On Tuesday, the Wallabies, capybaras, alpacas and rheas were celebrated.
Many of the animals at Wild Adventures are endangered species.
Stephanie Barden, who is the zoo-keeper at Wild Adventures stated that the reward of working with the animals is beyond measure.
"On a day to day basis, it's a lot of fun. We get a lot of chances to experience a lot of different things with a lot of our animals here and it's really, really great to watch an animal grow to trust you," said Barden.
Next week, November 24th-26th Wild Adventures will offer admission for teachers, first responders and military, as well as BOGO admission with food donations to Second Harvest of South Georgia.