Living with Nature

The North Carolina Zoo is offering two more Living with Nature virtual events this spring. Living with Nature is our free distance learning event series available to schools and home school groups.  Each event features a different guest expert that we encourage students to interact with. This program is recommended for Middle School and High School students, but we have had younger audiences participate as well. We have pre-, post- and during the event activities available on the event webpages as well as the NCSCOS objectives they meet.


2/28/2021 10:00-10:30 am Living with Nature: Regional Wildlife Conservation – FREE

Our regional wildlife conservation event will focus on amphibian conservation and site surveys. Virtual participants will participate in a site survey during the live event. Pre- and post- activities are available on the site website - To register -


4/28/2021 10:00-10:30 am Living with Nature: Green Practices - FREE

Our green practices event will focus on pollination stations and upcycling. We will show you how to create your own pollination station at home or for your school. Pre- and post- activities are available on the site website - To register -


Also don’t forget to join our Adventures in EdZOOcation Facebook Group ( where we offer new Wild About Nature, Neighborhood Naturalist, and Zoo Science videos every other week, reruns of Zoo Classroom and weekly crafts and activities to go along with our Zoo EDventures Facebook Live series (every Monday and Wednesday at 10:00 am). All of our videos series and past recordings of Zoo EDventures and Zoo Classroom can also be found on our website or YouTube channel -


We hope you can join us this spring!



Beth Folta, Ph.D.
Curator of Education

Conservation, Education and Science

North Carolina Zoo


336.879.7713 Office


4401 Zoo Parkway | Asheboro, NC 27205