Wild Impressions Fall 2015.pdf
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!