London’s Zoo’s "Keeper for a Day" program

Thursday 10 August 2006 at 07:19

The Zoological Society of London has launched a new scheme to raise funds for wildlife conservation, called “Keeper for a Day”. In a press release, ZSL describes “Keeper for a Day as the perfect opportunity for corporate team building, which offers a unique chance for teams of up to five people to get closer to the animals at the zoo”. Participants spend the day with a zoo keeper, carrying out some of the everyday jobs that need doing to keep more than 600 different animals healthy and happy. “A team could mull over marketing as they muck out giraffes, ponder PR cleaning out penguins or deliberate data while dishing up dinner for a big cat.” More on www.keeperforaday.co.uk

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