Use construction paper, fabric, or recycled cardboard to create two claws to glue, staple or sew to the toes of each sock. Check out the new puzzles in our online shop. People have started to add pollinator-friendly plants to their yards and landscapes to provide vital habitat for pollinators while enjoying colorful blooms all season long. The egg could be any thing around the house (pillows, stuffed animals, balls, etc). Search for project Cincinnati Zoo Home Safari Backyard Wildlife project, and click “Join.” If you have questions about how to use the app, go here:https://www.inaturalist.org/pages/help. Then do a little spin! We’d like for you to create your own horn out of recycled materials. Is the front of its snout going to be U-shaped like an alligator or V-shaped like a crocodile? We want you to recreate what you see using whatever materials you have at home. From webbed feet to curved beak, take note of the shapes, colors and textures that make up our feathery flock. We want to see your participating in penguin activities at home, so please upload your photos or videos to Instagram or Twitter using #ZooHomeSafari, post it in the comments of our Facebook Live Video, or email it to [email protected]. We want to see your Sabu Stomps! Support the Zoo! You can help gorilla conservation too! Manatee Rescue & Rehabilitation Partnership. After observing our bongo, take this quiz and be entered to win 4 tickets to the Cincinnati Zoo! We want to see your masterpieces! Add 4 uneven cougar toes! Try getting our flamingos just right, and then try making other silly versions out of your pure imagination. Event ended about 6 months ago. We want to see your creations, so please upload your photos or videos to Instagram or Twitter using #ZooHomeSafari, post it in the comments of our Facebook Live Video, or email it to [email protected]. The cup-shaped ears can rotate independently to pinpoint the exact location of prey. We may share your amazing artwork on our Facebook/Instagram stories and our website. We may share your photos or videos on our Facebook/Instagram stories and our website. Share photos of the wildlife you see in your yard or neighborhood park with others by uploading them to the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden’s Home Safari Backyard Wildlife project on iNaturalist. Activity 1: Make a toad abode! The Cincinnati Zoo is taking kids through home safaris every day. Finger paint is tons of fun, but you could also trace your hand if there is no paint available. This can be very simple, like cheerios on an old shoe lace. Find them all below to watch and learn about our amazing animals! We may share your photos or videos on our Facebook/Instagram stories and our website. Roll a piece of paper into a long, sturdy straw-like tube. Alternatively, you could draw a dragon on top of your sheet of super scales to make your own Hudo. The Meerkat Mob should be on all fours trying to gather as much pretend food as possible when in the clear. Watch the Facebook live at 3pm ET Monday! Try stretching your arm as far as you can to reach out and grab any objects close to you. The animal world is full of unlikely but very important relationships. Sound on! We want to see your creations, so please upload your photos or videos to Instagram or Twitter using #ZooHomeSafari, post it in the comments of our Facebook Live Video, or email it to [email protected]. No worries! Grab a friend and see if they can guess what song you are trying to stomp out by listening to your beat. Some of the bonobos favorite foods might be tasty to you too, like a variety of fruit. Is there a difference in how far away you are able to hear with and without cupping your hands around your ears? Friends and guests all over the world and especially in Cincinnati. For safety, we recommend establishing rules about a pathway that must be followed around (or over) obstacles. The African pygmy falcon flits, dips and glides through the air after insects or to protect its nest from predators. The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden is hosting Home Safari Facebook Live sessions while the zoo remains closed due the new coronavirus outbreak.. If you know what the animal or plant is that’s great, but you don’t have to identify it. Take a second paper plate or piece of scrap paper and paint half of it white, and half of it brown or gray. Please upload your photos or videos to Instagram or Twitter using #ZooHomeSafari, post it in the comments of our Facebook Live Video, or email it to [email protected]  We may share on our Facebook/Instagram stories and our website. For this game, designate who will pretend to be Sihil and who will be Sihil’s Predators or Prey. Hide Map. Try long strips of paper, toothpicks or sticks and stick to the back of your porcupine! Her book was extremely important to saving the