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  • Ponderosa Farm Mobile Pony & Petting Zoo Rentals
    MOBILE Pony & Pettin' Zoo comes complete with Chickens, Rabbits, Ducks, Llama, Goats, Sheep, Pigs, Cow, and More! Our goal is to provide quality petting zoo and educate the public about our animals. All zoo animals raised from babies on the farm. Farm resides in Wilmington, NC. Zoo travels all of NC. "There is no limit to what Ponderosa Farm can do to make any "HOE DOWN" a #1 experience. Ponies available with zoos. Discounts apply for schools and churches.

  • Alabama - Birmingham Zoo
    Welcome to the Birmingham Zoo, Alabama open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

  • Alaska Zoo
    The mission of the Alaska Zoo is to exhibit the wildlife of the Arctic and Sub-Arctic in a natural setting for the recreational enjoyment and educational enrichment of Alaskan residents and visitors to the state.

  • Albuquerque Biological Park - New Mexico
    Albuquerque Biological Zoo Park in New Mexico invites you to explore the mystery and diversity of living organisms in a beautiful setting.

  • Arizona - The Phoenix Zoo
    The Phoenix Zoo is one of America's most successful, privately-owned, nonprofit zoological parks. It began as the vision of one person, Robert E. Maytag, who worked tirelessly to rally community support on behalf of the zoo. The entrance to the Zoo is off Galvin Parkway in the heart of Papago Park, just 1/2 mile west of the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix, Arizona.

  • Arizona - Wildlife World Zoo
    Arizona's Largest Collection of Exotic Animals Up Close and Personal.

  • Arkansas -Little Rock Zoological Garden
    The Little Rock Zoo has long been one of Arkansas' great treasures. It began modestly in 1926, with just two animals - an abandoned timber wolf and a circus-trained brown bear. Today, the Zoo has grown to include almost 600 animals representing 170 species - some of them on the endangered list.

  • Austin Zoo Texas
    At Austin Zoo, adults and kids alike can enjoy the great outdoors and experience a close-up look at animals from around the world...all in a safe and friendy environment. Austin Zoo offers a shady picnic area complete with grills, and is a perfect place to hold a child's party, a family gathering or a company event. So, come over to the wild side of Austin, we're just 20 minutes from downtown.

  • Bear Country
    Established in 1972, this unique family owned and operated drive-through wildlife and zoo park (in South Dakota) has thrilled visitors to the Black Hills for over two decades. Enjoy a leisurely three mile drive through this spectacular and unique wildlife park nestled on 250 acres of Black Hills beauty. Bear Country U.S.A. features the world's largest private collection of North American Black Bear.

  • Bergen County Zoological Park
    This great zoo, located in Van Saun County Park, New Jersey is home to a wide variety of wild and domestic animals, living in recreated habitats natural to each species. The grounds are well-maintained, and the animals well cared for -- important for you and me.

  • Brandywine Zoo
    The Brandywine Zoo, Delaware's only zoo, is owned and operated by Delaware State Parks in cooperation with the Delaware Zoological Society. It is located in Wilmington, Delaware in the middle of the 180 acres of Brandywine Park across from the Brandywine River. The zoo itself covers 12 acres of land.

  • Brookfield Zoological Park
    Brookfield Zoo is home to animals representing more than 400 species. This magnificent collection inhabits nearly 20 naturalistic exhibits within the zoo's 216 acres. Brookfield Zoo is located at First Avenue and 31st Street in Brookfield, Illinois, approximately 14 miles west of downtown Chicago.

  • Buffalo Zoo Gardens - New York
    The Buffalo Zoo located in New York offers guests fascinating animal exhibits, naturalistic wildlife habitats, beautiful garden areas and several unique areas in which to enjoy an environment that is full of fun, adventure and history. The Buffalo Zoo is open everyday, rain or shine.

  • California - Feline Conservation Center
    Feline Conservation Center (FCC), also known as the Cat House, is located in Rosamond, California. Cat lovers of all ages who discover this desert zoo north of Los Angeles are surprised and amazed at the variety of wild cat species found here. We are dedicated to the protection and preservation of the world's endangered felines.

  • California - Happy Hollow Park and Zoo
    Happy Hollow Park & Zoo has been providing affordable family entertainment, education and fun since 1961. The Park is a peaceful, creative and safe place for children of all ages, with the main focus on "little ones" between the ages of 2-10. Happy Hollow is located in Kelley Park at 1300 Senter Road in San Jose, California.

