SUDBURY – ‘Diversity of Living Things’ is coming to you!
We are proud to announce that our newest exhibit Diversity of Living Things is coming to Sudbury this weekend, January 24th and 25th. This incredible exhibit features a variety of species of animals found in Canada and around the world. Learn about incredible species in trouble in our own backyard and around the globe in a fun, interactive, educational format. Featuring tarantulas, alligators, giant snakes, birds of prey, turtles, ferrets, and even a baby cougar (mountain lion) a species extinct in Eastern Canada that is making a return.
There will be over 24 live animal exhibits for you and your family to explore, 8 staff members with animals out throughout the day for you to ask questions to and interact with as well as 2 fun, interactive and highly educational programs happening about 15 minutes apart throughout the day starting at 10:15 am.
Give yourself a good 2 hours to see and do everything and bring a camera and lots of questions and enthusiasm smile emoticon
Saturday, January 24th – 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Sunday, January 25th – 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Where: Radison Hotel and Convention Centre, 85 Ste Anne Road, Sudbury, ON P3E 4S4
General Admission: $10 a person with 2 year olds and younger being free BUT if you ‘LIKE’ our page and ‘SHARE’ this post you and all in your group get in for $8 a person. Just take a screen shot and show us at the door.
*** ACCESSIBILITY $$$ – We are certain people appreciate the expense of putting on these events but we do NOT want to be cost prohibitive. If you or anyone you know would like to attend but for one reason or another this is not possible for financial reasons, please email [email protected] and we will gladly arrange entrance that works for them/you ***
*** Little Ray’s Reptile Zoo is accredited by CAZA/AZAC and regularly works with the OSPCA, municipal, provincial, and federal authorities for the placement of seized and unwanted reptiles and amphibians. Over 80% of the animals we have in our care are unwanted or seized pets.