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Alameda Park Zoo
Alamogordo. 300 animals representing 90 species on 7 acres. Chamber of commerce site with general information and zoo history.
The Albuquerque Biological Park
Facilities include the Rio Grande Zoo, Botanic Garden, Albuquerque Aquarium, and Tingley Aquatic Park. Visitor information, events, and education program summaries.
American International Rattlesnake Museum
Albuquerque. Includes pictures and descriptions of snakes, provides facts regarding their danger, and information about visiting.
Candy Kitchen Rescue Ranch
Ramah. Non-profit organization providing safe sanctuary to abused and abandoned captive-bred wolves and wolfdogs. Focuses on education, ecology and the environment, responsible ownership of wolfdogs and the humane care of all animals. Includes visitor information.
Living Desert Zoo and Gardens
An indoor/outdoor living museum displaying more than 40 native animal species and hundreds of succulent plants from around the world.
New Mexico BioPark Society
Aims to promote the development of the Albuquerque, New Mexico Biological Park. Includes information about the aquarium, zoo, and botanical gardens.
Wildlife West Nature Park
Edgewood near Santa Fe. 122 acre wildlife refuge and enhanced zoo. General information, calendar of events, classes offered, and a photo gallery of park animals.
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