On a 106-acre spread in southern Dallas, a particular species congregates every morning for a week at a time during certain parts of the year. That species: the yoga pants mom. The reason for their migration to these parts: Dallas Zoo day camps. During the summer — and again during both winter break and spring break — the Dallas Zoo hosts preschoolers through high schoolers for week-long themed educational camps. And the moms rejoice: They drop their kids off at 9 a.m. in a classroom just inside the gates where the order of the day includes animal encounters, zoo exploration and crafts. Said moms can then go to practice their standing bows, head to lunch with the ladies, clean up and drive to the camp pickup line at 3:30 p.m. And for those of us working for the man instead of flexing for the yogi, childcare is available for an additional fee both before and after camp begins. Wild.