We have only ever had positive experience
It is located on the side of a hill, with plenty of trees. Sometimes you can hear the animals long before you can see them and it makes for an exciting adventure!
We love this zoo and will be back again!!!
While I liked the zoo, my daughter I and were disappoint
The poor otter kept running around his enclosure crying. Perhaps if he had shone playmates he wouldn't be so lonely.
All that said, the admission was reasonable
Also: bring insect repellant.
Sunset Zoo would like to invite you to participate in a feedback and input session regarding Sunset Zoo’s new Master Plan at 6:00pm on April 12th at Sunset Zoo NEC.
Working with Zoo Advisors and GMLV Architecture, Sunset Zoo staff has been working for several months to map out the next 30 years at Sunset Zoo. This plan includes growth of the park, animal collection, special events, conservation efforts, revenue opportunities, and more.
The session will consist of a presenta...tion of the plan, a Q&A session, and public comment session.
Sunset Zoo values your feedback and participation as we work to plan and prepare for the next 30 years of Sunset Zoo!
Science on Tap is a free, monthly gathering at Manhattan's Tallgrass Tap House, featuring public discussion on engaging science topics.
AncestryDNA, 23andMe, MyHeritage, and FamilyTree DNA are all services that people can use to trace their genetic heritage and also shine light on genetic health risks and traits. Some form of DNA is put in a tube, sent to a lab, and a few weeks later results show up in the mail, showing someone where they come from to health risks they... may be vulnerable too. Tools very similar to what these services use for humans have also been developed for cattle and are used every day to help cattle producers select better animals. At this month’s Science on Tap Dr. Megan Rolf, Assistant Professor in the Animal Sciences and Industry Department, will cover how genomics are used for genetic improvement in livestock. So instead of 23andMe, think 23andMoo.