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Visit More Than 20 Species of Animals

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On a tour of our Park, you’ll walk the three-quarter-mile path with an experienced guide and learn about each of our animals—and each species’ ecological importance.

Every visit is a conversation!

 

Visit Nearly 20 Species of Animals

WILDLY UP CLOSE

On a tour of our park, you’ll walk the three-quarter-mile path with an experienced tour guide and learn about each of our animals—and each species’ ecological importance.

Every visit is a conversation!

Visit More Than 20 Species of Animals

WILDLY UP CLOSE

On a tour of our Park, you’ll walk the three-quarter-mile path with an experienced guide and learn about each of our animals—and each species’ ecological importance.

Every visit is a conversation!

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TOUR

Adventure, Adult, Twilight, Photo, Private

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SUPPORT

Donate, Wish List, Adopt, Memberships

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VOLUNTEER

Events, Visitor Services, Maintenance

Our Mission

Educating people. Caring for animals. Advocating for species.
Meet More Than 60 Animals

Our Residents

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Visitors at the Animal Park viewing a Gray Wolf
Reconnect with Wildlife

Animal Park at the Conservators Center

The Animal Park at the Conservators Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization dedicated to educating people, caring for animals, and advocating for species. We are focused on wildlife education throughout the Triangle and Triad areas of North Carolina, and we partner with other organizations around the state and across the country to create opportunities for members of the public to learn more about the animals we share our planet with.

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Howling With Trekkie Wolf

Did you catch this recent Instagram post from Animal Park Executive Director Mindy Stinner? With more than 270k likes and counting, it’s clear that she—and

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Throwing Shade

Thanks to the hard work of our construction and animal care teams—and to donations from our supporters—residents at the Animal Park at the Conservators Center

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Family Adventures

Have you ever looked a lion, tiger, leopard, or wolf in the eye? Had a “conversation” with a jungle cat? Witnessed the flickering tufts of a caracal’s ear? What on earth is a binturong—and why is it so important to its natural ecosystem?

Discover all this and much more when you join us for an Adventure tour at the Animal Park!