or help with flower gardening or light maintenance. The Friends of the Moonridge Zoo will start the 2nd Series of their Adult Education Program on May 12th. It will run four consecutive Thursdays 11:00 am – 1:00 pm. If you are interested in becoming a docent call (909) 878- 4200. The Friends of The Moonridge Zoo was created in 1989 to support the Moonridge Animal Park through educating the public regarding treatment, protection, and conservation of wildlife, recruiting and coordinating zoo volunteers, and...

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Public Meetings To Be Held On Proposed Moonridge Animal Park Relocation

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Birthday Party for Big Bear’s Wolf Puppy Pack

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Wolf Awareness Day Comes To Moonridge Animal Park

Big Bear, Ca, October 11, 2010, 8:00am – The Moonridge Animal Park invites you to learn more about wolves on Wolf Awareness Day, Saturday October 16th.  The zoo will have a variety of activities surrounding wolves including crafts, games, and a storytelling of the Real Story of the Three Little Pigs.  There will be some photo opportunities with storybook characters as well.  The zoo will try to dispel some of the misconceptions people have about wolves and let people know how important they are to the environment.  Debra Richardson works with the wolves everyday and says the wolves are “highly intelligent, but of course the pups still act like youngsters and they can be extremely hyper.”  Richardson also added that the wolves pups are “very special to us because we hand raised them from their first day.”  Wolf Awareness day will take place on Saturday October 16th from 11am to 3pm at the Moonridge Animal...

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