We’re inviting you to Paws for a Moment with Brevard Zoo… our official podcast!
Have you ever wanted to know what a Zoo Director does? Or how animals are transported across the country? Ever wondered which of our giraffes is the silliest? You can find all of these answers – and much, much more – at your own listening convenience!
The podcast is hosted by the Zoo’s communications team, Bri Wright and Lauren Delgado. This duo invites experts from around the Zoo to answer their burning questions, get an inside look at how the Zoo operates, learn the tricks of the zookeeping trade and so much more. Each episode takes a deep dive into a new topic and there’s no shortage of fun to be had!
Episodes will be released on a biweekly basis – every other Sunday morning, so mark your calendars to listen to each new topic as it comes out. Each episode is around 30-45 minutes in length, making it the perfect listen on your commute to work, while cooking, winding down from a long day or whenever else you listen to your podcasts!
Take a peek at our first three episode topics:
Meet the Director – Releasing Sunday, July 17
Keith Winsten, the Executive Director of Brevard Zoo, shares his background – and his plans for our Zoo! Get to know Keith a bit more, and get inspired to help wildlife and people thrive.
Match.com for Zoo Animals – Releasing Sunday, July 31
Brevard Zoo’s Animal Registrar, Sebastian Carcano, and Animal Curator, Kim Castrucci, join us to talk about how and why animals get matched for breeding. They also discuss the intricacies of moving animals across the state – or country!
Meet the Tower– Releasing Sunday, August 14
Chelsea Herman, Brevard Zoo’s Animal Curator, and Nikki Perry, Expedition Africa’s Barn Supervisor, discuss everything you’ve ever wanted to know about giraffes. From what they eat, to their individual personalities, you’ll get a true insider look into our tower!
You can find Paws for a Moment with Brevard Zoo wherever you get your podcasts. Search for us on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Audible, Google Podcasts, Buzzsprout and more.
Have a question you want answered about animals, zookeeping or conservation? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and you just might hear us answer your question! We will record regular mailbag episodes, where we will have our experts address your most pressing questions.
Brevard Zoo is an independent, not-for-profit organization that receives no recurring government funding for our operating costs. Your generous support enables us to continue to serve our community and continue our vital animal wellness, education and conservation programs.