  • California Happy Hollow Park & Zoo
    Happy Hollow Park & Zoo has been providing affordable family entertainment, education and fun since 1961. The Park is a peaceful, creative and safe place for children of all ages, with the main focus on "little ones" between the ages of 2-10. There are creative play areas, children's rides, hand puppet and marionette shows, special events, and birthday areas.

  • California - San Diego Wild Animal Park
    Welcome to the San Diego Wild Animal Park in California online! Although our Web site might not have all the sights, sounds and smells of this truly different wildlife preserve, we hope your visit here gives you a sense of what we're all about.

  • California - San Diego Zoo online!
    Welcome to the World-Famous San Diego, California Zoo online! Although our Web site might not have all the sights, sounds and smells of the real thing, we hope your visit to these pages gives you a sense of what we're all about.

  • California - Santa Ana Zoo
    Today the Santa Ana Zoo at Prentice Park is a nationally accredited public zoological garden occupying a unique urban site in the heart of Orange County. Situated on approximately 20 acres, it hosts more than 270,000 people annually.

  • California - The Oakland Zoo
    The Oakland Zoo in California is nestled in the rolling hills of 525-acre Knowland Park. Each year thousands of families and school groups from around the Bay Area come to visit over 300 native and exotic animals that live in naturalistic habitats at the Zoo.

  • California - The World-Famous San Diego Zoo
    World-Famous San Diego Zoo was founded by Dr. Harry Wegeforth in 1916. This colorful and extremely enterprising San Diego physician started the collection with 50 animals gathered from various local menageries. Today, the San Diego Zoo cares for over 3,800 animals of 800 different species. Its collection of animals, as well as its plant collection of over 6,500 species, is acknowledged as one of the finest in the entire world. San Diego Zoo is located in California.

  • Caribbean Gardens
    The Caribbean Gardens and Zoo in Naples, Florida Welcomes guests from 9:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. seven days a week.

  • Central Florida Zoological Park
    The Central Florida Zoological Park's most visible role is to provide its visitors with recreation and the opportunity to observe and learn about its unique and interesting animals. One of the Zoo's most critical functions is to provide a refuge for animal species that are threatened in the wild.

  • Cheyenne Mountain Zoo - Colorado
    Cheyenne Mountain Zoo! Here, you'll experience an unforgettable adventure combining our breathtaking mountain scenery with more than 500 animals, representing 146 different species. All your favorites are here...from giraffes and elephants to monkeys, penguins, hippos and even birds of prey. It's also a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see more than 25 endangered species including the Siberian tiger, Mexican wolf, and Black-footed ferret! Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is located in southwest Colorado Springs on the side of Cheyenne Mountain. Zoo is open every day of the year at 9 a.m.

  • Children's Museum of La Crosse
    We are a hands-on, interactive environment; a regional family place where the young and the young at heart can explore, create, experiment, learn and exercise their imaginations.

  • Cleveland Metroparks Zoo - Ohio
    Welcome to Cleveland Metroparks Zoo where thousands of animals from 7 continents roam the Zoo's 165 rolling wooded acres and 2 indoor acres of tropics - The RainForest. Take a virtual tour, learn about animals, find out about special events, sign up for a class, play a game, win prizes, buy gifts or become a member.

  • Clyde Peeling's Reptiland
    Clyde Peeling's Reptiland is an AZA accredited, specialized zoo featuring reptiles and amphibians from around the world. The zoo and its headquarters are located on US Route 15 in Allenwood, Pennsylvania.

  • Cohanzik Zoo
    This small zoo, nestled among the woods and waterways of Bridgeton City Park, is one of the last free zoos in the nation. More than 60 years old, the Cohanzik Zoo displays more than 100 animals in modern, naturalistic exhibits. Bridgeton, New Jersey.

  • Colorado - Butterfly Pavilion
    The Butterfly Pavilion & Insect Center opened in July 1995 to foster an appreciation of butterflies and other invertebrates and to educate the public about the need for conservation of threatened habitats. It was the first stand alone non-profit insect zoo in the nation.

  • Denver Zoological Gardens - Colorado
    The Denver Zoo in Colorado is open every day of the year, including all holidays! There are many ways to enhance your zoo visit, plan a special party or even travel to exotic locations with zoo staff members!

  • Dickerson Park Zoo
    Dickerson Park Zoo is located northeast of the intersection of Interstate 44 and Missouri Highway 13. In Springfield, Missouri.

