Wildlife West Nature Park

You might have heard of the famed stretch of land in Edgewood, New Mexico that houses more than 20 native species. It's called the Wildlife West Nature Park, and it's a little slice of heaven for native animals.
The 122-acre park provides a glimpse into the wild side of New Mexico for locals and visitors alike, but it's so much more than an interactive zoo. This is where animals who have been in accidents (or rescued from an inhumane environment) find their forever homes when they are no longer able to live independently in the wild. Black bears, turkey vultures, and cougars alike find shelter in custom-built habitats and are able to live out the rest of their lives with professional caregiving and plenty of love. It's fun for the whole family!

Event Information

Location: 87 North Frontage Road, Edgewood, NM 87015

Dates/ Times: March 15th - End of October;  Open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.      November - Mid-March: Open Noon to 4 p.m.

For More Information, please call Local - (505) 281-7655 or Toll-Free - (877) 981-9453

Cost: Admission: Adults: $9.00; Seniors: $7.00; Students: $5.00; Children under 5: Free