July 26-30, 2021
July 19-23, 2021
July 26 - 30 is full!
July 19 - 23 is full!
Join professional Zookeeper Drew for the summer camp of a lifetime, just outside The Woodlands! Campers will receive personalized instruction in animal husbandry, and spend their mornings caring for our reptiles, mammals, birds, and more!
Each morning campers will work as a team to feed and care for a variety of kid-friendly animals, as well as learning about the conservation mission of modern zoos. They'll have the opportunity to learn about animals, prepare food, feed animals, clean enclosures, and prepare enrichment activities for our ambassador animals. They'll also create conservation-based projects to protect our planet and the world we all live in.
Open to ages 10-12, our camp will give your animal lovers an experience they will remember forever!
Only 12 spots are available, so submit your registration today!
Monday - Friday
July 19-23, 2021 - FULL
July 26-30, 2021 - FULL
9:00 - Noon
Campers are required to be able to lift 20 pounds, follow directions and obey safety rules, and safely work around non-venomous reptiles, farm animals, and small, delicate animals such as insects and birds.
For the safety of both animals, campers, and staff, masks are required during camp.
Call 936-333-8616 to waitlist for Camp
Click here for Camp Forms
Meet the Staff
From a young age, Drew knew that he had a passion for animals, wildlife conservation and education. At age 11 while homeschooling, Drew started volunteering at The Woodlands Children’s Museum and at age 14, he started working for WOW! Science Camp, sharing his knowledge of reptiles and mammals with the campers.
After completing his Master's degree, Drew attended the Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo in Florida, the only zookeeper training program of its kind in the country. While at The Teaching Zoo, he was able to build connections with endangered species such as the Galapagos tortoises and tree kangaroos.
After graduating from The Teaching Zoo, Drew has worked with many species ranging from wolves and alligators to donkeys and Komodo dragons. He then decided it was time to open up his own zoo where he now keeps reptiles, amphibians, and mammals as ambassador animals to bring joy and inspire curiosity in children.
Drew is passionate about teaching others about animals and bringing people and nature together.
Drew Schulz, Instructor
The Learning Zoo
Now Open for Classes and Birthday Parties
15428 Delores Lane
Conroe, TX 77384
Near intersection of 1488 & 242
Just minutes from The Woodlands
Masks are optional in our outdoor exhibits, patio area, and zoo grounds, and required in our indoor reptile house.