It is officially holiday shopping season, and there are many ways to benefit your Zoo this year! From giving your loved ones the gift of the Zoo to surprising your favorite animals with… more ›
Some big changes are underway at Reid Park and the Reid Park Zoo. Both are truly treasures for the City of Tucson; caring for and enhancing them is an important responsibility. The citizens… more ›
Reid Park Zoo’s giraffe herd has grown by two! Reticulated giraffes Penelope and Sota have arrived at their new home in Tucson from Como Park Zoo & Conservatory in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Penelope… more ›
They creep and they crawl. They slither and fly. But is there more to THESE creepy critters than meets the eye? Join us this week for Creature Features as we explore some of… more ›
You’ve spoken and we’ve listened! Based on feedback from the community and as part of our focus to keep everyone safe and healthy, Reid Park Zoo is implementing new procedures for purchasing tickets… more ›
Throwback to Nandi and Penzi playing in the mud on this hot day in August! Now at 6 months old, Penzi is a little more coordinated than she used to be, but sometimes… more ›
This year’s silent auction is open to everyone, online! From animal experiences to household goods, baskets of booze, and fine art, this auction has it all with more than 250 items up for grabs! Start your holiday shopping… more ›
Reid Park Zoo’s beloved male Andean bear, Worf, was euthanized on Wednesday, September 23 due to a decline in quality of life with significant loss in mobility and pain due to age-related arthritis.… more ›
Welcome to #FunFactFriday brought to you by Southwest Gas. Watch today’s episode to find out why tapirs are considered the gardeners of the forests!
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