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Visit a world of animals
in PUeblo, Colorado!

Ma la ys ia n Su n Be

ar
a f r ic a n li o n

E x h ib it s In c l u d e

African Plains
Asian Adventure
Islands of Life
Colorado Wetlands
The Woods
Tropical Rainforest
Herpetarium
Pioneer Ranch
World of Color

PUEBLO ZOO OPEN YEAR ROUND!
Peak Season
May 1-Labor Day
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Last Admisson, 4 p.m.

Off Season
September through April
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Last Admisson, 4 p.m.

Admission Prices
Adult (age 18+) ........$8.00
Seniors (65 and up)...$7.00
Military (with ID).......$7.00
Youth (age 13-17)......$7.00
Child (age 3-12).........$6.00
Kids 2 years and under Free.

Admission Prices
Adult (age 18+) ..........$7.00
Seniors (65 and up)....$6.00
Military (with ID)........$6.00
Youth (age 13-17).......$6.00
Child (age 3-12)..........$5.00
Kids 2 years and under Free.

Start YOUR
adventure at

25% off year-round with your out of state I.D.

3455 Nuckolls Ave. • Pueblo, CO • 719-564-1452
•Located in the Pueblo City Park•

To learn more about ASSOCIATION
The Pueblo Zoo, visit OF ZO O S
www.pueblozoo.org AQUARIUMS

&

3455 Nuckolls Ave., Pueblo, CO

www.pueblozoo.org

interact.
Discover..
contribute.
Take a journey around the world at the
Pueblo Zoo in Pueblo, Colorado. As you
travel through the zoo, you’ll get a close
look at exotic animals, as well as an appreciation for the places they call home. Stroll
through the paved walkways leading you
through China, Africa, a tropical rainforest
and beyond!

Animal Life
The Pueblo Zoo is home to more
than 420 animals of 140 species.
You can encounter a diverse range
of animal life by visiting the zoo’s
many exhibits. Just a few of the
beautiful exhibits at the zoo and the
animals that live within them are as follows:

The African Plains- Zebras, a Lion, two

Lionesses, Ostriches, and Waterbucks.
The Asian Adventure- White Handed
Gibbons monkeys, Malayan Sun Bear
and the Sichuan Takins.
Islands of Life- Squirrel Monkies,
African Crested Porcupine, Reticulated
Python, Ring-Tailed Lemur, and many
more!
Stop by the Pioneer Ranch to feed
chicken, geese and ducks and pet
rabbits, lambs and goats.

A history

Education
The Pueblo Zoo is about sharing the wonders
of the natural world with its visitors while
educating them about the intricate balance
of our earth and its inhabitants. At the Pueblo
Zoo, you do more than build memories. You
experience. You enjoy. You learn.
Here, you can enter the Zoo Education Center
and learn about the animal world’s past. From
dinosaurs to saber tooth tigers, the Education
Center is made to teach about the past and
future of animal life.

Starting at the turn of the 20th Century as
a small collection of animals distributed
among three city parks, all animals were
moved to City Park in the 1920s, where
several exhibit structures were built by the
Works Progress Administration (WPA) during
the 1930s.
Now operated by the Pueblo Zoological
Society and accredited by the Association of
Zoos and Aquariums, the city-owned facility
has undergone a major transformation over
the past 20 years.

Education Center animals include
chinchillas, armadillos, salamanders, hedgehogs, sugar gliders and
over 20 more animals.
Additionally, each exhibit
throughout the zoo is fitted with
informational paneling about
the animal on exhibit. Many of the
informational panels are interactive with
sound, lights and additional information.

Red Panda

Maned wol

f

Red Kangar

oo

A mission
The Pueblo Zoo is a non-profit organization
which aims to conserve animal life both in
captivity and in the wild.
Each visitor contributes to this goal when
paying admission. A portion of the admission
funds goes toward an animal conservation
fund and a portion goes toward the upkeep,
maintenance and continued care of the zoo’s
many animals.

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Directions ,, hours and rates on back!


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