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List of Zoos with Webcams
Aquarium of the Pacific: penguin, shark, jellyfish, tropical reef cams, and more.
Atlanta Zoo: Check out the PandaCam
Cincinnati Zoo: Home Safari Facebook Live event daily at 2pm CST
EarthCam: Offers a variety of animal cams from across the country and around the world.
ElPaso Zoo: Offers webcams of meerkats, oragutans, giraffe, siamangs, and sea lions.
Explore.org: Offers 96 live feeds including some adorable bear cubs:)
Georgia Aquarium: Webcams offering a live look at beluga whales, California sea lions, jellyfish, piranhas, puffins, sea otters, an Indo-Pacific barrier reef and the ocean floor.
International Wolf Center: Live wolf cams
Houston Zoo: Live WebCams of elephants, gorilla, rhino, giraffes, Leafcutter ants, and chimpanzees.
Maryland Zoo: Penguin, flamingo, giraffe, and goat cams
Memphis Zoo: Hippo, elephant, and panda cams
Monterey Bay Aquarium: 10 Web cams allow you to view sea otters, jelly fish, penguins, sharks, and more.
National Aquarium: Three cams give you views of the Blacktip Reef, Coral Reef, and Jelly Invasion
National Zoo: AnimalCams of lion, elephant, panta, and naked mole-rats.
Oakland Zoo: Black Bear, sun bear, condor, and elephant cams.
Oregon Coast Aquarium: Live Shark Cam
Pittsburgh Zoo: Cheetah and penguin cams
Reid Park Zoo: Offers zoo cams of elephant, giraffe, grizzly bears, lemur, and lions.
San Diego Zoo: Amazing videos, activities, and games.
Seattle Aquarium: Sea Otters and harbor seal cams
Smithsonian National Zoo https://nationalzoo.si.edu/webcams
Select a zoo to view its live cameras
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Free Stage Plays for Children to Watch
Pumpkin Fun & more-Come celebrate Fall in the country. At M Lazy C Ranch we love everything about Fall. We love the beautiful array of earthy colors, the sounds of leaves whispering in the trees, and the amazing aromas of apple cider mixed with pumpkin! Bring your family and enjoy an old-fashioned day on the ranch. There will be a pumpkin hunt and each child receives a pumpkin as part of their ticket purchase to decorate and take home. There will be amazing BBQ for purchase by Smokin' Rusty's BBQ. Sit on a horse drawn hay wagon and look out at the beautiful fall colors while learning the 114 year history from one of the family members. There are too many activities to list them all here but no fall celebration would be complete without trick or treating and watching the family friendly movie "Spookily the Square Pumpkin." Call or click the ticket feature to purchase your tickets. Call 719748 3398 to reserve a cabin or RV site. *We love our military and veterans and are a veteran owned business. All military and veterans get 10% off. You will need to call and reserve your tickets directly. 719-748-3398 * if you are a local Artist or small business owner reach out to us regarding booth opportunities! M Lazy C Ranch 801 County Rd 453 Lake George, CO Kelly Gottus(phone: 719-748-3398). $15 for 12+ $5 for 3-11 free 2 and under.
Check out our Facebook page or Eventbrite for more details on purchasing tickets. Check out our Facebook page and event fall festival for more details on purchasing tickets.
Knots and Lashing-Description:Meet at Visitor Center. Learn the camp skill of tying knots and lashing! Fun, interactive and practical! What can you build with sticks and rope? Led by Volunteer Rusty. 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM, Location:Mueller State Park
21045 CO-67, Divide, CO. Linda Groat (phone: 719-687-2366). Limited to 15 people, sign up at the Visitor Center 719-687-2366, masks required. Recommend you dont call night before, cause of time it may take for them to get back to you
Homestead Trail Hike-Meet at Homestead TH. Explore the forest and animals getting ready for winter. 2-mile hike led by Naturalist Linda. 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM,
Limited to 15 people, sign up at the Visitor Center 719-687-2366, masks required.
Recommend you dont call night before, cause of time it may take for them to get back to you. https://www.chamberorganizer.com/Calendar/moreinfo.php?eventid=379211
Halloween Banshee Bingo-6.30 pm, at the Ute Pass Cultural Center, A Ute Pass Kiwanis FUNdraising Event! Prize for the best costume! $20 buys a packet of 10 games, 6 cards for each game. We supply the daubers. Food and drink will be available to purchase during the game. Proceeds go to local youth programs and scholarships. Mask recommended, Seating limited. Prize for best costume.
It’s time for some great Halloween fun with Science Matters. Be sure and wear your Halloween costume and join in our contest and parade right after the workshop. See our website for more in-depth details. http://www.rmdrc.com
Event Time:1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Mountain
Location:Dinosaur Resource Center 201 S. Fairview St.,Woodland Park, CO
Included with museum admissions. Call for pricing.
Deb Robillard (phone: 719-686-1820)
Nature Crafts-Meet at Visitor Center Bring your creativity to life using supplies provided by Mother Nature herself, hands-on instruction by Volunteer Rusty
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM , Limited to 15 people, sign up at the Visitor Center 719-687-2366, masks required. Linda Groat (phone: 7196872366)
Howl O Ween-Join us as we pass out meat filled pumpkins to all the wolves.
4-6 pm, Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center 4729 Twin Rocks Road.Divide, CO 80814
Details:$35 ages 12+ $15 ages 6-11 http://www.wolfeducation.org
Costume Cornhole at the UPCC-4:00 PM - 10:00 PM (poster shows 5 pm), Ute Pass Cultural Center,210 E Midland Ave, Woodland Park, CO.
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