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How many zoos have you visited? (poll 2)

Discussion in 'General Zoo Discussion' started by Arizona Docent, 27 Jan 2018.

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How many zoological parks have you visited?

  1. 1-9

    22 vote(s)
    10.3%
  2. 10-24

    58 vote(s)
    27.1%
  3. 25-49

    35 vote(s)
    16.4%
  4. 50-99

    49 vote(s)
    22.9%
  5. 100-199

    32 vote(s)
    15.0%
  6. 200-299

    8 vote(s)
    3.7%
  7. 300 or more

    10 vote(s)
    4.7%
  1. migdog

    migdog Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the info @TeaLovingDave I'll look up your directions now :)
     
  2. TeaLovingDave

    TeaLovingDave Moderator Staff Member

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    Basically, look out for this food stand opposite the main entrance, just along from some toilets:

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    The exhibit for Himalayan Civets is tucked behind this stand and visible from a short distance, like so:

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    However, there IS a larger and more obvious exhibit being built elsewhere in the zoo - it is entirely possible they have moved there by now, but worth checking this exhibit nonetheless.... even knowing roughly where it was, I very nearly missed it myself!
     
  3. migdog

    migdog Well-Known Member

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    Great stuff thanks, I definitely wouldn't have spotted that! Can wait to visit, so many amazing animals and some will be firsts.
     
  4. TZDugong

    TZDugong Well-Known Member

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    I can now add 3 more zoos to my life list after a short 7 day road trip to the US.

    Columbus Zoo
    Cincinnati Zoo
    Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies
     
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  5. migdog

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    I've joined the 100 club! Great trip to Germany, though I didn't see the Himalayan Masked Civets at Dortmund (despite multiple visits to their enclosure), but I did see the short-tailed opssum and two oncilla. Duisburg for me was a mixed bag, but finally seeing Baby was a treat, as well as watching Apari (the wombat) following around and playing with his best friend Lizzy, the young Swamp wallaby - it was so cute. Zoom Erlebniswelt was probably my favourite of the three it had some great exhibits (and some not so good). I could have spent all day in the tropical house watching the Orangs. Seeing my first dwarf polar bear was also a highlight, Antonia is such an adorable old lady, I instantly fell in love with her!
     
  6. TeaLovingDave

    TeaLovingDave Moderator Staff Member

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    Excellent - the opossum arrived after my visit, so this is a species which I am yet to see.

    Note that the cats you saw were Southern Tigrina (Leopardus guttulus) rather than Northern Tigrina (Leopardus tigrinus), and as such something of an oddity :) unless you have already visited Parc des Felins in France, they will have been a lifetick for you.
     
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  7. FunkyGibbon

    FunkyGibbon Well-Known Member

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    Finally joined the Hundred Club!
     
  8. Emanuel Theodorus

    Emanuel Theodorus Well-Known Member

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    Update: I forgot to put Kelly Tarlton's Sea Life Center and Agroventures Adventure Park (does that count?) on my visit to New Zealand in June 2018.

    I'm also gonna visit Bali Safari & Marine Park in 14th May during my school trip to Bali.
     
  9. Arizona Docent

    Arizona Docent Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    As of now (April 2019), the first groups all the way up to 100-199 are pretty evenly split and represent the majority. The last two groups, 200-299 and 300 plus, are the elites (I am not among them). They have currently six votes and eight votes respectively.
     
  10. pipaluk

    pipaluk Well-Known Member

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    I am currently stuck on 95, I have 2 new zoos definitely planned over the next 3 months, a trip to the far west of England may take me past the 100
     
  11. MRJ

    MRJ Well-Known Member

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    The median is in the 25-49 range, that is more than half the members have visited fewer than 50 zoos. So anybody who has visited 50 or more zoos are in the minority. Yes those how have visited 200 or more are an elite, though!
     
  12. Merintia

    Merintia Well-Known Member

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    Very few adds, only two new facilities since I voted on the old thread with a total of 58 now.