  • Folsom Children's Zoo
    Welcome to Folsom Children's Zoo in Nebraska.

  • Fort Wayne Children's Zoo!
    Welcmoe to Fort Wayne Children's Zoo! In Fort Wayne Indiana.

  • Fort Worth Zoological Park and Aquarium
    Visit the Fort Worth Zoo and see more than 5000 exotic and native animals in beautifully landscaped natural habitats. The Fort Worth Zoo, established in 1909, is the oldest continuous zoo site in Texas and one of the top zoos in the nation.

  • Fossil Rim Wildlife Center
    At Fossil Rim, just 50 miles southwest of Fort Worth, you can visit with hundreds of rare and endangered animals from around the world that roam free on 1,500 acres of unspoiled countryside...some of the most spectacular in Texas. Whether you spend the day, or stay for several, your visit to Fossil Rim might just make a natural world of difference. Rain or shine, any time of year, we hope to see you soon!

  • GameYard.com - online and downloadable games
    Free on-line and trial downloadable games: tetris, lines, bubbles, pacdoom, chess, checkers, puzzles, other board and strategy games

  • Grant's Farm - Missouri
    Welcome to the Grant's Farm web site. Grant's Farm is a 281 acre wildlife preserve and historical site located just south of the city of St. Louis, Missouri and is owned by Anheuser-Busch, Inc. The Farm is home to hundreds of exotic animals from around the world.

  • Henry Vilas Zoo - Wisconsin
    The Henry Vilas Zoo is ready to make your visit fun and educational. We are free, so come visit us as often as you'd like, whenever you'd like! Visitors can picnic under our Zoo Tent or at picnic tables throughout the zoo grounds. Located in Wisconsin.

  • Henson Robinson Zoo
    Welcome to the Henson Robinson Zoo website in Springfield, Illinois. Located in the Lake Springfield area, the Zoo offers the possibility of a pleasant, entertaining, informative and relaxing visit.

  • Honolulu Zoo Hawaii
    The Honolulu Zoo Web site contains a wide variety of animal photos and descriptions. Our lions, tigers, rhinos, birds, reptiles, etc. are all featured in the Zoo Tour. In addition, there is the Zoo Talk site for asking animal questions and visitor sites with information about the zoo programs.

  • Houston Zoological Gardens
    Welcome to the Houston Zoological Gardens in Texas.

  • Insect Zoo Iowa
    The Insect Zoo at Iowa State University is an outreach program developed to foster an appreciation of insects found in Iowa and throughout the world.

  • Jacksonville Zoological Gardens
    Experience the fascination, and rewarding entertainment of your local zoo, a great place for the whole family. The Jacksonville Zoo is bigger and better than ever! It's a natural wonderland filled with 800+ rare and exotic creatures. As a visitor to Florida's First Coast or as a lifetime resident, you'll find that the Zoo brings out curiosity, excitement, and friendliness in everyone, no matter what the age.

  • Kansas City Zoo - Missouri
    The Kansas City Zoo is located in Missouri.The Zoo is easily accessible from all areas of Kansas City. The Zoo serves as a hub for thousands to come together to learn about and work toward a better environment for animals and humans.

  • Kansas - Topeka Zoological Park-
    The zoo opened in 1966, as the first large animal facility built under Zoo Director Gary K Clarke. Currently, this building is home for Zoo's African Elephant "Tembo" and Asian Elephant "Sunda". Other species residing in this building are : River Hippos, Reticulated Giraffes, Black & White Colobus, Black & White Ruffed Lemur,Red Ruffed Lemur, White Storks, East African Crowned Cranes and several smaller species. Located in Kansas.

  • Long Island Game Farm
    We offer families a natural environment where they can learn about wildlife and animals through education and entertainment. Come explore nature trails that lead to over 75 different species of exotic and domestic animals. You'll see animals like baby North American Black Bear, buffalo, squirrel monkeys, cougars, giraffe, zebra, ostrich, tarantula and alligators. Located in Manorville, Long Island, New York.

  • Louisville Zoological Garden
    Welcome to the Louisville Zoological Garden in Kentucky. The Louisville Zoo is just 15 minutes from downtown Louisville, KY, easily accessible from I-64 and I-65. Take I-264 (Watterson Expressway) to Poplar Level Road exit #14 and travel north.

  • Massachusetts - DavisFarmland
    Davis' Farmland is New England's first handicapped and child accessible farm. Restrooms are equipped with changing stations and some have kiddie toilets. Wheelchairs, strollers and double-seated wagons are available at Guest Services in limited quantities.