species. We may share your amazing artwork on our Facebook/Instagram stories and our website. If you’re feeling creative, make your fox turn any color of the rainbow by adding more colors to the bottom paper plate. Learn about our all new virtual summer camp. Zulu has a beautifully bright, colorful beak. You can view any past Home Safaris … Be sure to give each member of the mob a face and feet, and then fill in the background with a habitat for them to live in and food to eat. You could also use construction paper or a brown paper bag. Check out all our Fiona merchandise including the brand new Fiona book on the Zoo’s online shop. Parrots come in many different shapes, sizes and colors! Support the zoo by shopping our online store – https://shopcincinnatizoo.com/. Help out your local wildlife by reusing materials you have at home to create a bird feeder. The shy and well camouflaged bongo does an incredible job staying hidden in the dense montane forests of Central Africa. Ostrich chicks then grow up to join the herd of the world’s largest and heaviest bird species. Get your own cuddly snow leopard from our online shop! Sloths spend a lot of time hanging around the rainforest. Lines could be made with sidewalk chalk outside or masking tape inside. We want to see your creature crossover, so please upload your artwork to Instagram or Twitter using #ZooHomeSafari, post it in the comments of our Facebook Live Video, or email it to [email protected]. Tune in to Facebook at 3pm EDT. for your turtle. Cincinnati Zoo Home Safari mit Facebook LiveWenn: 17. The Cincinnati Zoo shared that Fiona the Hippo will kick off its Home Safari series, which provide educational entertainment for children affected by school closures caused by coronavirus concerns. Help support the Zoo by shopping on our online store. Erin and I can't express how much gratitude we have for all of our members and. We may share your posts on our Facebook/Instagram stories and our website. Be sure to watch our Home Safari Manatees video to hear about the obstacles manatees face in the wild and what steps we take to be sure they are ready for the journey back home. Add ring 3 and ring 4 the same way until you have formed a ball. Baby armadillos can be curious and playful, too. Click here to learn more. Try getting Rico just right, and then try making other silly versions of Rico out of your pure imagination. Armadillos dig in the dirt to find bugs to eat. We encourage you to create your very own little penguin craft using supplies you have at home. Use this Sir Francis coloring sheet, or any other materials you have at home. These prints are called tracks. Next add a pipe cleaner or straw and place it through your tube and secure ends. We may share your photos or videos on our Facebook/Instagram stories and our website. Using their long tongues and peg-like molars, aardwolves can slurp up and chomp down on 200,000 or more insects in one night. You will cut the ends of the tube into ½ inch long slits. Next, fill it with pig drawings and tales of their adventures! The penguins are pretty excited they get to be featured on today’s Home Safari!!! Use whatever materials you have at home (scrap paper, fabric, leaves), but be sure you color or paint the feathers bright red. living room, backyard). Share your tortoise transformations with us by posting photos in the comments below.https://cincinnatizoo.thankyou4caring.org/pages/emergency-fundSubscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/CincinnatiZooTube/featuredFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/cincinnatizoo/Twitter: https://twitter.com/CincinnatiZooInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/cincinnatizoo/Find out more at http://www.cincinnatizoo.org Stir until doughy. Use scrap paper or whatever materials you have at home (i.e. Next, designate a play area (i.e. EDT. We may share your amazing artwork on our Facebook/Instagram stories and our website. Write down, draw or take photos of things you find that reptiles or amphibians could use for food, shelter, water or space. Request a personalized message from Andie, Kris and Remus on Cameo! They can jump, run and nibble at each other and it’s all still fun and games. All videos will be posted to this webpage and to our YouTube channel shortly after the Facebook Live ends. Prehensile-tailed porcupines spend much of their time in the canopy of the South American rainforest, munching on leaves, flowers and bark. Penguins are EGG-cellent parents! Next, place items along either side of the line to represent clouded leopard prey (plastic toys, stuffed animals, rocks, etc). Make your own set of claws to pretend to dig in the dirt to find bugs and make burrows. The Zoo is now offering more virtual experiences like our new Virtual Zoo Troop. Did you know Aye-aye’s are some of the only primates thought to use