Part of the ABQ BioPark. Located next to the Rio Grande in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Take a journey down the Rio Grande from Albuquerque to the Gulf of Mexico, visiting aquatic animals along the way.
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News from the ABQ BioPark's Conservation Committee.
Dr. Baird Fleming provides years of experience in zoological, botanic and aquatic programs.
ABQ BioPark zookeepers are also expert trainers who use their bonds to improve animal healthcare.
Zookeepers target train crocodiles, move Komodo dragons using bells and whistles.
Luke had been fighting cancer, common in koalas.
Test your cheetah knowledge.
5 reasons the ABQ BioPark is the perfect destination this holiday season.
The ABQ BioPark’s commitment to animals extends into their golden years.
New Botanic Garden BUGarium curator brings a passion for arthropods to his work.
PNM Power Up Grant provides new play structure and exercise equipment.
This is facility's 16th year participating in the conservation initiative for the endangered fish.
Conservation Committee works on local, regional and national conservation projects.
Tasmanian devil passed due to natural causes.
Test your dragon knowledge.
ABQ BioPark’s third trip to the Abidjan Zoo highlights advancements in the multi-national partnership.
From new babies to conservation, the BioPark has a lot to be thankful for this year.
ABQ BioPark Looking for Volunteers.
Learn more about the Zoo’s four crocodilian species.
The Botanic Garden’s Heritage Farm Gives Visitors a Chance to Experience the Almost-Lost Art of Heritage Farming.
The ABQ BioPark Zoo's male elephants Albert and Samson are growing up.
ABQ BioPark water quality crew dives to keep animals—and their living environment—healthy.
ABQ BioPark’s Animal Encounters Show lets animals display their natural behaviors, gives them a second chance.
The ABQ BioPark Zoo’s “little orphan” gorilla has come full circle as she enters her senior years.
The ABQ BioPark is pleased to announce Holly Casman as the Interim Associate Director.
Make the most of the zoo by hitting up afternoon feedings one by one—here’s the most efficient way for you to get it all in.
It's hot outside, but the ABQ BioPark Zoo's residents know how to keep it cool for the summer.
Encounter dragons and more in this larger-than-life garden.
From wolves to poppies, the ABQ BioPark is working hard to protect New Mexico native species
ABQ BioPark looking to breed little-known mountaintop dwelling salamanders