  • Milwaukee County Zoo - Wisconsin
    The Milwaukee County Zoo is considered among the finest Zoos in the country. It is situated on 200 wooded acres and is home to approximately 2500 animals, representing 300 species of mammals, birds, reptiles, fish and invertebrates.

  • Moody Gardens, Galveston, TX
    Welcome to the new Moody Gardens! Water your imagination and travel the oceans of the world at The Aquarium at Moody Gardens. Step into the Rainforest Pyramid with thousands of tropical plants, exotic fish, birds and butterflies at the zoo. Located in Texas.

  • Nashville Zoo at Grassmere - Tennessee
    Nashville Zoo at Grassmere is open daily except Christmas and New Year's Day. Inclement weather may cause an unannounced closing for the safety of our guests and our animals. In Tennessee.

  • National Aviary in Pittsburgh
    The National Aviary is an accredited organization funded by the Allegheny Regional Asset District. The National Aviary is located in historic West Park on Pittsburgh's North Side in Pennsylvania.

  • National Zoological Park - Washington
    The National Zoo has many innovative and exciting exhibits. They are all designed around the BioPark concept.

  • Niabi Zoo
    Niabi Zoo offers an exciting learning experience, and is home to over 900 animals representing more than 160 species.

  • North Carolina Zoological Park
    The North Carolina Zoological Park, with more than 500 acres in its African and North American continental regions, is a place of wonder and discovery. It is the country's largest and finest walk-through, natural-habitat zoo.

  • Northwest Trek Wildlife Park - Washington
    Northwest Trek Wildlife Park 11610 Trek Drive East Eatonville, WA 98328 (360) 832-6117

  • Oklahoma City Zoo
    Welcome to the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Zoo web site. Established in 1904, the Zoo is the oldest zoo in the Southwest and one of the nation's largest zoological parks. Situated on more than 110 beautifully landscaped acres, we are home to nearly 2,000 animals representing more than 500 different species.

  • Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo
    At Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo our most important asset in promoting conservation awareness on a local, regional, national and global basis is our ability to provide exciting recreational opportunities that simultaneously enhance our visitors' knowledge of the natural world. Henry Doorly Zoo is in the Omaha, Nebraska.

  • Oregon Zoo
    Oregon Zoo is only 5 minutes from downtown Portland on Highway 26 West--also called Sunset Highway. The Washington Park Zoo, as it was then called, celebrated its 100th birthday in 1987. From its humble beginnings in the back of a pharmacy in downtown Portland to its prominence as the leading paid attraction in the state of Oregon, the zoo has seen a multitude of changes.

  • Palm Beach Zoo at Dreher Park
    Take a PAWS from the ordinary and discover why Palm Beach Zoo at Dreher Park, Florida is the number-one family attraction in Palm Beach County. You will meet hundreds of animals from Florida, Central and South America, Asia and Australia.

  • Philadelphia Zoo
    The mission of the Philadelphia Zoo is to provide for the education and recreation of the public, as well as engage in research and conservation. This four-part mission is predicated upon exhibiting a diverse collection of animals while maintaining a commitment to the highest standards of animal management and animal care. In Pennsylvania.

  • Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium
    With the broad blue expanse of Puget Sound as a backdrop, Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium is not only one of the top zoos in the country, it is amongst the most beautiful. Nestled on 29 acres inside the 700-acre Tacoma, Wash. park, this zoo & aquarium brings you eye to eye with icy white beluga whales, playful pachyderms, intriguing sharks and brilliant reptiles.

  • Popcorn Park Zoo
    The Popcorn Park Zoo is truly one of a kind. It was established in 1977 for the sole purpose of providing a refuge for wildlife that are elderly, sick, abandoned, or injured, and which could no longer survive in the wild. Forked River, New Jersey.

  • Prospect Park Wildlife Center
    The Wildlife Center is designed for learning about wildlife. Special programs and pre-visit materials for teachers and school groups are offered year-round. Courses for the general public are offered as well. The Prospect Park Wildlife Center is located on Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn, New York.

  • Reptile Gardens - South Dakota
    Exhibiting the World's Largest Reptile Collection living among rare and beautiful minerals, fossils, and sculptures. On Reptile Gardens' DEATH ROW you can see more of the world's deadliest snakes than can be seen anywhere else on earth. This zoo can be found in South Dakota.

