Friday, February 12, 2010

Training with ZOOmility, Too

Training with ZOOmility, Too

Plus an optional benefit, “A Wild Night in the Vines with Jungle Jack Hanna” at Sylvester Winery!*
Join the crew of Conservation Ambassadors and Dr. Grey Stafford, author of ZOOmility: Keeper Tales of Training with Positive Reinforcement, for our second animal training workshop featuring dozens of exotic species in beautiful Central California's wine country. Paso Robles, California on May 29th and 30th, 2010.

The seminar will present positive reinforcement training techniques covering topics such as:

Training with the 3R’s,
Building an effective and species appropriate bridge (or two),
Aggression management with positive reinforcement,
The Least Reinforcing Scenario (LRS),
Alternate Response Training,
Behavior Approximation Recipes,
Plus, specific attendee submissions and more!

This educational workshop will feature a blend of discussion, behavior problem solving and live training demonstrations with exotic animals from all over the globe by Conservation Ambassadors' founders David and Anita Jackson. The Jacksons and Stafford have presented animals on national television shows such as Larry King Live, The Tonight Show, Ellen, The Late Show and many others. Each has worked with hundreds of zoo and domestic species for more than 20 years. ZOOmility was featured on NBC’s Tonight Show with Jay Leno!

So join us in Paso Robles, CA for this fun, unique and informative training experience. Come for the animals and training, stay for the wine!!

Training Seminar Registration Information

Session Dates: May 29th and 30th, 2010.

Cost is $159.00 US (does not include admission to Jack Hanna event) and includes light lunch on Saturday.

For more information or to register online visit  Follow ZOOmility on Facebook.

*A Wild Night in the Vines with Jungle Jack Hanna at Sylvester Winery (located adjacent to ZOO to YOU campus) Sunday evening, May 30th, 2010. Separate admission required. Visit  for more info. Proceeds to benefit Conservation Ambassadors animals, facilities and outreach programs.

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