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Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum

2021 N. Kinney Road

Tucson, AZ 85743-8918

(520) 883-1380 – Local Phone



The mission of the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum is to inspire people to live in harmony with the natural world by fostering love, appreciation, and understanding of the Sonoran Desert.

Conservation Efforts:

Threatened and endangered species on exhibit at the Desert Museum include: Mexican wolf, thick-billed parrot, ocelot, margay, jaguarundi, desert pupfish, Sonora chub, bonytail chub, razorback sucker, Gila topminnow, Colorado River squawfish, Isla San Esteban chuckwalla and Apache trout.


Phoenix Zoo

455 N. Galvin Pkwy

Phoenix, AZ 85008-3431

(602) 273-1341 – Local Phone

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The Phoenix Zoo is one of America’s most successful, privately-owned, nonprofit zoological parks.

For information about conservation efforts at the Phoenix Zoo, please visit http://www.phoenixzoo.org/learn/conservation_efforts.aspx.


Reid Park Zoo

1100 S. Randolph Way

Tucson, AZ 85716

(520) 791-3204 – Local Phone


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Travel from South America to the Asian rainforest, and then to the African savannah in one day! Explore beautiful habitats housing hundreds of exotic animals from around the world. Reid Park Zoo is a hidden gem, nestled in the center of Tucson, and is the perfect place to enjoy time outside while discovering the wonders of wildlife.

For information about conservation efforts at the Reid Park Zoo, please visit http://www.tucsonzoo.org/conservation/.


Wildlife World Zoo & Aquarium

State Route 303

Litchfield Park, AZ 85340-9466

(623) 935-9453 – Local Phone


The Wildlife World Aquarium’s campus-like design is unique with some 75 indoor exhibits featuring fish, mammals, birds, invertebrates, amphibians, and reptiles located in three, soon to be four, buildings. Currently, each building has a different title and theme: The Diversity of Life in Water; The Wild and The Wonderful; and Predators.