  • Riverbanks Zoological Park & Bot. Garden
    Riverbanks Zoological Park & Botanical Garden, in Columbia, South Carolina, offers a relaxing, entertaining and unique educational experience for the entire family.

  • San Francisco Zoological Gardens
    Welcome to the San Francisco Zoological Gardens. The major zoological park in Northern California and one of the Bay Area's most popular cultural and recreational attractions, the San Francisco Zoo is home to over 250 species of exotic and domestic mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and invertebrates.

  • Santa Barbara Zoo -
    The Santa Barbara Zoological Gardens is located on over 30 acres overlooking East beach. From U.S. 101, take either Milpas Street or Hot Springs/ Cabrillo Boulevard Exits to Cabrillo Boulevard, then turn toward the mountains at Ninos Drive. The Zoo is approximately 30 minutes North of Ventura, and 30 minutes South of Solvang. Santa Barbara Zoo in California.

  • Sedgwick County Zoo
    The 247-acre Sedgwick County Zoo opened in 1971 and has been ranked among the best zoos in the world. Displaying over 2,000 animals of 436 species, it is the number one tourist attraction in Kansas. The Sedgwick County Zoo is located at 5555 Zoo Boulevard in Wichita, Kansas USA.

  • Seneca Park Zoo - New York
    The Seneca Park Zoo is owned and operated by Monroe County. The Seneca Park Zoo Society is a not-for-profit organization that has, since 1957, provided education, fund raising, special events and public relations support to Monroe County's Seneca Park Zoo in Rochester, New York.

  • Seneca Park Zoo - New York
    The Zoo is open every day of the year. Gates open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. everyday of the year and until 6 p.m. on weekends and holidays during the summer (May 15 - October 15). Grounds are open one hour after gates close. In New York.

  • Sierra Safari Zoo - Nevada
    Sierra Safari Zoo is now the largest zoo in Nevada. We currently have over 150 animals of 40+ species. We lovingly nurture and raise every one of them to be as friendly and happy as possible

  • St. Augustine Zoological Park - Florida
    Welcome to the web site of the world's only complete collection of Crocodilians. All 23 species from around the world are on display in our entertaining and educational zoological park, accredited by the America Zoo and Aquarium Association. Located in Florida.

  • St. Louis Zoo - Missouri
    Welcome to the St. Louis Zoo, One of the best zoos in the Midwest"--Family. Located in Missouri.

  • Sunset Zoo-Manhattan Kansas
    Welcome to the Sunset Zoo-Manhattan Kansas. Sunset Zoo's Education Department offers animal programs and many types of presentations for your group or organization.

  • Texas - Zoo Show
    Zoo Show presents a demonstration of live exotic reptiles, mammals and birds which emphasizes a message of respect for the living world. An educational presentation is delivered in a fun and exciting way, tailored to the age of the audience (preschool to adult).

  • The Caldwell Zoo
    The Caldwell Zoo admission to the zoo is free year round! We have concession and picnic areas, convenient restrooms, fountains and telephones. Special educational programs are offered. A children's petting corral is located in the Texas Far section of the Zoo.

  • The Como Park Zoo
    Como Zoo is a FREE zoo located in Como Park, St. Paul, Minnesota. We are open all year round, including holidays.

  • The Knoxville Zoo - Tennessee
    Welcome to the Knoxville Zoo, in Tennessee! The zoo is open from 9:30 am until 4:30 pm EST Monday thru Friday, and from 9:30 am until 5:00 pm EST Saturday and Sunday. Monday thru Friday we stop selling tickets at 3:30 pm EST and on Saturday and Sunday at 5:00 pm EST.

  • The Los Angeles Zoo
    The Los Angeles Zoo, home to 1,200 animals representing 350 species, is located in Griffith Park at the junction of the Ventura (134) and Golden State (5) freeways. Admission is $8.25 for adults and $3.25 for children ages 2 to 12. For information not found in this website, please call (323) 644-6400.

  • The Memphis Zoo - Tennessee
    The Memphis Zoo is a preserves wildlife through education, conservation and research. Our staff and volunteers are dedicated to providing a naturalistic and enriching sanctuary for our animals and a clean, friendly, entertaining and educational experience for our guests.

  • The Mill Mountain Zoo
    The Mill Mountain Zoo exhibits over 50 species of exotic and native animals on a ten acre site in Roanoke, Virginia. Winding pathways and observation areas in an oriental setting provide close viewing of such animals as a Siberian Tiger, Red Pandas, Golden Lion Tamarins, Tree Kangaroos, and Snow Leopards.

