Services

  • *Zooprize Parties

“Zooprize” Parties are a fun and entertaining way to celebrate a birthday, special event or even just a festive get together. The program can be performed in your home, at a park, community center or any place you are planning on having your celebration.

The birthday child will be our Super Safari Helper and will be involved with all aspects of the event. One of our highly skilled trainers will get everyone involved solving the fun rhymes and clues given to work out the mystery of what amazing animal is inside the huge, pre-wrapped, ventilated birthday boxes. After the trainer gives a brief description and few fun facts, they will invite your guests to ask questions and interact with the animal, if possible–most of them are! This is an interactive, educational, and fun way to make any celebration memorable.

We travel throughout Southern California. Please contact us for exact travel fee. (I don’t know where to best put this)

Three different “Zooprize” Parties to choose from.

  • Wild Zooprize
    • $550
    • Trainer’s choice of 6 animals
  • Classic Zooprize
    • $600
    • Your choice of 5 animals
  • Ultimate Zooprize
    • $650
    • Your choice of 7 animals & a photo session
    • Photos are of course allowed throughout the entire program yet the photo session is an opportunity for each of your guests to sit & hold one photo animal as you snap a picture.

*Animal Ambassadors

See all the animals available for your “Zooprize” celebration

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  • Additions (theme, special set up, photo area setup, etc.)

Our “Zooprize” programs are best for smaller groups of 25 kids or less, we are happy to accommodate more guests; however, guest interaction with animals will be more limited. 

Want to honor multiple children at the same party?  Brother, sister, cousin, friend, no problem!

Want more animals to join in the fun? Add an animal of your choice for an additional $25 each.

  • *Learning Safaris

Take your students on a Learning Safari!

Our educational programs bring a fun, engaging & safe way to learn about the natural world around us. From Pre-school to High School, family fun nights or fundraisers, library programs, company picnics, scout or troop meetings, we create programs that are age & grade level appropriate. While filling it with information & facts but also with laughs and audience participation to keep the students interested and engaged taking back to the home or to the classroom what they’ve learned on their Learning Safari.

Assembly/Large Group Programs (up to 400 people) – $475

Classroom Program (under 60 children) – $425

Discount available for additional Programs the same day, location & theme.

Browse some of our most popular Learning Safari Program themes. If you do not see one that fits your curriculum or needs, we can customize one to fit perfectly, please just ask!

*Program Themes (Top 5 are our most popular but want to include others in some way)

Wild World – Travel the world and learn about different habitats and adaptations from a range of animals. We will learn about the different continents that these animals originate from and their special environments and how they adapt to their specific homes.

Rainforest Alive – Learn about the world’s rainforests and their animals. Travel through the layers of the Rainforest, from the emergent layer through the canopy, the understory down to the forest floor with this exciting program. This show also has a conservation message that will be easy to follow, even for the youngest friends.

God’s Great Creatures – Custom make your own program with your favorite animals. From the creepiest to the cute, animals are all God’s great creatures and were put here for a reason. Let us teach you about each animal’s job in the wild and why God chose to share each one with us.

Fur, Feathers and Fun – This hand’s on program is an adventure in the sensations of touch, with the topic on the different animal body coverings and why each animal’s body has a different covering. From fur to feathers and scales to spines, there is a great lesson to learn. This program is perfect for groups of 60 or less, but can accommodate larger groups as well.

Zoophonics – A is for Alligator, B is for Bettong. Perfect for the youngest adventurers, this program focuses on letter & sound recognition, as well as introducing multi-syllable words, all with a wild twist.

Animal Antics – The hilarious things that animals do to survive. Some animals play dead, some can bend, twist and turn or wiggle away and some will make sounds to blend in with their surroundings. Each animal has it’s own antics and what a fun way to learn about what they do.

North American Natives – From our own backyard to the opposite coast, we are so lucky to have such beautiful animals living near by. Learn about the amazing creatures that share our native North America with us.

Wild West Roundup – Enjoy a fun hiking and camping adventure story, where you can discover the animals of the mountains, deserts and forests while pretending to be there yourself. Great for camps, picnics and family nights.

Survivor – Learn about each animal’s way of surviving, while trying to survive some challenges yourself. This show is great for large groups and varied ages. Volunteers will be chosen to “compete” with certain challenges against the animals. Speed, bravery and strength are just a few that will keep everybody cheering.

