Located in Tucson, Arizona, the Reid Park Zoo spans 24 acres and houses more than 500 animals from various regions worldwide. Established in 1965, the zoo has been committed to providing engaging wildlife experiences and educational opportunities and contributing to global conservation efforts. The zoo's layout and design emphasize naturalistic habitats, allowing visitors to connect with wildlife in a more immersive setting.

Visitors to the Reid Park Zoo can explore exhibits such as the South America Loop, the Asian Elephant Exhibit, and the African Savannah. Interactive experiences, including giraffe feedings and behind-the-scenes tours, provide unique opportunities to learn about and engage with the animals. Seasonal events, educational programs, and family-friendly activities create a dynamic and enjoyable experience for guests of all ages.

The Reid Park Zoo actively participates in conservation initiatives on both local and global levels. It is involved in various species survival plans, research projects, and community outreach efforts to promote conservation awareness and wildlife preservation. By collaborating with other zoos, conservation organizations, and researchers, the zoo safeguards endangered species and their natural habitats.

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    24 acres
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  • Key Exhibits:
    South America Loop || African Savannah || Asian Elephant Exhibit || African Wild Dog Exhibit || Expedition Tanzania || Lee H. Brown Family Conservation Learning Center || Aldabra Tortoise Exhibit || Lion Exhibit || Grizzly Bear Exhibit || Flamingo Lagoon || Aviary
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    (520) 791-3204
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