Please note: The Zoo will close at NOON on Saturday, Oct. 13 to allow staff to set up for ZOOcson! Tickets for this age 21 and over event are still available–click here for more information.
The Tucson Chapter of the American Association of Zoo Keepers will host “Bowling for Rhinos” on Sunday, July 29th from 6-9pm at Lucky Strike Bowl. Everyone’s invited, and all the proceeds benefit rhino and cheetah conservation! Click here for more information about this event.
Animals and visitors shared the love at “I Love Zoo” on 2/12/12! Check out some photos of the event in our gallery: [nggallery id=55] If you missed it, we hope to see you next year!
Howl-o-ween 2011 was a huge success, with record attendance! Many thanks to all the sponsors, volunteers, and staff members who worked SO hard to make this event great. And thanks to everyone who came out, braved the crowds, and supported the Zoo! [nggallery id=49]
Join us on Saturday, Oct. 22nd at 9:00am at Reid Park Zoo’s polar bear exhibit as we bid farewell to Kobe, our female polar bear! She is heading to Pittsburgh in November to meet her new boyfriend (bearfriend?) Koda. On Saturday, we’ll be celebrating all things polar bear, and providing Kobe with lots of treats… read more
Howl-o-ween is coming, and the Zoo needs all the candy it can get its hands on to provide safe trick-or-treating for 7,000 kids! If you’d like to donate individually wrapped candy, or other small giveaway items, we’ll be gratefully accepting donations at front gate of the Zoo (every day between 9am and 4pm) until Wednesday,… read more
Brave the heat and come out to our Big Cat Birthday Celebration on Saturday, June 25 starting at 9:00am in the Zoo’s front plaza. We’ll have crafts, games, and face painting, and you can even help make a birthday treat for one of our big cats! Activities are FREE with regular admission to the Zoo.
Our Howl-o-ween event is over, but you can still enjoy Halloween day at the Zoo. Come in costume if you want – cashiers will even have a treat for you! Keepers will be giving animals pumpkin treats from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. A schedule will be posted at the front gate. And be sure… read more
Over 8,000 people visited the Zoo this weekend to trick-or-treat at Howl-o-ween! Thanks so much to all our sponsors, volunteers and guests for making it one of our best events ever!
Howl-o-ween begins tomorrow, and the Zoo is starting to look really scary! Well, not REALLY scary, more like fun scary. Bring the whole family out this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evening for treats, costumed characters and decorations galore! See our events calendar for more information, or call 520-791-4022.