I love this zoo. It' s small, not huge and overwhealming. You can get a up close look at the animals, they are set far away. The best part of the zoo though is that all the animals at the zoo are animals that were injured and not able to return to the wild, confiscated because they were illegally being kept as pets or donated. When we were there we got to see the raccoon that was burned in the Yarnell fire, she has a long way to go, but she is in the perfect place. The staff is always friendly and willing to answer questions and give information. On one visit, a staff member gave us a behind the scenes tour, very cool. The zoo is aleays adding new animals too. This visit they had a baby mule deer, two eagles, a coati, and other new birds. The admission price is great too, priced well for families. They have a playground area for younger kids. If you are in Prescott, come to the zoo, admission helps all the animals.
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