    Spain:


    Zoo de Barcelona
    Aquarium de Barcelona
    Parc de les Aus (now closed)
    Marineland Costa Brava
    Marineland Mallorca
    Aviario de Mallorca (now closed)
    Safari de Mallorca.
    Acuario de Porto Cristo
    Zoo Aquarium de Madrid
    Zoo Parque Grande (now closed)
    Faunia
    Mundomar Benidorm
    Rioleón safari
    L´Oceanogràfic
    Zoo de Valencia (now closed)
    Bioparc Valencia
    Jardín del Papagayo
    Zoo de Fuengirola
    Selwo Marina
    Zoo de Jerez de la Frontera
    La Cañada de los Pájaros
    Zoo de Guadalajara
    Aviapark La Muela
    Acuario de Zaragoza
    Minizoo del Ebro (now closed)
    Zoo Koki
    Zoo de Santillana del Mar
    Cabárceno
    Acuario de San Sebastián
    Parque ornitológico Los Molinos (now closed)
    Senda Viva

    France:

    Zoo d´Asson
    Parc Animalier des Pyrénées
    Museé de la Mer Biarritz
    Zoo Labenne

    Portugal:


    Zoomarine
    Zoo de Lagos
    Zoo de Lisboa
    Oceanario Lisboa

    Netherlands:

    Veldhoven Papegaaienpark
    Apenheul
    Harderwijk Dolfinarium
    Avifauna Vogelpark
    Burger´s Zoo
    Artis Zoo (including Micropia)

    Belgium:

    Pairi Daiza

    Germany:

    Duisburg Zoo
    Weltvogelpark Walsrode
    Berlin Zoo & Aquarium
    Tierpark Berlin

    Czech Republic:

    Prague Zoo
    Plzen Zoo

    USA:

    Bronx Zoo
    Central Park Zoo
    Prospect Park Zoo
    Queens Zoo
    San Diego Zoo
    SeaWorld San Diego
     
  13. KevinB

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    I have currently visited 47 zoological collections in five countries.

    While I have not visited nearly as many zoos as some people on here have, judging by the poll I've visited a pretty normal number of zoos for members of this forum as well as a pretty decent amount. I also believe that amongst these collections I have seen some of the top collections in Northwestern Europe as well as some smaller places and admittedly a few not not quite so great ones.

    I decided to mention collections by their current name and to mention if the name has changed since my (last) visit. I will list closed facilities in italics as well as add (closed) and list them at the bottom of each country's list. I also choose to list facilities with their names in the original language, but with some explanations/translations where I believe they are appropriate).

    The facilities are not listed in any particular systematic order of time, preference or geography.

    Some of these facilities I visited quite some time ago (in some cases like two decades ago) so I do not have vivid memories of all of these facilities, but of those I visited in, say, the last decade to decade and a half I do, and in most cases also have pictures, and in many cases very many pictures.

    Belgium (16 facilities)
    1) Zoo Planckendael (My first "local" zoo, the one I have definitely visited the most - probably well over 100 times by now - one that I still love and that I have had a membership for for over 20 years - i.e. about three quarters of my life.)
    2) Zoo Antwerpen (My second "local" zoo and as it also belongs to the Royal Zoological Society of Antwerp I've had also had a membership there for over 20 years.)
    3) Olmense Zoo
    4) SeaLife Blankenberge
    5) Serpentarium Blankerberge (small herpetological collection, now also belonging to the Royal Zoological Society of Antwerp.)
    6) Pairi Daiza
    7) Monde Sauvage
    8) De Zonnegloed Sanctuary (While they have an official Flemish zoo license* and I am counting them in for that reason, amongst others, this place, as they themselves also indicate, isn't really a zoo, but more like a sanctuary/animal rescue that is open to the public, as they rescue and house animals and educate rather than breed. This was a new facility for me in 2018.)
    9) Wildpark Domein van de Grotten van Han (Wildlife park on the domain of the caves of Han-sur-Lesse)
    10) Bellewaerde (Theme park also housing an animal collection that while smaller than that of most zoos, does include some charismatic megafauna like elephants, lions and tigers.)
    11) Familiepark Harry Malter (Relativaly small family recreational park including an animal collection. I visited as a school kid and have not been there since. At the time conditions were pretty poor for the animals and the attractions included elephant and camel rides, which I sadly participated in. I didn't hear much good about the park later on, although not very recently, but they have discontinued elephant rides at least and I hope they have improved. Last I heard they were working on that.)
    12) Insectarium Lieteberg (Small insect museum on the edge of one Flanders' largest nature reserves, the Nationaal Park Hoge Kempen, that houses a small living insect collection and an outdoor facility with captive native butterfly species, which I have not seen elsewhere so far and found the most interesting part of this not very impressive facility)
    13) Vlindertuin Knokke-Heist (Butterfly greenhouse in Knokke. Closed. There was a pop-up butterfly house in Knokke more recently but that one has also been closed.)
    14) Vogelpark Zwin (Closed. It was a small and pretty outdated bird park with mostly native birds, next to a large nature reserve. The bird park has since closed and been demolished to be replaced by a new education center and the "Zwin Nature Park", a nature experience park with tidal and dune landscapes. The nature reserve still exist and has in fact been substantially expanded recently).
    15) Aquatopia (Closed. The former location of Aquatopia within the Radisson Blu Astrid Hotel Antwerp, which is in fact located on the same square as Zoo Antwerpen, has now become a chocolate museum).
    16) Museum Koninklijk Belgisch Instituut voor Natuurwetenschappen (Museum of the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, our national natural history museum. The museum still exists, but to my knowledge and research there are no living specimen exhibits currently. It used to house some aquaria and a vivarium room with mostly invertebrates in their entomology and malacology halls, but these have been definitively closed as part of the museum's ongoing renovations. With this and the ending of a temporary exhibition on toxic animals including living specimens they don't currently display living specimens, although they likely do have some, somewhere.)


