Zoo: 2070 Zoo Lane, Nelson Park, Abilene, Texas 79602
The zoo cares for more than
representing over 200 species. The zoo maintains two species of
Black Rhinos, Giraffes, Zebras, Jaguars, Bison, a diverse selection of
reptiles, and several aquariums.
City Zoo: NE 24th Ave & Dumas Hwy, Amarillo, Texas, USA, 79105
Founded in 1955 and located
heart of Thompson Park, the Amarillo Zoo features over 45 species of
and 50 varieties of plant life in a beautiful 15-acre forest like
Nature and Science Center: 301 Nature Center Drive, Austin,
Located on the western edge
Park, the Austin Nature & Science Center is dedicated to the
of the natural world. Since 1960, ANSC has provided nature exhibits,
programs, and recreation resources for countless visitors, teachers,
children of all ages. When you come by for a visit you will be able to
meet a coyote and red-tailed hawk in our Wildlife Exhibits.
Zoo and Animal Sanctuary: 10807 Rawhide Trail, Austin ,TX, 78736
More than 300 animals
than 100 different species, Austin Zoo and Animal Sanctuary is a
non-profit zoo rescuing animals and serving the Austin community.
in the beautiful Hill Country just outside of town, Austin Zoo is
by hundreds of thousands of individuals each year.
Zoo: 2203 Martin Luther King Blvd., Tyler, Texas
Park Zoo: 1701 North 4th Street | Waco, Texas 76707
Aviaries & Zoological Gardens: 5686 IH-35 South, New
Butterfly Center & Live Insect Zoo Discover
The Cockrell Butterfly
the Houston Museum of Natural Science is a stunning, living exhibit
showcases hundreds of live butterflies in a naturalistic rainforest
Also included in the Butterfly Center experience is an Insect Zoo,
you’ll meet some of the butterflies’ more creepy-crawly relatives, and
the Entomology Hall, where hundreds of spectacular specimens of
butterflies, moths, beetles, and other insects are displayed.
World Aquarium and Zoo: 1801 N. Griffin Street, Dallas Texas 75202
Zoo: Dallas, Texas, USA
With 95 acres to explore,
of animals to visit, and a huge variety of family activities, the
Zoo is enormously entertaining! Our goal is to make your visit an
adventure with opportunities to learn about interesting wildlife,
in interactive fun, and support worldwide conservation and research to
protect and preserve endangered species.
Paso Zoo: 4001 E. Paisano El Paso, TX 79905-4223
The El Paso Zoo is an
home to about 240 species of animals. Approximately 500 mammals,
amphibians and birds, 700 fish and 500 invertebrates live in a variety
of natural habitat exhibits including a Reptile House, South American
Americas Aviary, Cisneros Paraje, Birds of Prey, American Biome, Forest
Atrium, Asian Grasslands, Asian Endangered Walk, and an Elephant
Trout Zoo: 402 Zoo Circle, Lufkin, Texas 75904
The Zoo houses close to 700
birds and mammals from around the world. Currently, the zoo is
the largest expansion project since it opened in 1967.
Worth Zoo: 1989 Colonial Parkway, Fort Worth, TX 76110
Rim Wildlife Center: 2299 CR 2008 (Front Gate), Glen Rose, TX
Come and Discover Fossil
you can see animals living in their near natural environment. Located
one hour and 20 minutes from Dallas/Fort Worth, the ~1700 acres of open
spaces lets you interact with deer, rhinos, giraffes and other
Drive your own vehicle through the 9 1/2 mile tour.
Buck Zoo in historic Gainesville, Texas: Explore Frank Buck Zoo in
historic Gainesville, Texas for a one of a kind family experience.
old majestic pecan trees grace the 85-acre Leonard Park, home to the
Buck Zoo, circus themed Community Playground and Frankie Schmitz Train
ride. Enjoy “zoo meals” at the concessions or pack a lunch
at shaded picnic tables. Historic covered pavilion is available
large gatherings. Gift Shop, unique jungle themed birthday
party room, ball fields and swimming pool enhance a day filled with
fun. Leonard Park and the Frank Buck Zoo are an ideal day trip
for daycares, school groups, church groups and family reunions and an
value. Come by car or come by Amtrak’s Heartland Flyer passenger
train. For more information about the park call 940-668-4530.
Once in the zoo... Your
in South America, you’ll make a quick stop by Australia, then on to
a "giraffe's eye-view" from our elevated walkway of animals that call
African Savannah home. Don’t miss the daily giraffe feeding (10am
M-Sat. 2pm Sun.) Frank Buck Zoo is the only regional zoo that provides
a close encounter with these “gentle giants”. As you make your way
the North American section of the zoo, keep an eye out for other
opportunities. For more information about zoo programs and special
please visit our website
Porter Zoo, Brownsville, Texas, USA
The Gladys Porter Zoo is an
nestled in the center of Brownsville, Texas. With 26 acres of lush
plants and some 1,600 animals, the Gladys Porter Zoo is known for its
in breeding endangered species of wildlife.
Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary: 1 Nature Place,
Museum of Natural Science: One Hermann Circle Drive, Houston, TX
Zoo: 1513 N. MacGregor Houston, TX 77030
The Houston Zoo provides a
and inspirational experience fostering appreciation, knowledge, and
for the natural world.
Exotic Feline Sanctuary: Boyd, TX 76023
IEAS's current mission is
and welfare of its animal inhabitants, as well as educating the public
about their needs. The inhabitants include bobcats, cougars, jaguars,
lions, tigers and bears among other species.
Gardens Rainforest: Galveston, Texas
Bridge Wildlife Ranch: 26515 Natural Bridge Caverns Rd., San
Texas' most visited safari
the opportunity to view, photograph & feed species from all over
world from the comfort of your own vehicle!
Primates: 26099 Dull Knife Trail., San Antonio, Texas 78255
is a non-profit sanctuary in Bexar County, Texas that operates to
protect, and rehabilitate various non-native animals. The private
currently houses several hundred nonhuman animals, and, as the name
focuses primarily on caring for apes and monkeys. Many are cast-offs
the pet trade and biomedical research institutions
Antonio Zoo: 3903 North St. Mary's Street, San Antonio, Texas
World of Texas: San Antonio, Texas
Six Flags Amusement Parks - Fiesta
Texas, San Antonio, TX
Six Flags Amusement Parks - Six
Flags over Texas, Arlington (between Dallas and Ft. Worth), TX
Six Flags Amusement Parks - Hurricane
Harbor, Arlington (between Dallas and Ft. Worth), TX
Texas Zoo: 110 Memorial Drive, Victoria, TX 77901
The Texas Zoo is a
educational, and fun adventure that twists through the prickly wilds of
Texas to the untamed jungles of Africa, Australia, Asia, and the
Host a private party, journey through Texas, and play among its
natives at The Texas Zoo's kids' playground.
Animal Orphanage (Animal Sanctuary of the United States): San
ASUS/WAO is a non-profit
tax-exempt organization caring for a variety of unwanted, abused or
animals. The sanctuary provides quality lifetime care and housing to
of displaced big cats, wolves, bears, non-human primates, domestic and
feral cats, birds, and hoof stock.
Bluff Nature Center: 2301 North Soncy Road, Amarillo, TX 79124
Just a few minutes from
Amarillo is a place to step out of the daily routine and imagine a
time. More than 600 acres of rolling grasslands are threaded with
trails offering a sense of isolation and tranquility. Discover delicate
wildflowers amidst knee-high grasses, huge cottonwoods, and a