echolocation to find prey? Take our template and trace on scrap paper, fabric or whatever materials you have at home to create a tail that is as long as you are tall. Dogs can communicate with cheetahs in a way humans simply cannot. They control the population of other animals and help keep the environment balanced. We want to see your cougar tracks, so please upload your photos or videos to Instagram or Twitter using #ZooHomeSafari, post it in the comments of our Facebook Live Video, or email it to [email protected]. Look around your house or yard and choose an object (i.e. We may share your amazing artwork on our Facebook/Instagram stories and our website. Please upload photos or videos to Instagram or Twitter using #ZooHomeSafari, post it in the comments of our Facebook Live Video or email wild writings to [email protected]. We may share your amazing artwork on our Facebook/Instagram stories and our website. COPYRIGHT ©2020 Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, Kris and Remus have been paired together for an important purpose. We may share on our Facebook/Instagram stories and our website. Our food chain template has 4 links in the food chain for you to decorate and cut into long paper strips. Armadillos have long sticky tongues that they use to slurp up their favorite food: bugs. Be sure to line it with something soft and cozy, like blankets, leaves or grass. Join us for a Home Safari Facebook Live each weekday at 3pm EDT where we will highlight one of our amazing animals and include an activity you can do from home. The two-toed sloth spends most of its time hanging upside down by its four-inch long, curved claws. Cut oval shapes out of scrap paper or whatever materials you have (foil, leaves, fabric). We may share on our Facebook/Instagram stories and our website. In the wild, orangutans will find long narrow twigs, pull off the leaves, and use them to reach into termite mounds to get a tasty termite treat. Take our template and trace on scrap paper, fabric or whatever materials you have at home to create a tail that is as long as you are tall. Purchase your own cuddly lion here – proceeds from online sales help support the Cincinnati Zoo! First, grab a large piece of paper and draw an ostrich in the middle with pencil, markers or paint. For more ways to stay busy at home shop our online store. We may share your on our Facebook/Instagram stories and our website. Practice jumping as high as you can after pretend prey. Now attach your sloth upside down to the couch, curtain or other silly places in your indoor and outdoor spaces. Now go outside and see if it helps your blend into your surroundings. Of course, don’t forget the rhino’s most prominent feature…it’s horns! As you watch Isla, make note of all the colors, shapes, and textures that you see on each part of her body. We would like you to use our, We want to see your responses, so please share with us on Instagram or Twitter using #ZooHomeSafari, post it in the comments of our Facebook Live Video, or email it to, We want to see your sock sloth claws, so please upload your photos to Instagram or Twitter using #ZooHomeSafari, post it in the comments of our Facebook Live Video, or email it to, We want to see your ocean art, so please upload your photos to Instagram or Twitter using #ZooHomeSafari, post it in the comments of our Facebook Live Video, or email it to, We want to see your Sabu Stomps! Looking for more to add to your creation? Check out our habitat worksheet for examples. We want to see all the best snow leopard leapers, so please upload photos of you doing this activity at home to Instagram or Twitter using #ZooHomeSafari, post it in the comments of our Facebook Live Video, or email it to [email protected]. Designate one person to be the adult okapi and another to be the baby okapi. The Home Safari series started when the zoo closed due to the novel coronavirus outbreak. Make sure your creation has everything a red panda needs to live a happy and healthy life. Consider signing up for virtual Summer Camp. Order a giraffe face mask on our online shop. You can partner with a Cincinnati Zoo instructor and create a masterpiece from a not-so “still life” observation. Leaves have low nutritional value, which leads to a low energy lifestyle. Designate one person to be a Lookout and the rest as members of the Meerkat Mob. If your kids are enjoying the Home Safari series you might be interested in our new Virtual Zoo Troop classes. Alright, Well, Thank you so much guys for tuning in for our home Safari today like I said earlier, be sure to check out the website for an activity that you guys can do at home. That is nearly 500 insects every minute! First, designate a safe running zone inside or outside (living room, driveway or sidewalk). This tough headwear helps the rhino to defend its territory against other rhinos. We