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.
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.
Latest BioPark News
Facility's annual minnow release increases, as do wild spawning and survival
Success for zoo staff who traveled to Ivory Coast to bring critically endangered crocodile back from the brink
River of Lights—behind the scenes
ABQ BioPark Zoo's Orangutan Awareness Day set for Saturday as fires threaten primate's wild habitat
Chimp twins' first birthday a reminder of troupe's transition from laboratory life to thriving hierarchy
Ex-laboratory chimps discover their new life at the ABQ BioPark Zoo
Zoo hopes addition of new Komodo dragon will aid the plight of this endangered species
Wolf Awareness Days at the zoo to educate the public about importance of Mexican gray wolf plight
ABQ BioPark Aquarium growing and distributing endangered coral species around the country
Several upgrades, including shade structure, made possible with PNM Power Up Grant.
ABQ BioPark Zoo Baby Giraffe Naming Contest
Baby Giraffe Born at ABQ BioPark.
A Tayra and a Fossa are the most recent additions to the ABQ BioPark Zoo.
Some peacocks will be relocated from highly-congested central area.