    * Flanders is the Northern Dutch-speaking part of Belgium. Full list of Flemish facilities with a zoo license: Erkende dierentuinen
    List for the southern, French-speaking region of Wallonia:
    http://bienetreanimal.wallonie.be/files/documents/BEA-zoos-agrees.pdf
    I could not find, nor know of any facilities currently falling under this legislation in the Brussels Capital Region and I believe the two that previously did (Brussels Aquarium and KBIN) have either closed completely (Brussels Aquarium, which I never did visit) or no longer display live specimens.

    Netherlands (22 facilities)
    17) GaiaZoo
    18) Burgers' Zoo
    19) Safaripark Beekse Bergen
    20) Diergaarde Blijdorp - Rotterdam Zoo
    21) Natura Artis Magistra - Artis Royal Zoo
    22) Ouwehands Dierenpark
    23) Dierenpark Amersfoort
    24) Vogelpark Avifauna (Bird Park Avifauna.)
    25) AquaZoo Leeuwarden (Called AquaZoo Friesland at the time of my visit.)
    26) Zoo Parc Overloon
    27) Apenheul (Primate park)
    28) Dolfinarium Harderwijk
    29) Dierenrijk
    30) Zoo Veldhoven
    31) Kasteelpark Born (Kasteelpark = Castle park.)
    32) Mondo Verde (Not only a zoo but also botanical and landscape gardens and some fun fair attractions on park grounds. This was a new addition to my list in 2018.)
    33) Het Arsenaal (Maritimine museum and attraction including some aquaria.)
    34) Reptielenzoo Iguana (Reptile zoo in Vlissingen, the town where Het Arsenaal is also located.)
    35) Zie-Zoo (The newest addition to my list and the only new collection I've so far visited this year.)
    36) Kasteeltuinen Arcen (Back when it was owned by the now defunct Zodiac Zoos and housed more animals then it does today, but I believe this park, which is mostly botanical and landscaped gardens, still houses some animals including exotics, so it might still be counted as a zoo, although they don't currently have a zoo permit.)
    37) Dierenpark Emmen (The old, now closed Emmen zoo that was replaced by Wildlands, which I have not yet visited.)
    38) Dierenpark Wissel Epe (Closed after the bankruptcy of Zodiac Zoos.)


    List of the biggest Dutch Zoos, belonging to the NVD (Nederlandse Vereniging van Dierentuinen, Dutch Association of Zoos).
    Dierentuinen « NVD Dierentuinen
    Facilities with a zoo permit in the Netherlands
    Dierentuinvergunning - Wikipedia

    Germany (6 facilities)
    39) Zoo Duisburg
    40) Kölner Zoo
    41) Zoo Wuppertal
    42) Allwetterzoo Münster
    43) Weltvogelpark Walsrode (Named Vogelpark Walsrode at the time.)
    44) ZOOM Erlebniswelt Gelsenkirchen

    France (2 facilities)
    45) Nausicaä - Centre National de la Mer (Nausicaä National Sea Center. Large aquarium, although I visited long before the large expansion that opened last year.)
    46) Zoo de Maubeuge

    United Kingdom
    47) Sea Life London Aquarium (Before it was purchased by the owners of the Sea Life chain. At the time it was just named the London Aquarium).
     
