Located next to the Rio Grande in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the 64-acre Zoo has been offering guests close encounters with exotic and native animals since 1927. Download a zoo map.
Today at the Zoo
- Feeding Times and Daily Activities
- Zoo Exhibits & Animals
- Shops, Restaurants and Amenities
- School Field Trips
- Zoo to You and Outreach Programs
- Rent the Zoo for Special Events
- For Families
- Jobs & Volunteering
Visit the ABQ BioPark Calendar.
Amazon Wish Lists
The NM BioPark Society has set up several Amazon wish lists for the ABQ BioPark Zoo's residents. The lists feature everything from pig-shaped piñatas for large carnivores to rip into to heavy duty trash containers that can be used to create ice treats for big cats and other carnivores. Browse the lists and make a purchase for the animals.
Latest BioPark News
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
Howler monkey father offers patience and protection to his small family
Mexican gray wolf spends her golden years at the ABQ BioPark
Remote and timed feeding to help encourage animals' natural foraging behaviors
The ABQ BioPark Zoo has some fantastic mothers. Check out what these Zoo mothers are doing to prepare their young ones to become adults.
These animals can easily outrun even the fastest Run for the Zoo competitors.