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Mesker Park Zoo & Botanic Garden 1545 Mesker Park Drive Evansville, IN 47720-8206 (812) 435-6143 – Local Phone Website: http://www.meskerparkzoo.com/ The zoo is home to over 700 animals from around the globe.  While visiting, you will navigate the Zoo’s geographically grouped and realistically themed regions including South America, North America, Africa, Asia, and Australia.  Throughout the Zoo, thousands of exotic …

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Binder Park Zoo 7400 Division Drive Battle Creek, MI 49014-9500 (269) 979-1351 – Local Phone Website: http://www.binderparkzoo.org/ John Ball Zoological Garden 1300 W. Fulton Street Grand Rapids, MI 49504-6100 (616) 336-4301 – Local Phone Website: http://www.johnballzoosociety.org/ The John Ball Zoo has over 1100 animals representing the wilds of Africa, Asia, South America, Australia and the United States. Detroit Zoological Park …

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Minnesota Zoological Garden 13000 Zoo Boulevard Apple Valley, MN 55124 (952) 431-9200 – Local Phone Website: http://www.mnzoo.org/ Founded in 1978, the Minnesota Zoo exists to connect people, animals, and the natural world. Cutting-edge exhibits provide exciting experiences with animals and their habitats introducing guests to species from around the globe. Education programs engage audiences at the Zoo, throughout the region, …

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Dickerson Park Zoo 3043 North Fort Springfield, MO 65803 (417) 833-1570 Website: http://www.dickersonparkzoo.org/ Dickerson Park Zoo connects people with animals to create adventures that encourage discovery and inspire conservation action. Kansas City Zoo 6800 Zoo Drive Kansas City, MO 64123 Website: http://www.kansascityzoo.org/ The Zoo is divided into several sections: Australia; Tiger Trail (Asia); Tropics, an indoor rainforest; …

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Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo 3701 S 10th Street Omaha, NE 68107 (402) 733-8400 – Local Phone Website: http://www.omahazoo.com/ Mission of the Omaha Zoological Society 1. Promote and encourage recreational activities for the public in the context of wild animals and their habitats. 2. Promote, establish and maintain educational activities and programs to enhance the knowledge of the general public and …

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North Dakota

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The Wilds 14000 International Road Cumberland, OH 43732-9500 (740) 638-5030 – Local Phone Website: http://www.thewilds.org/ The Wilds is one of the largest and most innovative wildlife conservation centers in the world. Located on nearly 10,000 acres in southeast Ohio, it is home to rare and endangered species from around the world living in natural, open-range habitat, as well as home …

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South Dakota

Bramble Park Zoo PO Box 910 Watertown, South Dakota  57201 US Website: http://www.brambleparkzoo.com/ Experience over 800 mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles, fish and invertebrates representing 150 varieties from around the world and those native to South Dakota Great Plains Zoo & Delbridge Museum of Natural History 805 S. Kiwanis Avenue Sioux Falls, SD 57104 (605) 367-7003 – Local Phone Website: http://www.gpzoo.org/ The Great …

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Henry Vilas Zoo 702 S. Randall Avenue Madison, WI 53715-1600 (608) 266-4732 – Local Phone Website: http://www.vilaszoo.org/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/HenryVilasZoo Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/HenryVilasZoo In 1904, Col. William F. and Anna M. Vilas gave land to the Madison Park and Pleasure Drive Association “for the uses and purposes of a public park and pleasure ground.” In a truly visionary move, the Vilas Family …

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