  14. drill

    drill Well-Known Member

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    Just joined the 4.3 percent of 200-299. At 201
     
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    Hipporex Well-Known Member

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    My list now stands at 39

    Facility's Name - Visit Date (Not Necessarily Most Recent Visit)
    1. Animal Ark - ?
    2. Aquarium of the Bay - ?
    3. Aquarium of the Pacific - ?
    4. Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum - June 28, 2017
    5. California Academy of Sciences - ?
    6. Cameron Park Zoo - July 6, 2017
    7. Clearwater Marine Aquarium - ?
    8. Disney’s Animal Kingdom - ?
    9. Folsom City Zoo Sanctuary - January 21, 2019
    10. Franklin Drive Thru Safari - April, 7 2015
    11. Honolulu Zoo - ?
    12. Houston Zoo - ?
    13. Lindsay Wildlife Experience - ?
    14. Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens - ?
    15. Mandalay Bay Aquarium - ?
    16. Memphis Zoo - ?
    17. Monterey Bay Aquarium - September 29, 2018
    18. National Aquarium D.C. (closed) - ?
    19. National Zoological Park - ?
    20. Oakland Zoo - July 24, 2018
    21. Ocean World - ?
    22. Oregon Zoo - August 11, 2018
    23. Ostrichland USA - ?
    24. Pacific Marine Mammal Center - November 11, 2018
    25. Sacramento Zoo - August 26, 2019
    26. San Diego Zoo - October 6, 2018
    27. San Francisco Zoo - December 31, 2018
    28. Santa Barbara Zoo - ?
    29. Sea Life Park - ?
    30. SeaWorld San Diego - October 7, 2018
    31. Sequoia Park Zoo - April 25, 2019
    32. Siegfried & Roy's Secret Garden And Dolphin Habitat - ?
    33. Six Flags Discovery Kingdom - June 20, 2019
    34. Scipio Petting Zoo - ?
    35. The Marine Mammal Center - ?
    36. The Seas with Nemo & Friends - ?
    37. Utah’s Hogle Zoo - ?
    38. Waikiki Aquarium - ?
    39. Wildlife Safari - April 24, 2019
     
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  16. devilfish

    devilfish Well-Known Member

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    I've not yet hit 500, but in case it pushes you on I thought I might list those which have taken me from 450 to the current count of 492. With no plans to visit anywhere new before August there's a chance you'll overtake me. We'll see if any spontaneous trips pop up before the summer. :)

    450. Dortmund Zoo (I realised that I hadn’t counted Stratford butterfly farm previously)
    451. Aquazoo Dusseldorf

    Scotland:
    452. North East Falconry (Huntly falconry)
    453. Macduff Marine Aquarium
    454. St Andrews Tropical butterfly house
    455. Scottish Sea Life Sanctuary (now closed)
    456. Fife Zoo
    457. Edinburgh Butterfly and Insect World
    458. Highland Wildlife Park
    459. Landmark Forest Adventure Park
    460. SEAR (Scottish Exotic Animal Rescue – still not entirely comfortable counting this one)

    South Africa:
    461. World of Birds
    462. SANCCOB
    463. Reptile World Cape Town
    464. Two Oceans Aquarium
    465. Sun City Aviary
    466. Crocodile Village
    467. Rhino and Lion Park
    468. Johannesburg Zoo
    469. National Zoological Gardens of South Africa
    470. Montecasino Bird Gardens
    471. Lory Park Zoo
    472. Mitchell Park Zoo
    473. Dangerous Creatures
    474. uShaka Sea World
    475. Umgeni river bird park

    UAE
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    476. Al Ain Zoo
    477. Wasit Wetland Centre
    478. Sharjah Aquarium
    479. The Green Planet
    480. Ski Dubai

    Uganda:
    481. UWEC (Uganda Wildlife Conservation Education Centre)
    482. Uganda Reptiles Village
    483. Kavumba Recreation Centre

    Egypt:
    484. Cairo International Garden Zoo

    England:
    485. ICBP (International Centre for Birds of Prey)
    486. Monkey World

    Spain:
    487. CRAM (Centro de recuperacion de animales marinos – Fundacion para la conservacion y recuperacion de animales marinos)

