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Calling All Photographers! January 29, 2011

Posted by judylobo in Mammals, Nature, photography, Polar Bears, Sea LIons, Wildlife, Zoo.
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The Central Park Zoo will open an hour early at 9AM on all four Sundays in February for photographers to have a unique, up-close experience with the Zoo’s collection. Shooting at the zoo is exciting. In one location you will get to see a collection of animals from around the world. Take your time, plan your shots and enjoy the Central Park Zoo animals before the doors open to the public.

In addition to the early entry to the zoo, participants will enjoy an exclusive close-up photo session with one of the animals in the collection.

Photographers will have the opportunity to explore on their own the Tropical Rain Forest as well as the outdoor habitats. The cost is $30 per person and includes a great variety of photographic opportunities for the entire day!  Get your tickets at the Gate when you arrive.

Join me (Gus and Ida the polar bears, Zoe and Chocolate the snow leopards, our nine snow monkeys and more) at the Central Park Zoos’ Early Morning Photography Event in February.

If you have any questions about these special events contact me at judylobo@gmail.com

Photos taken at the Central Park Zoo are for your personal use only.


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