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Learning can be super fun at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

December 29, 2016 Updated: December 30, 2016 at 6:04 am
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photo - Jennie Czuba, Lead Program Mentor, talks with Andrew McAdam, left, Wes Husby and Lily Hertner about a hippo skull during a full day winter break camp at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo on Thursday, December 29, 2016. Registration for spring break camps will open in early January at www.cmzoo.org. The camps, offered in four different age groups, will be held March 27-31. Photo by Stacie Scott, The Gazette
Jennie Czuba, Lead Program Mentor, talks with Andrew McAdam, left, Wes Husby and Lily Hertner about a hippo skull during a full day winter break camp at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo on Thursday, December 29, 2016. Registration for spring break camps will open in early January at www.cmzoo.org. The camps, offered in four different age groups, will be held March 27-31. Photo by Stacie Scott, The Gazette 

Some children at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo Winter Break Camp have a great chance of getting an "A" when they write their "What I did for Winter Break" essays.

The Cheyenne Mountain Zoo has Winter Break Camps for children ages 4 to 10. Director of Adventure Programs Stacey Graham confirms that these camps are animal-centric. Everything taught during a half- or full-day camp is animal themed and includes getting to touch the animals.

Graham said one morning activity wasn't planned but was definitely a moment to remember for the kids. "A moose shed one of his antlers. Each antler weighs 30-40 pounds. The children got to hold the antler and it was pretty fresh, right off the moose. Seeing their faces light up when they held that kind of thing, which is kind of gross but cool, too."

Cost is based on if you are Cheyenne Mountain Zoo member.

The last Winter Break Camp experience for 2016 is Dec. 30. Additional Zoo experience camps are planned throughout the year for different age groups.

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