Meet the Animal Keepers

Live Animal Presentations

Randall Museum is home to more than 100 animals that can no longer survive in the wild. Some are injured so they cannot hunt for food or protect themselves from predators. Others were born in captivity or kept as pets so they never learned how to live in the wild. At the museum these animals can help visitors learn about and appreciate California’s wonderfully diverse wildlife.

Venture into the Randall Museum’s live animal exhibit, Wild in California Saturdays at 11:30 am, and join one of the animal keepers in an open discussion about the museum’s wildlife residents. Learn how the keepers care for the animals and how and where these creatures live in the wild. Kids and families will meet some of the animals up-close and can ask the keeper questions to find out more about their favorites. Visitors can meet a snake, check out a turtle, or maybe even touch a tortoise.

Meet the Animal Keeper - Live Animal Presentations
Open to all ages
Saturdays at 11:30 am

Animal Keepers

Dom Mosur

Dominik Mosur – Animal Care Attendant
(415) 554-9605

Dom works full time in the Live Animal Exhibit caring for animals, educating the public, and helping supervise the teen animal volunteers. He also does live animal presentations and bird walks on Corona Heights. A few years ago he earned the distinction of having The Big Year – he spotted the most species of birds in San Francisco in a twelve month period.

Our Animals

Learn more about our animals and the
environments they live in
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