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WILDImpressions
A Newsletter from Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary

Will You Be Here For
TASTE OF THE WILD?

In this issue

Fall, 2015

Pg. 2

Loki, Our Baby Coyote

Pg. 3

Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary
Sunday, October 4 from 3 pm to 7 pm

Ricky’s New Night House

Pg. 5

Pg. 7

1403 Heritage Park Rd.; Prescott, AZ 86301
www.HeritageParkZoo.org Phone: 928.778.4242
501(c)(3) non-profit organization
supported by the community.

Taste of the Wild is an annual event held at Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary that raises much
needed funds for our animals and programs. We are a non-profit organization that’s home to more
than 200 animals that have either been displaced or can no longer survive in their natural habitats –
and we can’t do it without you! We boast programs that include more than 250 animal rescues every
year, covering everything from triage, relocation, release, and eventual permanent housing; we also
provide many interactive educational outreach programs for schools, groups and organizations.

Our annual Taste of the Wild event features a variety of restaurants, wineries and
breweries from all over Arizona that offer tastings from their menus. There is entertainment (all things
from musical performances and artists to novelty acts and games), a silent
auction (with items such as travel and resort packages, artwork, golf
packages, and jewelry), and behind-the-scenes visits with our
animals. Not only is the event a great time, but for a great cause.

This year’s Taste of the Wild event will be held on Sunday,
October 4 from 3 pm – 7 pm. Tickets are $75 per person and
include admission to the event, participation in all event activities
and a souvenir wine glass.

You can purchase tickets in person at our Gift Shop, by
calling us at 928.778.4242, online at www.HeritageParkZoo.org, or
by email: aschopp@HeritageParkZoo.org.
All proceeds for the event support the animals and programs at Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary.

Fall 2015
Pre-registration is required

Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary
1403 Heritage Park Rd.
Prescott, AZ 86301
928.778.4242 or 877.778.6008
info@HeritageParkZoo.org
www.HeritageParkZoo.org
Prescott Animal Park Association, a 501c3
non-profit organization, is the parent corporation
of Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary.

Zoo Hours

May 1 - Oct. 31: 9am - 5pm
Nov. 1 - Apr. 30: 10am - 4pm
June/July/August open until 8:00pm
on Saturdays (extended hours)

October 5 - 9, 2015
8:30 am - 3:00 pm

Age Groups: 6 - 7 yrs.; 8 - 9 yrs.; & 10 - 12 yrs.
Price: $150 members; $175 non-members

For more information or to register, call 928.778.4242

Grossology: What’s the scoop about poop?

We’ll answer this question and some of your others about the
“grossest” things in the animal kingdom.

Board of Directors

Barry Needham, Bruce Trahern, Karin Giani,
Bryon Peterson, Jay Johnson

Zoo Staff

Pam McLaren/Executive Director
Martha Brogan/Business Manager
Wayne Fischer/Animal Conservation Director
Alex Schopp/Marketing & Events
Leah Wacks/Education Coordinator
Becky Salazar/Volunteer & Membership
Jon Stidham/Facilities
Curtis Harkrader/Operations
Jennifer Harkrader/Keeper
Jack Horton/Keeper
Rachel Paper/Keeper
Allyson Stein/Keeper
Claire Waite/Keeper
Todd Negri/ Animal Keeper
Willow Dressel/Animal Keeper
Steven Fischer/Maintenance
Jo Traynor/Retail & Admissions Associate
Penny Pescherine/Retail & Admissions Associate
Arlene Zegan/Retail & Admissions Associate

Mission

Giving refuge to non-releasable, rescued wildlife
while providing conservation through exhibition
and public education.
Newsletter design by: Lisa Lanning

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Save Paper & Money

Have an email address? Help the environment,
save HPZS postage cost and see Wild Impressions in color by allowing us to email this newsletter to you. Please let us know if you would like this
newsletter emailed by contacting Membership@
HeritageParkZoo.org.

Field Trips

Do you want hands-on educational experiences for your students?
Schedule a field trip to Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary and we’ll create a unique and
interactive program specifically for your class!
Each field trip includes your choice of a GUIDED TOUR or ANIMAL SHOW. Special themes and
lessons are available that meet Arizona State Standards for Science.
For more information or to book your tour, contact Leah Wacks, our Education Coordinator, at
928.778.4242 ext 18, or lwacks@HeritageParkZoo.org.
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Have You Met Loki?