    Ireland:
    488. Tayto Park
    489. Sea Life Bray
    490. Dublin Zoo

    England:
    491. Tropiquaria Wildlife Park
    492. Exmoor Zoo
     
  17. ThylacineAlive

    ThylacineAlive Well-Known Member

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    From my last trip:
    113 (US 58). Riverbanks Zoo & Garden
    114 (US 59). Zoo Atlanta
    115 (US 60). Georgia Aquarium
    116 (US 61). Chattanooga Zoo
    117 (US 62). Tennessee Aquarium
    118 (US 63). Nashville Zoo at Grassmere

    ~Thylo
     
  18. Imperator Furiosa

    Imperator Furiosa Well-Known Member

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    I've visited 28 zoos, aquariums, and insectariums in my lifetime, plus four nature/science museums, one conservation center, and one theme park that keep live animals and could potentially be considered zoos. I've listed these facilities by the most recent year I visited them.

    Zoos
    1. Cougar Mountain Zoo, Issaquah WA (2002)
    2. Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium, Tacoma WA (2002)
    3. Racine Zoo, Racine WI (2003)
    4. St. Louis Zoo, St. Louis MO (2005)
    5. Siegfried & Roy's Secret Garden, Las Vegas NV (2009)
    6. Oregon Zoo, Portland OR (2013)
    7. Woodland Park Zoo, Seattle WA (2013)
    8. Henry Vilas Zoo, Madison WI (2016)
    9. Louisville Zoo, Louisville KY (2017)
    10. Milwaukee County Zoo, Milwaukee WI (2017)
    11.Toronto Zoo, Toronto ON (2017)
    12. Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, Baltimore MD (2017)
    13. Denver Zoo, Denver CO (2018)
    14. Central Park Zoo, New York NY (2018)
    15. Bronx Zoo, New York NY (2018)
    16. John Ball Zoo, Grand Rapids MI (2018)
    17. National Zoo, Washington DC (2018)
    18. Brookfield Zoo, Brookfield IL (2019)
    19. Cosley Zoo, Wheaton IL (2019)
    20. Lincoln Park Zoo, Chicago IL (2019)
    21. Potter Park Zoo, Lansing MI (2019)

    Aquariums
    1. Seattle Aquarium, Seattle WA (2013)
    2. National Aquarium in Baltimore, Baltimore MD (2016)
    3. New England Aquarium, Boston MA (2017)
    4. Ripley's Aquarium of Canada (2017)
    5. Downtown Aquarium, Denver CO (2018)
    6. Shedd Aquarium, Chicago IL (2019)

    Insectariums
    1. The Butterfly House, St. Charles MO (2005)

    Museums
    1. Museum of Science, Boston MA (2017)
    2. Calvert Marine Museum, Solomons Island MD (2018)
    3. National Museum of Natural History, Washington DC (2018)
    4. Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum, Chicago IL (2019)

    Conservation Centers
    1. Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute, Front Royal VA (2008)

    Theme Parks
    1. Busch Gardens Williamsburg, Williamsburg VA (2011)
     
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  19. drill

    drill Well-Known Member

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    Any interesting animals at these places?
     
  20. TeaLovingDave

    TeaLovingDave Moderator Staff Member

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    Reckon I might as well do a little update - as before, closed collections are in italics. I've hit the gross!


    Collections visited as of 14/05/2019: 144

    Austria: 1 collection

    Innsbruck Alpenzoo (first visited 2015)

    Belgium: 1 collection

    Antwerp Zoo (first visited 2018)

    Czech Republic: 6 collections

    AkvaTera Plzen (first visited 2017)
    Krokodýlí Zoo Praha (first visited 2017)
    Prague Zoo (first visited 2017)
    Zoo Jihlava (first visited 2017)
    Zoo Plzen (first visited 2017)
    Zoopark Chomutov (first visited 2017)

