Walk the Zoo with author Loretta Breuning.
It’s fun to learn about the mammal brain while watching it in action.
Free after zoo admission.
Meet at the chimpanzees, rain or shine
RSVP on the contact form below.
Los Angeles Zoo (Griffith Park) May 14
2 pm (meet at Chimpanzees, cement bench rows)
Santa Barbara January 29
Los Angeles January 31
San Francisco February 28
New York March 27
Dublin June 5
London (gorillas) June 12
– why animals obsess over food even when well fed
– why they’re so picky about who they mate with
– why zoo mothers reject their babies sometimes
– how a self-injuring animal can be helped
– how animals learn to survive once mama is gone
I’ll talk about the neurochemcial ups and downs that guide animals’ quest for food, safety, and reproduction. Bring your friends, family, and coworkers. It’s a great way to teach them about their mammal brain. Don’t see your city? Want a special tour tailored to your group’s needs? Write me on the contact form below. Visting Northern California? Book a standard tour here.
Animals have issues
Human frustrations make sense when you see them through an animal lens.
A walk through the zoo is a great way to think about: