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Beardsley Zoo Map Website_5-16
During your visit today, you
may be photographed,
videotaped or filmed.
Your admission to the Zoo
serves as permission for
use of your image by
Connecticut’s
Beardsley Zoo.
Beardsley
Park
Prairie
Dogs
Bison
Giant
Anteater*
Pequonnock
River
Whitetail
Deer
Pampas
Plains
Barn
Rhea
School Bus
& Overflow
Parking
Snowy
Owl
Reptile
House
Pygmy
Goat
New
England
Farmyard
Chacoan
Peccary*
Learning
Circle
Maned
Wolf*
Bunnell’s Pond
Pronghorn
Alligator
Alley
Bug
Goeldi’s House
Monkey
Alligator
River
Otter*
Ocelot*
Red Wolf*
Red
Panda
Wolf Observation
Learning Facility
Rainforest
Building
Bald
Eagle
Fountain
Plaza
Amur
Leopard*
Mexican
Wolf*
Canada
Lynx*
Peacock Pavilion
Jungle
Canteen
Amur
Tiger*
Picnic Grove
Peacock
Café
Play Area
Prof. Beardsley’s
Research
Station
Gift Shop
Camel
Rides
Greenhouse
Hellbender*
African
Penguin
Patio
Carousel
Carousel
Annex
Spurred
Tortoise
WWW.BEARDSLEYZOO.ORG
1875 NOBLE AVENUE
BRIDGEPORT, CT 06610
Animal Care Center
(closed to public)
203-394-6565
Aviary
Andean
Condor*
ce
rvi
ad
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(no
it)
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Overflow
Parking
HOURS OF
OPERATION
Sculpture
Garden
Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo
Daily 9:00am to 4:00pm
(closed Thanksgiving,
Christmas, & New Year’s Day)
Welcome
Center
Peacock Café and Carousel
9:30am to 4:00pm
FRONT GATE
Main Gift Shop
9:30am to 4:00pm
Rainforest Building
10:30am to 3:30pm
(Hours subject to change)
Park
Entrance
Historic
Trolley Barns
(Zoo maintenance)
Indian
Peafowl
Administration
Office
“Casino”
Hanson
Exploration
Station
Animals and exhibits
are subject to change.
PAMPAS PLAINS
Maned wolf*
Giant anteater*
Rhea
Chacoan peccary*
Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo is proud to be an accredited member
of the AZA, dedicated to preserving wild creatures and wild places
through conservation, research and recreation.
*AZA SPECIES SURVIVAL PLAN®
Many endangered animals in our care may soon be extinct in the wild.
Captive breeding programs may be their only hope for survival. When
you see this symbol at an exhibit, you know the staff is cooperating with
zoos and aquariums throughout North America to breed and manage
these animals. If and when the world’s natural habitats can be secured
or restored, descendants of these animals will repopulate the wild.
WALK-THROUGH
AVIARY
Pintail duck
Wood duck
Night heron
Aquatic Turtles
Red-eared slider
ALLIGATOR ALLEY
River otter*
Sandhill crane
American alligator
Gray fox
Bald eagle
Guinea
Fowl
Peacocks and other birds wander freely
on grounds. Please do not chase them.
RAINFOREST BUILDING
Boa constrictor
Yacare caiman
Mata mata turtle
Poison dart frog
Two-toed sloth
Red-rumped agouti
Scarlet ibis
Golden lion tamarin*
Red-footed tortoise
Goeldi’s monkey
Brazilian ocelot*
Saki monkey
Howler monkey
Vampire bat
Emerald tree boa
Milky tree frog
Pygmy marmoset
Cattle egret
Red panda (outside)
BUG HOUSE (seasonal)
Giant vinegaroon
Giant water bug
Madagascar hissing
cockroach
NEW ENGLAND
FARMYARD
Barn owl
Cackling goose
Call duck
Common raven
Great horned owl
Mallard duck
Northern pintail duck
Redhead duck
Sebastopol goose
Dexter cattle
Guinea hog
North American porcupine
San Clemente goat
Nigerian dwarf goat
Llama
REPTILE HOUSE
Black rat snake
Common snapping turtle
Eastern box turtle
Eastern milk snake
Spotted turtle
Garter snake
Frogs & Toads
Salamander

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