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Oakland Zoo Family Outing

Posted by Ken Lavin
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Greenbelt Alliance envisions neighborhoods within our existing cities and towns that are livable, safe, and healthy places where all Bay Area residents can thrive and prosper.  Sometimes these neighborhoods need family friendly destinations like zoos!.  Join Greenbelt Alliance members for a private tour of the zoo led by education specialist Sarah Cramer.  Sarah will share her great knowledge and unique perspective for an unforgettable outing. Explore the zoo on your own in the afternoon.

Date:  Saturday, December 8, 2012

Time: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.Woman and cockatoo bird

Rating: E  1  A

Reservations and Greenbelt Alliance membership required.
Become a member.
RSVP online

Fees: $7/vehicle parking fee.

Rain Policy:  This outing will take place rain or shine.

What to bring: Comfortable clothing, good walking shoes.

From Highway 580 in Oakland, take the Golf Links/98th Avenue and drive east to the Zoo (9777 Golf Links Road).
Drive to the top of the hill and park.
We will meet at the zoo entrance at 10 am.
For public transportation options please call 511 or visit
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Outing Leader

Sarah Cramer

Sarah Cramer is an educational specialist at the Oakland Zoo. She graduated with a biology degree from Carlton College in Minnesota, and has worked for the National Park Service and the Discovery Museum in Sausalito.
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