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Zoos in Maryland

Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge: 2145 Key Wallace Drive, Cambridge, Maryland 21613
Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge encompasses over 27,000 acres on Maryland's beautiful Eastern Shore and has been designated a "Wetlands of International Importance" by the Ramsar Convention.

Calvert Marine Museum: Solomons, Maryland
Located in Solomons, Maryland, the Calvert Marine Museum is a public, non-profit, educational, regionally oriented museum dedicated to the collection, preservation, research, and interpretation of the culture and natural history of Southern Maryland.

Catoctin Wild Preserve and Zoo: 13019 Catoctin Furnace Rd., Thurmont, MD 21788
From bears to boas, lions to lemurs, macaws to monkeys, porcupines to pythons, you'll meet over 450 exotic animals on your Zoo adventure.

Maryland Zoo / Baltimore Zoo, BaltimoreBaltimore, Maryland
Today the 160-plus acre zoo property is owned by the City of Baltimore and leased to the State of Maryland.

Merkle Wildlife Sanctuary: 11704 Fenno Road, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
Merkle Wildlife Sanctuary is the only wildlife sanctuary operated by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. It is the wintering ground for several thousand Canada geese, the largest concentration on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay.

National Aquarium in Baltimore: 501 East Pratt Street, Baltimore, Maryland, 21202

Patuxent Wildlife Research Center : Laurel

Plumpton Park Zoo: is located in Maryland's beautiful Cecil County is home to more than 200 animals.  Visitors can see and learn about a wide range of mammals, birds, and reptiles, from prairie dogs to giraffes, and everything in between. Monkeys and apes, a mountain lion and black bear, bison, tiger, camels, alligators, and many more reside at the park. 1416 Telegraph Road, Rising Sun, MD 21911

Salisbury Zoological Park, Salisbury, Maryland, USA
The Salisbury Zoo, located in Salisbury, Maryland, was officially born in 1954 when some animals were placed on permanent exhibition in the City Park. The zoo's present form resulted from improvements made in the 1970's. The zoo now provides naturalistic enclosures for species native to North, Central and South America and is Association of Zoos & Aquariums accredited.

Six Flags America - Baltimore/Washington D.C.