Mrs. Noah’s Ark – Mrs. Noah will arrive dressed in her full Ark attire to tell the story of how she cared for the animal’s on the Ark and the way each animal helped out and did their part as well. This is a wonderful biblical based story that is perfect for the younger friends to learn about Noah and the animals at the same time. (Could be grouped with God’s Greatest Creatures as Faith-based themes)

Tongues, Tales and Scales – Learn the five different types of reptiles and what makes them feared by so many. These cold blooded creatures have sometimes been overdramatized by Hollywood and it is time to learn the truth about these scaly animals.

A Bug’zz Life – What makes a bug (arthropod) so special and why are they so important in the circle of life? It’s time to find out. This show is perfect for all ages and grade levels and will include bug’s and bug eater’s!

Make A Splash, Make A Difference – Some animal’s lives are dependant on water and some animals can make due without. Learn how each animal makes the best use of their surroundings and how we can make a difference and help to make sure animals close to us can have abundant and clean water.

Animal’s on The Edge  This show is perfect for any age, we should all know about endangered animals and what we can do to help out. From simple recycling to adopting a part of the rainforest, this show end’s on the wonderful success story of the alligator, who was taken OFF the endangered species list in 1972.

Out of Africa – Go on an African adventure to discover the secretive animals of Africa. So many sounds are heard, but the smaller animals are rarely seen. Discover what so many are missing.

+ Custom Programs

Our Educators are happy to create a custom theme to fit your learning desires & science outcomes. Contact us to discuss the perfect Learning Safari.

*Animal Ambassadors

Take a peek at all the Animal Ambassadors that may join you on your Learning Safari.

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  • * Meet & Greets

Our Meet & Greets allow your guests to come eye to eye with our animal ambassadors in a fun, safe, & educational environment. One of our trainers will be initiating conversation, answering all questions & facilitating interaction with the animals when possible. This is the perfect addition to your event, especially if there are other activities going on at the same time.

  • Classic Meet & Greet

Animal ambassadors are rotated every 5-10 minutes so people can enjoy the event and keep coming back for more fun. We can station ourselves as a place to go to within your event or the animal ambassadors can mix & mingle walking around with the trainer within your event. Suggested that you pick 5 Animal Ambassadors.

First hour: $550, second hour $400 and each additional hour $350

  • Ultimate Meet & Greet

Take your event to the next level with the Ultimate Meet & Greet. This includes the fun interaction with animal ambassadors of our Classic Meet & Greet but creates additional opportunities to engage & learn with artifacts and small aquariums with animals such as a tree frog or a tarantula. All while adding a unique immersive experience your guests will never forget. Suggested that you pick 7 Animal Ambassadors.

2 hour minimum suggested.

First hour: $700, second hour $550 and each additional hour $400

  • Photo Meet & Greet

A photo Meet & Greet allows your guests an unforgettable photo opportunity with our Animal Ambassadors that can be customized & created to fit the theme of your event. Harry Potter, Safari, Jungle, Medieval, or Spooky Halloween; Pacific Animal Productions is award winning in exhibit design and can provide curated backdrops & props to create a picture perfect snapshot. Pictures are taken by the guests or your own professional photographer.  Price quote is customized based on variety of factors. Please call us to plan & discuss the perfect Photo Meet & Greet for your event.

*Animal Ambassadors

Meet some of the animals that can make your next event wild.

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All Animals (Also List for Fair Animal Ambassadors)

Licensed by USDA, CA Fish & Wildlife, US Fish & Wildlife & our local animal agencies, 

we provide a home for animals that have been displaced & need a permanent home. Some have come to us from other animal facilities, confiscations from government agencies, or from owners who have kindly donated them to our facility. By being Animal Ambassadors they are able to educate thousands of people about their species in their natural habitats. Mojo – Capuchin Monkey

