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Zoos in AZ

Are you looking for the best zoos in Arizona to go visit? Look no further! We have a detailed guide of the best AZ zoos. If you are looking to spend the day seeing the beautiful animals that inhabit the Arizona zoos let our list help you find the best places to go. 

 
602-273-1341
455 Galvin Parkway, Phoenix, AZ 85008
http://www.phoenixzoo.org

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Visit This Zoo-One of the Top 5 In The US
The Phoenix Zoo can be safely declared as Robert E. Maytag's dream come true. He had not only worked relentlessly to establish this zoo but also mobilized the community for support and sustenance. Operating then – as currently – without government funding, the fledgling zoo struggled throughout its initial decade. Stability came with time and it has later on flourished, emphasizing quality of every exhibit and public programs. The Phoenix, AZ zoo is home to over 1,300 animals including 200 endangered species and participates in thirty seven Species Survival Plans (SSPs) to breed and maintain endangered species populations in captivity.

The Zoo has different timings during different months, so check the schedule on the website before you plan a visit. The Admission rates vary from $ 20-$10 while it is free for kids under 3 and the members.

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928-567-2840
3505 West Highway 260, Camp Verde, AZ 86322
http://www.outofafricapark.com

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Experience The Wildlife Adventure At Out Of Africa
This is an area where visitors can wander with the lions of Africa, stroll across the Serengeti with camels and ostriches, try and outrun a leopard or watch tigers playfully splashing with their friends in a natural pool. Though  many people dream of such exciting adventures, few truly get to experience nature in such a wild and up close manner. And for such adventurous souls who want to brave the wilds of the continents but simply isn’t quite ready to swim with the tigers, Out of Africa wildlife Park is the perfect setting.

Out of Africa wildlife Park is part nature preserve, part educational museum and completely outdoor wildlife fun! Guests can take a radio-controlled trolley tour of the Preserve, capturing the lions, tigers and other predators in their natural surroundings, or cruise the center of Africa from the safety of a safari vehicle led by professional guides. It is open daily from 9.30 a.m. till 5 p.m. except Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day

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520-791-4022
1100 South Randolph Way, Tucson, AZ 85716
http://www.tucsonzoo.org

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Experience Wildlife in Its Naturalistic Settings
The Tucson Zoo or Reid Park Zoo’s mission is “to encourage human commitment to the conservation of biological diversity and to supply academic and fun experiences for visitors of all ages.” The Zoo, founded in 1965 with a set of birds, prairie dogs, livestock, and a number of squirrel monkeys, has expanded  to a 24-acre field that houses many animals in naturalistic exhibits and annually hosts over 580,000 guests. 

The Reid Park zoo is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA). To be accredited, zoos have to undergo an intensive investigation to ensure that they have met, and can still meet, ever-rising standards. These standards cover animal care, veterinary programs, conservation, education, and safety. AZA requires zoos and aquariums to successfully complete this rigorous certification process every 5 years.

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623-935-9453
16501 West Northern Avenue, Litchfield Park, AZ 85340
http://www.wildlifeworld.com

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Gift Your Kids A Perfect Recreational Experience
Dragon World is an exciting part of the Wildlife World Zoo & Aquarium in AZ with a huge new display of animal exhibits including giant ectotherms which are in fact living “dragons”.  Like all reptiles, these creatures use the surroundings to regulate their body temperatures.  

Saltwater crocodiles from Australia and Southeast Asia are the largest and one of the most fearsome varieties of crocodile in the world.  The zoo also has many smaller crocodiles such as the Nile cruise, the African Dwarf cross and one of the planet’s almost extinct reptiles, the albino alligator. Many programs are run for the children to match their educational needs.  

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928-778-4242
1403 Heritage Park Road,, Prescott, AZ 86301
http://www.heritageparkzoo.org

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Experience The Exotic World of Animals
Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary, formerly called Heritage Park zoo, is a non-profit wildlife sanctuary dedicated to the conservation and protection of native and exotic animals. Set in scenic Prescott, Arizona, the sanctuary provides a platform of recreation, education and amusement for all ages. With the mission of "Conservation through Education," Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary provides a novel and up-close experience with animals guests may see nowhere else. Animals at Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary all have a story and lesson to show.

The most fascinating exhibits, and one which is exclusive to the Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary, is the Tarantula cave.  There are also 2 interactive enclosures: wallaby Walk-About and Kiwanis Korner Animal Encounter. Admission for members and kids to this AZ zoo is free for kids under 3, while for others it ranges from $5 to $8.

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