Closed For The Season!

A Note To Our Guests

Well that’s all folks! Thank you, thank you, thank you.
This was a season where we really had no idea what was going to happen…It was a challenging year with tough decisions to be made but we are overwhelmed by the support we received all season long. Thank you for coming out, for loving on our animals, and for your (mostly) positive feedback.
We are now closed for the 2020 season and will open up again on or around May 1st 2021…And…2021 is going to showcase some really exciting changes to the zoo! Stay tuned this off-season for some sneak peaks…

Our Animals

Boulder Ridge takes pride in the many rare and endangered animals that can be found in our park. In fact, some of our animals are difficult to find anywhere else in the United States.

Invertebrates & Fish

The word “invertebrate” means “without a backbone.” In fact, the only thing that all invertebrates have in common is their lack of a backbone. Some have a hard exoskeleton that protects them, others are very soft and bendable; some float,...

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Reptiles & Amphibians

Reptiles are lung-breathing, scale-covered animals that are ectothermic, or “cold-blooded“. Being “cold-blooded” means that reptiles cannot regulate their own body heat so their warmth has to come from the environment around them. All reptiles are vertebrates, which means they have...

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Birds are members of the class Aves, which boasts over 10,000 species. Most birds are able to fly, but some, like ostriches, kiwis, penguins, and emus, have wings but cannot fly, and other birds are far better at swimming than...

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There are over 5,500 different species of mammals. Mammals live on land, underground, in the air, or in fresh or salt water, but despite their diverse habitats, there are several things that mammals have in common: All mammals are vertebrates,...

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