Celebrate Valentine’s Day Weekend in a Unique Way With the Binghamton Zoo
You've heard the expression "spicing up your love life." The Binghamton Zoo would love it, if you spiced things up with them this Valentine's Day weekend. It's not as creepy as I made it sound. If you and your loved one is looking for a unique way to celebrate that special day this year, reserve your spot for Courtship Tails at the Binghamton Zoo.
It's an adult-only tour that highlights exotic and quirky mating rituals of animals all around the world. For example, North American porcupines have a "hands-off policy except for one 12-hour period once a year.
It's a love-themed events with tours on February 16th and 17th at 10:30 a.m., 12 p.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. Each tour takes about an hour and a half that includes a guided tour, wine tasting, dessert, drinks and a commemorative photo to take home.
New this year, you'll be able to go behind the scenes to visit their snow leopard, Tushar. Reservations are required and you must be 21 years or older. You should dress warm because some walking is required.
Tours start at the Binghamton Zoo Education Center near the main entrance, go here for more information about Courtship Tails. Limited spots are available, so go here or call (607) 724-5461 ext. 235 to reserve your spot now.
The Binghamton Zoo is located at 60 Morgan Road in Binghamton.
[via Binghamton Zoo]