  • The Panaewa Zoo
    The Panaewa Zoo is located in Hilo,on the Island of Hawaii THE FRIENDS OF THE ZOO is a volunteer services organization to support the aims, policies and programs of the PANAEWA ZOO.

  • The Parks at Chehaw
    Elevated boardwalks and paths through more than 100 acres of Georgia's piney woods let you get a close up glimpse of both native and exotic animals roaming in natural habitats. Chehaw Wild Animal Park (zoo)is located within The Parks at Chehaw, an 800-acre recreation facility.

  • The Queens Wildlife Center
    The Queens Wildlife Center is located at 53-51 111th St. in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens, New York. A visit to the Queens Wildlife Center in Flushing Meadows Park takes you on an American wildlife adventure. You will see spectacled bears; come face-to-face with a mountain lion; stroll through the open aviary; and discover majestic Roosevelt elk, American bison and more.

  • The San Antonio Zoo
    With over 3,500 animals representing 750 species, The San Antonio Zoo, Texas maintains one of the largest animal collections in the United States. Located in Brackenridge Park, the Zoo is situated at the headwaters of the San Antonio River, and is surrounded by scenic limestone cliffs.

  • The Toledo Zoo - Ohio
    Known as the world's most complete zoo, The Toledo Zoo in Ohio is just the right size for an afternoon visit or an all-day affair! State-of-the-art exhibits together with historical architecture are fully blended to provide our animals with the best possible environment and offer our visitors an exciting experience.

  • The Virginia Zoo
    The Virginia Zoological Park seeks to increase understanding of the world's flora and fauna and to add to the growing body of knowledge about them; to display animals respectfully, in a natural way that encourages their natural behavior; to conserve animals and their habitats; and to offer opportunities for learning and enjoyment to the public.

  • The Wilds
    The Wilds is a non-profit wildlife and zoologicalconservation center where education and research provide opportunities for people and survival for wildlife. Located in Ohio.

  • The ZOO Gulf Breeze - Florida
    Visit one of the most unique and friendly zoos in America. Come take a safari to The ZOO! A wildlife experience awaits you with over 700 animals surrounded by botanical gardens. Plan to spend the day with us experiencing nature at its best and enjoy all The ZOO has to offer. At this friendly zoo, you can get a close look at bears, tigers, rhinos and zebras. Located in Florida.

  • Tracy Aviary
    Located on 7.5 acres of land in Liberty Park, Tracy Aviary is America's oldest and largest bird park. It was founded in 1938 by Salt Lake City banker Russell Lord Tracy when he donated his private bird collection to Salt Lake City, Utah.

  • Tulsa City Zoo - Oklahoma
    Tulsa Zoo and Living Museum Mission in Oklahoma provides its visitors experience, both enjoyable and meaningful, that promotes conservation through an understanding of the role of wildlife in the world.

  • Turtleback Zoo
    Recently celebrating its 30th birthday, the Turtleback Zoo, located in South Mountain Reservation, houses 500 animals of 200 different species. Focusing on New Jersey wildlife, the collection includes cougars, bison, eagles, and wolves, all of which were originally found in the state.

  • Utah's Hogle Park Zoo
    Hogle Zoo in Utah features hundreds of animals from around the world.

  • Warner Park Zoo
    Warner Park Zoo is located just minutes from downtown Chattanooga, Tennessee. It's a unique 3.5-acre facility offering visitors a glance at exciting wildlife from around the world.

  • Wildlife Safari
    Welcome to Wildlife Safari, the Northwest's premier drive-thru exotic wild animal park. Located inWinston, Oregon, just 6 miles south of Roseburg, Wildlife Safari is a unique zoo experience in Southwest Oregon.

  • Woodland Park Zoo, Washington
    Woodland Park Zoo is locatd in Seattle, Washington.

  • Zoo Atlanta
    Zoo Atlanta is located in historic Grant Park, minutes from downtown Atlanta, Georgia and less than a mile from Turner Field - home of the Atlanta Braves.

  • Zoo Boise - Idaho
    Zoo Boise in Idaho is open daily from 10am until 5pm. On Thursdays during the summer, Zoo Boise gets really wild with extended hours until 9pm. Don't forget, Thursday is family day with reduced prices!

  • ZooMontana
    ZooMontana's vision is to become an outstanding zoological and botanical park specializing in northern latitude species.

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