Follow Us on Social Media

We’ve recently enhanced our social media presence, and if you want to
keep up with all of our happenings over here, you should be following
along! Only through social media will you get behind-the-scenes photos
and be the first to know about new animals, enclosures, and events!
Scan the QR Codes above for more information!

Hold Your Next Event
at the Zoo!


If ever there was an animal of ours that loved getting attention
from the public, it’s Loki. So full of energy and enthusiasm,
he enjoys nothing more than showing off for our guests. He’s
currently up near the Mountain Lion enclosure – if you’re in
the area, I doubt you’ll be able to miss him; he’ll make sure
you notice!

Loki came to us about three months ago, and was
only a few days old when we first found him. He had been
abandoned on a trail in the area, and was not yet mature enough
to survive on his own. We gladly took him in and our Animal Care
Staff bottle fed him and nurtured him until he was big enough to
start taking care of himself.

Always a character, the photo above features
Loki picking up trash off the grounds. We pride ourselves on
conservation here at Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary – clearly
those sentiments are rubbing off on our animals, as well!

Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary is the perfect place to hold your next
event. From children’s birthday parties to weddings and receptions, HPZS
has a venue to suit your needs!

Our Event Center Lawn is our largest rental, and can accommodate groups of up to 250 people! It’s perfect for weddings and company
gatherings. Pence Pavilion (located near the playground) can be rented in
sections, and is ideal for smaller groups or large birthday parties. Other
rental spaces available include Kiwanis Ramada, Pronghorn Deck, and our
Gazebo. Add some excitement to your next event and join us at the zoo!

For more information, call Alex at 928.778.4242, ext. 16, or
email: aschopp@HeritageParkZoo.org.
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Did You Know You Can Sponsor and Adopt Your
Favorite Animals at the Zoo?

When you adopt or sponsor an animal, you’re helping to support that
specific animal at HPZS, as well as provide resources that advance our
rescue and education programs. You also receive:
• A framed photo of the animal of your choice
• A personalized certificate of adoption
• A fact sheet about your animal

Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary

Sunday, October 4, 2015
3pm to 7pm

• Your name on a plaque in front of the animal’s enclosure
• An exclusive invitation to this year’s Adoptive Parents’ Picnic.
To adopt or sponsor your favorite animal - or the favorite animal of a loved
one - call us at 928.778.4242. Or, for more information on the various
donation levels available, visit www.HeritageParkZoo.org.

Tickets: $75 per person
call us at 928.778.4242
or purchase online at www.HeritageParkZoo.org.

Congratulations to the winners of our Behind-the-Scenes Sanctuary Tour drawing, David & Katherine U. and Mike & Patti F.! Both were drawn from
the “Natural Partnership” membership drive we participated in with Highlands Center for Natural History. Their tours feature exclusive experiences
with the animals, special feedings, and a behind-the-scenes look at our grounds.

Even though the drawing has passed, there’s still time to register for a dual membership. The price is only $90 for a Family Membership,
and includes great benefits with both institutions, such as free general admission to the zoo for your household for the entire year! For more information or to purchase your own membership, call 928.778.4242 or visit us online at www.HeritageParkZoo.org.
Don’t miss the Highlands Nature Festival coming up Friday & Saturday, September 11 & 12! The event will introduce
participants to the fascinating and diverse world of the Central Arizona Highlands. A variety of field trips and workshops
have been designed and are being offered throughout the event. Pre-registration is required for all activities, and prices
vary depending on the item. For more information or to reserve your spot, visit HighlandsCenter.org!
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Ricky Is Joining His Friends!

SEPT.





OCT.




September 12.........Breakfast with the Bear
September 12 ........Animal Parent’s Picnic
September 26.........Member’s Night
September 28.........Zoo by Moonlight
October 4.........Taste of the Wild
October 5–9.........Fall Zoo Camp
October 10.........Breakfast with the Wolf
October 31.........Zoofest & Boo at the Zoo


November 7 & 8.........Dollar Days ( Reduced Admission)
NOV.

November 27 & 28 ........Wildlights

Dec. 4 & 5, 11 & 12.........Wildlights
DEC.

December 18 & 19 ........Wildlights






December 6.........Santa with the Animals
December 20–26 ........Kids Free Week
December 24.........Half Price Day
December 26.........Wildlights
January 1 & 2, 2016.........Wildlights

You might have seen or heard him briefly over the past few months, but Ricky, our Capuchin Monkey, has technically been off exhibit since his arrival
here last October. That will be changing now that he’s finally able to join the other primates on the grounds!

