Many AZA-accredited and certified related facilities may be closed to the public during the COVID-19 outbreak, but they are still providing the highest level of animal care and bringing education and fun to you through online events and educational resources. Check the calendar below for live videos and other online events your whole family can enjoy.
AZA members are welcome to submit their online events to the calendar using the submission button below. Educational resources can be submitted using the listing area and corresponding submission button below the calendar. You must be logged in to a My AZA account to post. All posts will be subject to approval. For questions, please contact the Communications Department.
Our Cotton Top Tamarins are named Dharma, Sawyer, and Tom and our Rhinoceros Iguanas are named Blackfoot and Stubby. You will notice that the Tamarins tend to be active throughout the day, while Blackfoot and Stubby are mostly active in the mornings. Feel free to explore the exhibit space by utilizing the controls on the left side of the screen. To use the controls, you must first zoom in, and then use the directional buttons to move within the frame. This is a great way to get a better look at Tamarins interacting with each other, enrichment items, or to see the Iguanas down on the ground. Despite the audio indicator, there is no audio.