Lynnwood Park Zoo is a veteran owned and operated sanctuary that first opened in 1990. The mission of our facility is to connect the public with wildlife through education. We are unique in that our animals hail from various backgrounds such as private owner surrenders, rescue situations, other facilities downsizing or shutting down, rehabilitated animals unfit to be released back into the wild, and relocations. Every animal has a story. Be sure to ask a keeper or volunteer if you have any questions about anyone in particular
The zoo displays over 50 animal habitats, with many different species ranging from reptiles, birds, mammals and many more. Animal availability is subject to change. Keep in mind animal activity levels will vary throughout the day.
During cooler months, some animals are off display due to the cold weather.
***Most reptiles and some birds may be off display until May due to colder nighttime temperatures and fluctuations in temperatures throughout the week.***
Zebra, Silver Fox, Grey Fox, Fennec Fox, Coatimundi, Mara, Pigmy Goats, Donkey, Llama, Bobcat, Serval Cat, Caracal, Degus, Prairie Dogs, Potbelly Pigs, Barbary Sheep, Black-bellied Sheep, Mouflon Sheep, Texas Dall Sheep, African Crested Porcupine, Grivet Monkey, Snow Macaque, Rhesus Macaque, Zebu, Miniature Horse, Wallaby, Dingoes, American Badger
Barred Owl, Screech Owl, Emu, Rhea, Red-tailed Hawk, Turkey Vulture, Turkey, Red Golden Pheasant, Lady Amerst Pheasant, Reeves Pheasant, Elliots Pheasant, Peacock, Gambel Quail, Silver Pheasant, Mallard Duck, Toulouse Goose, Redtail Hawk, Love Birds, Cockatiels, Umbrella Cockatoo, Various Pigeon Breeds, Black Swans, Cape Barren Geese, Egyptian Geese, Kookaburra, etc.
American Alligator, Corn Snakes, King Snakes, Rat Snakes, Eastern Box Turtles, Slider Turtles, Argentine Tegu.
(Reptiles are moved off display during cold weather months. They are usually placed back on display in May depending on the weather)