Take a walk through the Sanctuary as a naturalist leads your group along the nature trails and boardwalks. You will visit a variety of habitats with live native animals including bald eagles, Florida panthers, otters, crocodiles, bears, and more. Your guide will educate your group about the natural history of Florida's wildlife. You'll learn about endangered species, predator/prey relationships and the need for conservation. This is a one-of-a-kind unique opportunity to meet Florida's native animals face to face and to have all your questions answered by a knowledgeable naturalist.
Fee: $4.00 per person ($100.00 minimum for groups under 25 people).
Enjoy the benefits of a Sanctuary tour, with the additional experience of an educational program and hands-on encounter with some of the Sanctuary's residents in our Cypress Amphitheater. This combined tour and program gives your group the maximum wildlife experience while learning about Florida's mammals, birds and reptiles.
Fee: $5.00 per person ($125.00 minimum for groups under 25 people).
Please call the Sanctuary for more information and availablity.
Fee: $300.00 (no more than 10 people).
Celebrate a special day in a very unique way at the Busch Wildlife Sanctuary. Our shaded picnic area provides plenty of space for food, cake and games. A special wildlife program in our Cypress Amphitheater will be provided for you and all your guests.
Fee: $300.00 for venue rental and program. Monday through Saturday time slots include: 9:00 AM to 1200 PM or 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM. (Please call the Sanctuary for Sunday availability).
This program is designed to provide Boy and Girl Scout groups with the opportunity to visit the Sanctuary and experience a hands-on wildlife encounter while earning badges and community service hours.
Fee: Please call for details and availability.
To learn more about the Sanctuary’s educational programs call: (561)-575-3399
We bring the experience to you! Perfect for schools, clubs, luncheons, parties, and other groups. Our unique wildlife programs feature live animals including alligators, crocodiles, hawks, owls, snakes, skunks, opossums, and more. The presentations focus on the natural history of the animals, while discussing Florida's ecology, food chains, endangered species, urban wildlife, and much more.
Fee: $300.00 and up (based on location and length of program).