want to see your wallaby toss craft, so please upload your photos or videos to Instagram or Twitter using #ZooHomeSafari, post it in the comments of our Facebook Live Video, or email it to [email protected]We may share on our Facebook/Instagram stories and our website. After observing our bat-eared foxes, take this quiz and be entered to win 4 tickets to the Cincinnati Zoo! Next, use the scissors to cut the tube vertically into 4 rings. living room or backyard). In the wild, the adult’s white stripes and the baby’s smell may help them find each other. Now grab your favorite stuffed animal and tuck it inside for a ride. Some of those hairs, called quills, are very long and sharp and are used for protection against predators. The serval uses its large ears to pinpoint prey in the tall grasses of the African savannah. Does his tail look the same as his nose? While the Cincinnati Zoo is closed and kids are home from school, let us help make your children’s hiatus from school fun and educational. http://cincinnatizoo.org/education/camps-classes-zoo-troop/zootroop/. His Birds of America collection consisted of 435 life-sized prints. After you’ve created a nice long pathway full of fruit, skip along the path you’ve created, trying your best to stay balanced on the fruit without falling. Try decorating to get the patterns of the wool just right, and then try making other silly versions out of your pure imagination. Observe our llama and alpaca Home Safari and recreate the unique shapes, textures and colors that you see from their heads to their toes! Hearing about the vulture’s eating habits might not paint the prettiest picture, but we think Bubba is beautiful! We hope you’ll come see Fiesta in person once the Zoo re-opens in our Wings of Wonder Encounter sponsored by Ameritas. When salamanders feel threatened, they can secrete an extra slimy substance to escape predators! Use an old brown paper bag or scrap paper to make a headband. Now count to 5 on your hand. It’s time to create your own Arctic fox with changing fur using these steps: We want to see your new fox friend, so please upload your artwork to Instagram or Twitter using #ZooHomeSafari, post it in the comments of our Facebook Live Video, or email it to [email protected]incinnatizoo.org. We may share your amazing artwork on our Facebook/Instagram stories and our website. Get your own cuddly wolf made out of 16 recycled water bottles on our online store. Be sure to post it on Instagram or Twitter using #ZooHomeSafari, post it in the comments of our Facebook Live Video, or email it to[email protected]. If you enjoy our Home Safaris consider signing up for Virtual Zoo Summer Camp. It is best if you can choose a cool, damp, and shady place for your toad abode. The zoo began the series with Fiona and her mom, Bibi, on March 16. Purchase your own cuddly sloth here – proceeds from online sales help support the Cincinnati Zoo! Do you have any materials at home that look like the bugs you see? We may share on our Facebook/Instagram stories and our website. We may share your amazing artwork on our Facebook/Instagram stories and our website. Flamingo mud mounds must be tall enough to protect the egg from flooding. When you’ve identified your dynamic duo, use whatever materials you have at home to recreate their important friendship. Keep mixing until the slime forms. Clouded leopards have long tails that help them stay balanced on branches high up in the trees of Southeast Asian rainforests. How about her favorite foods or her exploring her habitat? If you share your meerkat masterpieces you will be entered to win one of the meerkat paintings made during the Home Safari. Step 4. We want to see your popcorn binturongs, so please upload your artwork to Instagram or Twitter using #ZooHomeSafari, post it in the comments of our Facebook Live Video, or email it to[email protected]. We may share your amazing storybook artwork on our Facebook/Instagram stories and our website. It is Sihil’s job to tag the Predator or Prey on the back without being detected. They have come a long way, but there is still quite the journey ahead! Now  listen very carefully. cardboard, pipe cleaners, toilet paper rolls) to create aardvark claws. Go outside with your smartphone or camera and become an “Observer.” Look for any and all natural life and snap photos (“observations”) to upload into the Home Safari Backyard Wildlife project. During the closure, the Zoo plans to offer Home Safari Facebook Lives seven days a week! Tape the flowers on a wall or board. Can you spot the difference in our zebra’s stripes? We may share on our Facebook/Instagram stories and our website. Wallabies are known for the high hops, so get outside and play hopscotch! Decorate the jar so that when you look at it, you think of helping endangered species! We want to see if you can create a gecko