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The friendly atmosphere of the Pueblo Zoo makes it one of the area's favorite attractions. Located in City Park, it exhibits over 350 animals of 122 species, including several endangered. Its exceptional education programs reach students from throughout southern Colorado. The most popular new exhibit is one featuring northern river otters. We have lovely gardens that invite relaxing picnics. For a light lunch or snack our watering hole is open through Labor Day. We are very proud of our unique Wild Things gift shop. If you will send me your mailing address, I will send you a free kids pass.

Summer hours are 10:00 am 5:00 pm, Through Labor Day

Winter Hours 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Sundays - 12:00 noon 4:00 pm
Open every day except Christmas, New Years Day, 1/2 day Christmas Eve and
News Years Eve
Admissions Group Admissions-15 or more
$6.00 Adults $4.50 adults
$5.25 Seniors $2.75 children (3-16)
$3.50 Children (3-16) Children under 3 are free
Children under 3 are free

2004 Zoo Crew Summer Youth Program

The Pueblo Zoo is now accepting applications for the 2004 Zoo Crew Summer Youth Program. This is an excellent way for students to develop Leadership skills, build friendships, become active community members, in addition to building a work history.

This unique opportunity educates students on public presentations and care for a variety of farm or domesticated animals. This ten-week program will begin June 7th and last until August 14th. There is a $60 dollar activity fee with a limited number of scholarships available. Applications may be picked up at the cashiers booth located at the Pueblo Zoo or from middle and high school counselors.

Safari Day Camps

Pueblo Zoo still has openings for Safari Day Camps for children ages 9-11. The dates are as follows June 7-11, the theme is Let1s Fly, June 21-25, the theme is A for for Africa and July 5th 9thand that theme is Animals of the West.

There will be lots of fun, activities and behind the scenes adventures. Reservations are necessary and space is limited. Please call for further information or to make reservations.

Contact: Cashier/receptionist 561-1452 x100; Dates: June 7-11; June 21-25; July 5-9
Times: 9:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. ;Fee: Members-$76.00 Non-Members - $85.00
Instructor: Kathleen Rogers







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