The Tulsa Zoo is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and covers 84 acres in Mohawk Park. Opened in 1927, the zoo is home to over 2,000 animals, representing over 400 species. To inspire passion for wildlife, the Tulsa Zoo offers a variety of exhibits, including themed habitats that represent regions from around the globe.
Visitors to the Tulsa Zoo can explore diverse environments that range from rainforests to deserts. The zoo provides interactive exhibits, animal encounters, and educational programs for children and adults alike. Special events, seasonal activities, and conservation-focused experiences make each visit to the zoo unique and engaging.
Dedicated to wildlife conservation, the Tulsa Zoo actively participates in Species Survival Plans (SSPs) for endangered species. The zoo emphasizes conservation awareness and environmental stewardship through various initiatives, community involvement, and partnerships with global organizations. Their efforts extend to sustainable practices within the zoo's operations and an educational outreach encouraging responsible interaction with nature.
Zoo Size:84 acres
Number of Species on Display:400+
Number of Animals:2,000+
Key Exhibits:Lost Kingdom || Helmerich Sea Lion Cove || Mary K. Chapman Rhino Reserve || Robert J. LaFortune WildLIFE Trek || Children's Zoo || Siamang Exhibit || Chimpanzee Connection || African Plains || Rainforest || Life in the Desert || Life in the Water || Conservation Center