Lilly Anne – Spider Monkey

Maliki – Vervet Monkey

Bello – Ring-tailed Lemur

Paco – Two-toed Sloth

Pattie – Prehensile-tailed Porcupine

Valentina & Nanner – Kinkajou

Mr. Magoo – Kinkajou

Shariff – Binturong

Barkley – Short-nosed Rat Kangaroo

Piper – Bennett’s Wallaby

Cheeya – Mountain Coati

Quillo – African Crested Porcupine

Ellie & Beau – African Crested Porcupine

Jasper – Fennec Fox

Fiona – Fennec Fox

Pawsie – Hairless Cat

Amy – Hairy Armadillo

Harriett – Hairy Armadillo

Amador – Hairy Armadillo

Ana & Elsa – Virginia Opossum

Opal & Blossom – Virginia Opossum

Hoover – Tamandua

Daisy – Rabbit

Jack – Sugar Glider

MJ & Gwen – Sugar Glider

Calypso & OB – Chinchilla

Dora & Chaquita – Chinchilla

Harry, Ron & Hermione – Hedgehogs

Gertrude & Peanut – Hedgehogs

Tahoe – Swainson’s Hawk

Gizmo – Barn Owl

Tumbleweed – Great Horned Owl

Whisper – Eurasian Eagle Owl

Horus – American Kestrel

Moe & Larry – Laughing Kookaburra

Jacamo – Turaco

Midori – Crimson-rumped Toucanet

Louie – Emu

Skittles & Rainbow – Rosellas

Purple & Rain – Doves

Goldie – Golden Pheasent

Royal Family – Indian Peafowl

Hey Hey – Chicken

Cotton Ball – Silkie Chicken

The Girls – Chicken Flock

Sophie, Meagan & Spanky – Green-winged Macaws

Hannibal – Harlequin Macaw

Keenie & Picasso – Blue & Gold Macaw

Lenny, Angel, Sydney & Lilly – Cockatoos

General & Tequila, Joey – Amazon Parrots

Zuri – African Grey Parrot

Carly – Blue-headed Parrot

Katie – Sun Conure

Allye – American Alligator

Big Al – American Alligator

Captain Crunch – American Alligator

Bubba – American Alligator

Myrtle – Soft-shell Turtle

Franklin – Red-footed Tortoise

Minnie – Sulcata Tortoise

Ricky & Ricardo – Sulcata Tortoise

Tonk & Tank – Sulcata Tortoise

Donatello – Sulcata Tortoise

Cali – California Desert Tortoise

Cecil – Gopher Tortoise

Squirt & Squirtle – Box Turtles

Shelly & Turbo – Russian Tortoises

George, Monty & Zeus – Burmese Pythons

Malachi – Dumeril’s Ground Boa

Cal & Starlord – Red-tailed Boas

Flo-Rida – Florida Kingsnake

Puff – Ball Python

Check – Corn Snake

Kenya – Sand Boa

Tyrone – Red Tegu

Bonnie & Clyde – Black & White Tegu

Mac – Savannah Monitor

Diamond – Plated Lizard

Chum Lee – Cane Toad

Nigel – African Pixie Frog

Kermit & Friends – White’s Tree Frogs

The Three Musketeers – Barred Salamanders

Walking Sticks

Dubai Cockroaches

Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches

Hairy Scorpion

Emperor Scorpion

Tinkerbell – Chaco Golden Knee Tarantula

Rosy – Rose-haired Tarantula

Program Animal Ambassadors (Zooprize Parties, Learning Safari & Meet & Greet list)

  Monkey* $

Paco – Two-toed Sloth*$

Barkley – Short-nosed Rat Kangaroo

Piper – Bennett’s Wallaby

Jasper – Fennec Fox

Pawsie – Hairless Cat

Hairy Armadillo

Ana & Elsa – Virginia Opossum

Hoover – Tamandua

Daisy – Rabbit

Sugar Glider

Chinchilla

Hedgehog

Tahoe – Swainson’s Hawk *

Gizmo – Barn Owl*

Tumbleweed – Great Horned Owl *

Horus – American Kestrel*

Laughing Kookaburra

Hey Hey – Chicken

Cotton Ball – Silkie Chicken

Macaws*

Cockatoo 

Talking Parrot*

Joey – Lilac Crested Amazon*

Zuri – African Grey Parrot*

Carly – Blue-headed Parrot*

Katie – Sun Conure*

American Alligator

Franklin – Red-footed Tortoise

Minnie – Small Sulcata Tortoise

Ricardo & Donatello – Large Sulcata Tortoise

Cali – California Desert Tortoise

Cecil – Gopher Tortoise

Squirt & Squirtle – Box Turtles

Shelly & Turbo – Russian Tortoises

Burmese Python

Malachi – Dumeril’s Ground Boa

Red-tailed Boa

Flo-Rida – Florida Kingsnake

Puff – Ball Python

Check – Corn Snake

Kenya – Sand Boa

Tegu Lizard

Mac – Savannah Monitor Lizard

Diamond – Plated Lizard

Chum Lee – Cane Toad

Nigel – African Pixie Frog

Kermit & Friends – White’s Tree Frogs

Walking Sticks

Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches

Emperor Scorpion

Tarantula

We need to differentiate the non-pettable & pettable; currently have icon on which are pettable to highlight what they can do rather than what they can’t.

I’ve * the NON-pettable animals

$ = Premium animal which is an additional charge