Zoo to You Online Classroom

Looking for fun and engaging educational opportunities for your family?

These free online programs are brought to you by the Reid Park Zoo’s Education Department as a part of our commitment to connect you to wild animals and wild places and to inspire us all to take action for conservation. Donations are greatly appreciated and will help us to continue to provide these programs, especially in this time when Reid Park Zoo has no admission or program revenues.

Program capacity is limited, so registration is required. Please click on the links below to register.

These programs are FREE as a part of our commitment to serving our community during this time. An optional donation can be made on the registration page or by clicking the link above. 


Programs will take place on Thursdays at 11:00 AM (MST).

  Please bookmark this page and visit often for new program listings.

 After registering, you will automatically receive the link to access the class – please check your email and also your spam folders. Please email [email protected] if you are experiencing any issues. 

June 4, 11:00 AM MST-AZ – Why Did the Anteater Cross the Road? – They’re great at eating ants and they’re the symbol of Reid Park Zoo, but did you ever wonder why an anteater would cross a road? Join us as we learn about what it takes to answer this question and to protect anteaters in the wild!

Worried you missed a program? Recordings of past programs are available below: