Feeding Stations

Feeding Stations

• 5 Feeding Stations are included with your All-Day Admission Pass.
• Unlimited Feedings are included with your Unlimited Pass

Ring-Tail Lemurs

*Reservations are required due to the intimate nature/popularity of these experiences.


By far our most popular exhibit, you will be able to hand feed ring-tail lemurs. If you are lucky, you will feel how soft their hands are.

Also, if you’ve visited in the last 5 years, the experience has changed. We are now able to sit on the rocks and you’ll get the opportunity to have the lemurs walk across your lap while you feed them their treat.

Indian Rhino

*Reservations are required due to the intimate nature/popularity of these experiences.


Stacks and Monica are slowly being trained at the feeding station. Sometimes they are more interested in seeing what the other one is doing (ah, young love). However, when one of them does come over you can toss some grain into their mouth (think ski-ball).

This experience is offered once a day on the weekends during Spring and Fall hours and twice every day during the summer.

You never know how long they will participate in training (anywhere from 5 to 30 minutes),so try to get that station early if you really want to participate.

Pygmy Hippo

*Reservations are required due to the intimate nature/popularity of these experiences.


Posie and her baby, Yeti, are two of the most adorable animals you'll meet! Get close to see their slippery skin and toss some snacks into their mouths.

This experience is offered once a day on the weekends during Spring and Fall hours and twice every day during the summer.

Giraffes


Experience these gentle giants at our giraffe feeding post. Feel what it's like to have them hover over you as their 14 inch tongue coats your fingers with slobber.

Lories


These colorful creatures will delight you as they drink nectar from a cup.

African Tortoises


The children's zoo features sulcata tortoises, bunnies and guinea pigs (certain times of year). Find out just how quick a tortoise can actually be!

Bunnies


These aren't just your every day bunnies... ok, they actually are. But their still fun to feed and pet.

Guniea Pigs


The children's zoo features sulcata tortoises, bunnies and guinea pigs (certain times of year). Hey batter, batter! Ok, that's not exactly what their chatter sounds like, but it's still really cool to hear!