National zoological regulations require that when we receive a new animal, it must first go through a “quarantine period”. This is simply a
health and safety regulation for the new animal, the other animals on ground, and of course, guests. But don’t worry; he still received plenty of attention from everyone here.

His quarantine phase is now officially complete, but there wasn’t an enclosure suitable for him on grounds. The Animal Welfare Institute
has strict regulations on the housing and husbandry of primates. First, all primates must have contact with other primates. Just like us, non-human
primates are social beings. You cannot have a solitary primate in an isolated enclosure. However, we don’t currently have any other Capuchins in our
stay, so we had to build a structure that neighbors the Lemur enclosure. What we did was split the Lemur house (put a barrier between them, but they
can still talk and interact), and built a night house on the back end. New friends AND a new climate-controlled night enclosure for both species!

The enclosure came together with the help of many hands, and turned out great. As you’re reading this, Ricky has probably already been
introduced to the new space and his new friends. Next time you’re out, come visit the Lemur enclosure and see if Ricky is out and about!
5

New Animals at HPZS!
Cara, our American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis), came to
us via a confiscation from a private individual after being cared for
improperly. Little Cara is currently residing in our Reptile House.
A Marmoset (Callithrix jacchus), Lilly, came in just a few weeks ago
after having been privately owned by a family in the Phoenix area.
She is currently going though her mandated quarantine phase.

Cara, American Alligator

Donald & Haley, Tegus

Two Tegus (Tupinambis merianae), Donald & Haley, came to us
from a private donor. They’re a great addition to our Sanctuary,
and are housed in our Educational Animal Building.
Our Asian Water Monitor (Varanus salvator), Snapple, came to us
very recently from a private individual. She’s still currently going
through her quarantine period and is off-display.

Snapple, Asian Water Monitor

Loki, our baby Coyote (Canis latrans), came to us back in April
after being found abandoned on a trail near Lake Pleasant. He
was only a day or two old at the time and was unable to survive
in the wild by himself. He’s currently in an enclosure by Jade, our
Mountain Lion.
Lilly, Marmoset

In Memoriam

Darlin, Red-Tailed Boa

Loki, Coyote

Mr. Billsworth, Jeweled Lizard

Darlin, our Red-Tailed Boa, passed away in March. She came to us in 2003,
though beyond that her age is unknown. Darlin was humanely euthanized
after suffering from an in-operable spinal disease.
Chloe, our Coati, was 14 years old and came to us in 2013. She passed due
to in-operable cancer of the throat.
Mr. Billsworth, our Jeweled Lizard, came to us in February of last year, and
passed due to unknown causes. He was more than 10 years old at time of
death, an average lifespan for this species.
Chloe, Coati

Natasha, Serval

Natasha, our Serval, came to our Sanctuary in December of 2013. She was
10 years old and passed due to uterine cancer.
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Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary

WishList

HPZS is always in need of supplies. Below
is a partial list of needed items, or visit the
complete wish list on amazon.com under
Heritage Park Zoo.
Office:
White envelopes
Stamps
Paper towels
Facial tissue (Kleenex)
Copy paper (white or color)
Laminate sheets (81/2 x 11 or
business card size)
13 and 33 gallon trash bags
Ledger size paper for printing
(glossy is ideal)
Scissors
Staplers
Photo paper
Computers/printers
Silverware (Plastic and metal)
Maintenance/Grounds:
Gas hedge trimmer
Gas blower
Fencing (Chain link, Hardware cloth)
Plywood
Clean fill dirt/decomposed
granite/pea gravel
Garden hoses
Livestock panels
Shelving
Batteries (all sizes)
Irrigation material
Shade cloth
Welding gloves
Light bulbs (40 and 60 watt)
Animal Department:
Bleach
Animal crates
Dog runs
Towels, blankets
Stainless steel bowls
Astroturf
Heating pads
New dog, cat, parrot toys
5-gallon buckets
Game meat
Beef (non-seasoned, less than
18 months old)
Large syringes (new)
Large Kitchen Knives
Microscope
Dishwasher (Portable, Industrial)

Printed by
• Marketing
• Print, Copy and Mail
• Graphic Design
• Large Format
• Promotional Items
• Website Development
MARKETING • PRINT • MAIL

(928) 445-6262

1026 Spire Drive • Prescott, AZ 86305
www.allegraprescott.com

Friday, October 31, 2015
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Boo at the Zoo!

Fall Games & Crafts, Pumpkin
and
Face Painting,
Special Animal Encounter

Concessions available!

