I currently work for the bird show at the zoo, but prior to that, I worked for Backstage Pass for a few months. It's a great bang for your buck. If you compare it to Sea World where you pay $200 for 20 minutes of animal time, BSP for 90 minutes at $99 is a steal! You get to feed rhinos, get your picture with a cheetah, and then there are many other possible animals that you might see. The rhinos and cheetah are basically guaranteed, then you will meet about 6 or 7 more including any combination of the following: flamingos, kangaroo, binturong, clouded leopards, servals, zebra, donkey, ground hornbill, artic wolf, redtail hawk, blue and gold macaw, kookaburra, tamandua, or porcupine. Some animals you get to feed, some animals you get to pet, and some you just get to admire from afar, but all in all it's a pretty great experience. I definitely recommend it! And if you have ANY questions during the presentation, by all means ask the host. They are there to make sure you learn every last fact that you want about the animals that they are sharing with you! There are professional photographers taking pictures throughout the experience and I highly recommend getting their pro shots. You can take your own pictures, but the pros can get into areas that guests can't. I think the entire CD of shots is $40 or so, so not bad at all!