Post Tagged with: "LA Zoo"

On October 21, Cub Scout Pack 223 spent the night at the L.A. Zoo. About 40 scouts and their families (a total of 80 people) participated in activities that included a night tour of the animals, making plaster casts of animal tracks, exploring local wildlife, with the aid of night-vision goggles and learning about animal food chains. Scouts were also introduced to some new zoo friends, including a hedgehog named Lily and a python named Lily. After their camp-out, everyone was treated to a continental breakfast. Scouts were able to earn a merit badge during the experience, which is designed ages 6 through 12. For more information about spending the night at the zoo, visit:

Photo: Palisades Cub Scouts Spend a Night at the LA Zoo

P-22 hunts by night, sleeps by day. Photo: Miguel OrdeƱana

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