Amazed me that this place has been around since 1988, and although i've been to Prescott many many times since moving to nearby Phoenix in 1994, I had never heard a word regarding this place until very very recently seeing their name a discount site. Heritage is small but compared to other larger zoo's so is the price, 8 dollars for adults for regular admission. True we covered the entire zoo in less than an hour but that would be a personal thing as to how much time you spend. Reminded me alot of the zoo in the recent movie "We Bought a Zoo". Most of these animals are rescue animals which is great that they are being taken care of and many would not have made it in the wild for various reasons, mostly due to injuries or previous mistreatment.
It's nice though and comfortable to walk and lots of peacock's to great you on your way, the Black Bear is fun and so are the coyote howling at nearby police sirens as they drive past the nearby main road. This park is very close to a main road so there are traffic visuals and sounds in the background this can't be helped. And as someone noted many of the enclosure's are not photographically the best since metal wires inhibit photography. But, none of this really matters in the end it's just a nice place to visit the rescued animals being taken care of at this facility.