Friday, October 31, 2015
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Dress in costume for a fun
safe Trick or Treat night!
$5.00 for non-members,
$3.00 for members

Thank you to our donors!
Mary Albertson
Albertson’s
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Allen
Arizona Community Foundation
Bea Beckley
Bette Borst
Mr. and Mrs. Don Broadston
Ray and Elaine Brown
Michael and Penny Bumgarner
Sandra Clancy
Anita Cohen
Virginia Collings
Jane Cook
Mr. and Mrs. Branch Crooks
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Darrow
Steve and Lyn DeLano
Mary Dunn
Jeri Edwards
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fischer
David and Linda Foote
Heather Frakes
Doris Frechette
Luanne Frederick
John and Althea Friedman
Gage/Baggett Family
Bob Gessner and Cathy
Palm-Gessner
Girl Scout Troop #117
J.D. Greenberg
Sylvia Grimmer
Edwin and Clare Hancock
Harold James Family Trust

Lydia Herholdt
Hi-Line Vending
Mary Holmes
John Horton
Huff/Morrison Family
Deanna Hyde
Ingrid Irwin
Louisa Jaskulski
Jared Johnston
Barbara Kennedy
Marie Kissel
Kohl’s Store
Ron and Cindy Larson
Dan Lloyd
Lauren Looney
Linda Luegering
Sandra Marks
Joe and Marge Matheny
Joe and Cathy McCombes
Teri Miller
Carma Moore
Nees/Tomerlin Family
Joe and Eve Nemec
NOAH Thrift Store
Jan Olney
Barbara Olson
Victor and Joan Pappas
Pasant Family
Dennis and Carmen Payne
Penny Pescherine
Ray Pfeffer
Mr. and Mrs. David Phillips

Paul and Sally Plummer
Prescott Animal Hospital
Gail Reidhead
JoAnn Reynolds
Alice Richarz
Laura Salamone
Becky Salazar
Vicki Sams
Terrie Shorb
Shriner’s Outreach
Stephen and Andrea Smith
Amy Snyder
Springhill Suites by Marriott
Henry and Beverly Stanton
Craig Stooks
Lisa Suhr
Eva Sweeney
Theimer/Gehring Family
Robert Tieken
Diane Vale
Walraven/Fish Family

(In Memory of Travis Womack)

Nancy Wegner
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Weingartner
Cynthia Welsh
Jim and Lynn Wilhelm
Deborah Wilson
Gail Winemiller
Bob and Leebeth Woodin
Lori Ybarrondo (In Memory of John Beckley)
R. Wayne York
Jake Zinn

Donors in Memory of Carrie Carstairs

Emma Amiad, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Andrews, Anne Armstrong, William and Judith Ashton, David and Jean Aspinall
Marcia Blomgren, Jennifer Bundy, Wendy Cadman, Lisa Carstairs, Lisa Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. Art Conoley
Connie Cunningham, Sharon Danielson, Nancy Davidson, Timothy Falls, Elsie Foley, Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Kauffman
Karen Kirschner, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lawrence, Penelope Leggott, Tammy Lianu, Mr. and Mrs. Marc Monnot
Christine Murphy, Phuong Nguyen, Courtney Peterson, Heather Peterson, Lisa Peyer, Maggie Rikard
Mr. and Mrs. John Singer, Marla Smith, Kristen Snedeker, Carol Spangler, Mimi Thompson, John Tucker
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Jennifer Verharen, Richard Wiley, Martin and Carolyn Winch

YES! I’d like to help support Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary!
Name:

Please, renew my membership

Mailing Address:

Standard: Individual - $25 Couple - $45 Family -$75

City:

State:

Phone:

Email:

(Circle one:)

Business:

Hawk - $200 Bobcat - $500 Jaguar - $1000

I’d like to make a donation
Amount: $____________________

Zip:

Make checks payable to: The Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary
and mail/drop off with this form to:
1403 Heritage Park Rd.; Prescott, AZ 86301
Credit Card: (check one)

I’d like to sponsor an animal
Cost: $35.00
Eagle Bear Tiger Mountain Lion
Wolf Raccoon Lemur

PayPal (see website)

Card Number:
Expiration Date:
Signature:

Date:

1403 Heritage Park Rd.; Prescott, AZ 86301
www.HeritageParkZoo.org; Phone: 928.778.4242
501(c)(3) non-profit organization supported
by the community

1403 Heritage Park Rd.
Prescott, AZ 86301

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www.HeritageParkZoo.org
Phone: 928.778.4242

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