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IT’S EASTER EGGSTRAVAGANZA TIME AT THE LIVING DESERT

Visit by Easter Bunny, Easter Egg Hunt and Activities Planned for April 15
PALM DESERT/INDIAN WELLS, CA • April 4, 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Erin Scott
Sr. Marketing and Public Relations Manager
760-346-5694 x.2610
escott@livingdesert.org

It is time to celebrate Easter at the annual “Eggstravaganza” at The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens on Saturday, April 15, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

More than 10,000 eggs will be hidden in Gecko Gulch for one of the biggest Easter egg hunts in the area. There will be four different hunts offered, as well as a special egg hunt for adults only. Adult egg hunt winners can walk away with special zoo tours and more.

“Eggstravaganza is an annual tradition and we are excited to offer families the opportunity to celebrate the Easter holiday while enjoying the sites and sounds of The Living Desert,” said Allen Monroe, President/CEO of The Living Desert.

One of the highlights of the day is a visit from the Easter Bunny, who along with his friends, will be strolling the zoo and taking pictures with guests. Plus, a variety of entertaining activities are planned including Easter crafts, face painting, corn hole, a maze, and animal encounters. Guests also will enjoy a race between The Living Desert’s Easter bunny and tortoise mascots.

The Living Desert’s Eggstravaganza is free for members and is included with paid park admission for non-members. Parking is always free. The zoo and gardens is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, visit www.LivingDesert.org or contact 760-346-5694.

About The Living Desert:
The Living Desert is an AZA-accredited zoo and gardens that is dedicated to desert conservation through preservation, education and appreciation. It is a family-friendly place to explore nature and create meaningful experiences for guests that are remembered for a lifetime. For more information: (760) 346-5694 or visit www.LivingDesert.org. The Living Desert is located at: 47900 Portola Avenue, Palm Desert, CA 92260.

Due to heavy storm erosion, our hiking trails will be closed until further notice. The Zoo is still open.