Zoomfari Virtual Presentations
Looking for a way to supplement your teaching? Enhance your zoom meeting? Entertain your kids? Our Zoomfaris are the perfect way to connect people with the natural world from the comfort of your own home! These online, real time animal programs are tailored to your audience. You can choose from our existing programs that are aligned with the Oregon State Standards or make a custom request! To inquire about traveling educational presentations, please reach out to our education department at 541.679.6761 ex 221 or at email@example.com.
|Safari Express!||30 minute program||$350|
|Safari Extravaganza!||60 minute program||$500|
*All programs subject to availability; Wildlife Safari reserves the right to substitute animals
African Adventure (Elephants, giraffe, hippos)
Travel to North Africa and meet our megafauna! Spend some time at the barn learning about our elephant herd, understanding why giraffe are called the watchtowers of the Serengetti and meet Padron and Tony the hippos!
Reptile Rendez-vous (Snakes, lizards, tortoises)
Are snakes really slimy? Who is the largest tortoise at Safari? Get up close and personal with some slithery friends! From an eight foot long snake to a tortoise who can live 80 years, you will learn about a variety of species in the reptile kingdom.
Let’s Flamingle! (Flamingoes, parrots, cranes)
Mammals aren’t the only social creatures, birds are all about mingling too! From parrot preening to crane choreography, birds spend a lot of time together. Synchronized dances and group swims are a big part of bird life, but these activities aren’t just done for fun. Meet Safari’s most colorful feathered residents to discover the benefits of being a boisterous bird.
Totally into Training! (variety of available animals)
How does an animal learn a new behavior? Why do we train our animals? Can any animal be trained? Get a behind the scenes look at the variety of behaviors our animals are capable of and learn all about the different ways these behaviors help us work with them.
Extraordinary Enrichment! (variety of available animals)
Safari animals have it made compared to their wild cousins! They don’t have to chase down food, fight for a spot to sleep, or deal with disease on their own. Living the life of leisure is great, but what do Safari animals do with their extra time?That’s where enrichment comes into play! Learn what enrichment is, how keepers choose items for each animal, and what animals do with these items.
Looking for a last minute, unique, and pawsonalized, we mean, personalized holiday gift? Why not send out a greeting to a friend or loved one from one of our animals! Our keepers will deliver your special message alongside one of Safari’s furry or feathered residents.
How it works
- When you book, you’ll fill in a form with your details, the message you want to send, and your choice of animal.
- We’ll make a 30-60-second video with animal care staff speaking your message while filming your chosen animal.
- Within 3 days of the filming date we’ll send you a link to download your video. You can then send it on to the recipient.
- Complete the purchasing process and follow the link in your confirmation email to complete your request.
Please note:When working with animals, there is a possibility that things might not go as planned. We will do our best to fulfill your request, but if an issue arises and your request is delayed or not possible we will work with you to arrange a different animal or offer a full refund.
Check out our animal options and pricing below!
Our prairie dog Simone loves munching on carrots and sweet potatoes! She enjoys greeting people with her characteristic “jump-yip” and wagging her tail when she is exploring her surroundings.
Great Horned Owl
Gussie our 22 year old great horned owl is quite the vocal girl! On warm days she loves getting showers and falling asleep in the sun.
Lighting, Casey and CJ (Cuppa Joe) are quite the trio! This sassy bunch loves running in their pasture and will do anything for a treat!
Opal the opossum loves to explore using her large nose and will eat anything she is offered – including veggies, eggs and even cockroaches!
Lucille the umbrella cockatoo is quite the character! She loves saying hello to new people, as long as she gets a peanut for it of course!
Our ring-tailed lemurs really know the importance of family! They can often be found soaking up the sun together on a hot day, while the youngsters play and socialize.
Meet our prehensile-tailed porcupine Bronik! He loves snacking on sweet potatoes and bananas almost as much as he loves napping.
Check out Rio and Cayenne, our dynamic maned wolf duo! These South American sweeties are known for their long legs, big ears and epic manes.
Basil, our striped skunk, is truly one of a kind. He enjoys lining his nest with hay and politely asking for treats.
Got a grape? Then Eliza is your girl! Being one of the largest non flighted birds in the world makes her quite the sight!
Our elephants Tava, Mojo and Valerie are big animals with even bigger personalities! These smart ladies spend their time lounging in the pool, snacking on melons and chasing turkeys.
Three year old red pandas Remi and Freddie are expert climbers that will do almost anything for grapes. Don’t let their name fool you-they’re more closely related to raccoons.
Giraffes Miya, Margie and Erin are experts at invasive plant removal. They’ve been known to spend an afternoon munching on blackberry bushes while keeping tabs on their zebra neighbors.
Superstar Tony and his roomie Padron are ready to brighten your holiday! Who wouldn’t want greeting from these chubby watermelon munchers?
Wildlife Safari’s official mascot is a fabulous addition to any celebration! These spotted sprinters can charm even the grumpiest Scrooge.