Decatur, Ill. (WCIA).
This critter uncaged could fit perfectly between two people social distancing!
Scovill Zoo director, Ken Frye, introduces us to a six foot boa constructor and chats about how the zoo is operating under the current COVID phase 4 guidelines.
More from Ken:
• We are limiting the numbers of people in the zoo to 100 per half hour.
• People can guarantee admission by reserving their spot/buying tickets on-line at ScovillZoo.com.
• We are encouraging people to bring masks and to wear them in the gift shop.
• Once distanced out in the zoo many are removing masks.
• Please do not come if you have a fever or cough.
• Wash hands.
• The petting zoo and playground are open.
• The train, carousel, and Reptile house are closed.
This Sunday, July 19 is our Ice Cream Safari presented by Prairie Farms Ice Cream!
Regular admission rates apply ($7.50 adults, $5.50 children 2 – 12, kids one and under free.
Free ice cream 1:00 – 4:00 pm while supplies last.
Macon County Sheriff’s dept are again the zoo’s guest dippers.
Twilight Tuesday is July 28
Instead of 5:00 pm, the last admission will be at 7:00 pm.
Once in the zoo you can stay until 8:00 pm– it’s a cooler and quieter time to visit the zoo.