Summer happenings scheduled at the OKC Zoo – Presented by DMEI

New this year, the OKC Zoo will feature the Binocular Borrow program presented by Dean McGee Eye Institute. Guests will have the opportunity to borrow a pair branded binoculars during their visit at no cost. To participate, guests will bring a valid photo ID to the Zoo’s guest services office in the entry plaza and complete a quick information form. Your photo ID will be returned when the binoculars are brought back to the office. One valid photo ID is required for each pair of binoculars. Participation is free with Zoo admission.

Also presented by Dean McGee Eye Institute, Eye Spy Safari is a great way for young zoo fans to learn about the OKC Zoo’s animals and the challenges threatening their wild counterparts. Participants can locate all seven Eye Spy stations in the Zoo, and scratch off their card to reveal the secret word. Completed cards can be returned to the Zoo’s Safari Gift Shop for a prize. Eye Spy Safari cards are available at the Zoo’s Guest Services and ZOOfriends’ offices. Participation is free with Zoo admission.

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