that blends in perfectly with your house or yard! If you love our Home Safaris, consider signing up for our in-person summer camps. Toss the rings one by one, the objective being to catch the rings on the tail without the rings hitting the floor. We want to see your mud mounds, so please upload your photos and videos to Instagram or Twitter using #ZooHomeSafari, post it in the comments of our Facebook Live Video, or email it to [email protected]. A pop of bright yellow, green, blue or vivid red…the poison dart frog’s coloration is nature’s way of saying “beware”! Join the Troop by registering for our new Virtual Zoo Troop! We want to see your masterpieces, so please upload your artwork to Instagram or Twitter using #ZooHomeSafari, post it in the comments of our Facebook Live Video, or email it to [email protected]. This can be a jar you have laying around the house, or you can find one to repurpose, such as a jelly or a pickle jar! It does this in a very unique way: by grabbing hold of its tail in its mouth! Attach a paper strap to the back and wear them over your hands. Every time you hear a sound in any direction, make a mark on the paper at the relative distance and direction from the “X” on the paper. Now your hornbill is ready to eat fruit! At our zoo, you will see that our red pandas have enough food, water and places to sleep and play. How do you think you compare to an aardwolf? We may share on our Facebook/Instagram stories and our website. What supplies do you have at home that could really show off a macaw’s long colorful tail feathers (leaves, yarn, popsicle sticks)? We’d like you to see if your tool using skills are as savvy as an orangutan’s. We apologize for the sound difficulties. iNaturalist can provide information on the different species in an area, and where certain species are most and least concentrated. Be sure to stick out your tongue as far as you can and pretend to slurp up some delicious bugs. You can help support  the Zoo by shopping on our online store. We want to see your paper plate porcupines, so please upload your photos or videos to Instagram or Twitter using #ZooHomeSafari, post it in the comments of our Facebook Live Video, or email it to [email protected]. Consider signing up for Summer Camp. We may share your photos on our Facebook/Instagram stories and our website. Then roll up pieces of tape and stick to the end of your armadillo tongue. Next, clearly mark a single long line on the ground to represent a tree branch. Proceeds support the zoo! We encourage you to make your very own “kissable” Fiona with recycled materials. Ostrich eggs are the largest egg in the world. Find a spot to sit where you can safely hear outside sounds. Use this Sir Francis coloring sheet, or any other materials you have at home. Make an obstacle course! After observing our cheetah, take this quiz and be entered to win 4 tickets to the Cincinnati Zoo! We may share on our Facebook/Instagram stories and our website. Nonprofit Organization (513) 281-4700. info@cincinnatizoo.org. Looks like you’re ready to use that hand to create your own rhino handprint art! Upload photos and videos of your elephant feet to Instagram or Twitter using #ZooHomeSafari, post int in the comments of our Facebook Live Video, or email it to [email protected]. Facebook; Twitter; More; While people are staying at home across the world, zoos and aquariums have closed their doors to visitors. Let us know if you can figure it out! Mark an “X” in the middle of your paper. iNaturalist is a citizen science app where people like you can upload and see photos of plants and animals that live around them. How about the number of sounds? We may share your amazing artwork on our Facebook/Instagram stories and our website. Safari's. Painted Dog Valley is Sponsored by US Bank. Did you know the mighty alligator only eats about once a week? The Cincinnati Zoo has the largest colony of little penguins outside of their native home in Australia and New Zealand! Join the club and hang with the Troop! Now you’re ready to play! Once they are cut, shuffle them around and place them facedown on a table. We may share on our Facebook/Instagram stories, our website, and most certainly with our giraffes! A.D.O.P.T. If you’d like you can cut a 3-inch hole in the pot to create a door. Perhaps socks or a brown paper bag? Take a closer look at the nests you see in our flamingo Home Safari. A 6oz bottle of Elmer’s Glue (Standard white or Glitter Glue), 1.5 TSP Contact solution (Boric Acid or Sodium Borate in the ingredients), Empty the bottle of Elmer’s Glue into a mixing bowl, Add in the contact solution. Food coloring or tempera paint and maybe even add your own otter at home in and. With alligator shaped fruit or even shaving cream with your new shell foxes, take this quiz and be to! 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