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Yosemite Learning

Wee Wild Ones

Wee Wild Ones is an interactive program for kids 6 and younger who are wild
about Yosemite. This exciting Yosemite program for kids brings the park's famous inhabitants to life including animals, plants, and people. Programs may feature fun stories, songs, games, crafts, or other hands-on activities. Parent(s) and/or
guardian(s) are encouraged to participate.

The Details

When and where
Please check the Yosemite Guide or Yosemite's Weekly Program Listing for up-to-date information and offerings.

45 minutes.

Advanced registration is not required.



What to bring
Please dress for the weather including comfortable, close-toed footwear. In addition, please bring water, snacks, hat, sunscreen, and sunglasses during the warmer months.

We can accommodate various special needs with advance notice. We have assistive listening devices for those who are hard of hearing or, potentially, an interpreter for participants who are Deaf. The program is wheelchair accessible. If possible, please inform us of any needs before the program.

Call Delaware North at Yosemite Interpretive Services at 209-372-1153.

Other Interpretive Programs
This is just one of many Yosemite interpretive programs available to guests. For more information, please visit For specific information regarding interpretive programs for families, please visit