    Germany: 37 collections

    Aachener Tierpark (first visited 2018)
    AquaDom & SEALIFE Berlin (first visited 2018)
    Aquazoo Dusseldorf (first visited 2018)
    Biosphäre Potsdam (first visited 2018)
    Erlenbis-Zoo Hannover (first visited 2016)
    Klimahaus Bremerhavn (first visited 2016)
    Planten un Blomen (first visited 2016)
    TerraZoo Rheinberg (first visited 2018)
    Tiergarten Nurnberg (first visited 2015)
    Tiergarten Schönebeck (first visited 2018)
    Tierpark Berlin (first visited 2014)
    Tierpark Chemnitz (first visited 2018)
    Tierpark Hagenbeck (first visited 2016)
    Tierpark Hellabrunn (first visited 2015)
    Tropen-Aquarium Hagenbeck (first visited 2016)
    Vogelpark Niendorf (first visited 2016)
    Vogelpark Olching (first visited 2015)
    Weltvogelpark Walsrode (first visited 2016)
    Wildgehege Klovensteen (first visited 2016)
    Wildpark Connewitz (first visited 2018)
    Wildpark Grafenberger Wald (first visited 2018)
    Wildpark Schwartze-Berge (first visited 2016)
    Wilhelma (first visited 2015)
    Zoo am Meer (first visited 2016)
    Zoo-Aquarium Berlin (first visited 2014)
    Zoo Augsburg (first visited 2015)
    Zoo Berlin (first visited 2014)
    Zoo Dortmund (first visited 2018)
    Zoo Dresden (first visited 2018)
    Zoo Duisburg (first visited 2018)
    Zoo Frankfurt (first visited 2018)
    Zoo Halle (first visited 2018)
    Zoo Köln (first visited 2018)
    Zoo Krefeld (first visited 2018)
    Zoo Leipzig (first visited 2014)
    Zoo Magdeburg (first visited 2014)
    Zoo Wuppertal (first visited 2018)

    Netherlands: 6 collections

    BestZoo (first visited 2018)
    Burger's Zoo (first visited 2018)
    Dierenpark Amersfoort (first visited 2018)
    Dierenpark Zie-Zoo (first visited 2018)
    Diergaarde Blijdorp (first visited 2018)
    Natura Artis Magistra (first visited 2018)

    Portugal: 2 collections

    Jardim Zoologico de Lisboa (first visited 2019)
    Oceanário de Lisboa (first visited 2019)

    Spain: 6 collections

    Aquàrium de Barcelona (first visited 2019)
    Bioparc Valencia (first visited 2019)
    Faunia (first visited 2019)
    L'Oceanogràfic (first visited 2019)
    Parc Zoològic de Barcelona (first visited 2019)
    Zoo Aquarium de Madrid (first visited 2019)

    United Kingdom: 85 collections

    Amazon World Zoo Park (first visited 2013)
    Aquarium of the Lakes (first visited 2015)
    Battersea Park Children's Zoo (first visited 2017)
    Birdland Park and Gardens (first visited 2013)
    Birmingham Wildlife Conservation Park (first visited 2011)
    Blackbrook Zoo (first visited 2013)
    Blackpool Zoo (first visited 2011)
    Bluereef Tynemouth (first visited 2009)
    Bristol Zoo (first visited 2011)
    Butterfly World Stockton (first visited c.1999)
    Cedars Nature Centre (first visited 2017)
    Chester Cathedral Falconry (first visited 2017)
    Chester Zoo (first visited 2010)
    Chestnut Centre Otter, Owl and Wildlife Park (first visited 2011)
    Colchester Zoo (first visited 2013)
    Cotswold Falconry Centre (first visited 2014)
    Cotswold Wildlife Park (first visited 2013)
    Crocodiles of the World - original site (first visited 2013)
    Crocodiles of the World - new site (first visited 2014)
    Dudley Zoo (first visited 2011)
    East Park Animal Centre (first visited 2017)
    Edinburgh Zoo (first visited 2010)
    Exmoor Zoo (first visited 2013)
    Falconry Days (first visited 2013)
    Five Sisters Zoo Park (first visited 2012)
    Flamingo Land (first visited c.1992)
    Galloway Wildlife Conservation Park (first visited 2012)
    Gentleshaw Wildlife Centre (first visited 2013)
    Hagley Falconry Centre (first visited 2015)
    Hamerton Zoo (first visited 2011)
    Hawk Conservancy Trust (first visited 2015)
    Heythrop Zoo (first visited 2014)
    Highland Wildlife Park (first visited 1989)
    Howletts Wild Animal Park (first visited 2012)
    ICBP Duncombe Park (first visited 2015)
    Jesmond Dene Pets Corner (first visited 2015)
    Kew Gardens (first visited 2009)
    Kirkley Hall Zoological Gardens (first visited 2013)
    Kielder Water Bird of Prey Centre (first visited 2012)
    Kirkleatham Owl Centre (first visited 2015)
    Lake District Wildlife Park (first visited 2015)
    Lakeland Bird of Prey Centre (first visited 2015)
    Lakeland Wildlife Oasis (first visited 2015)
    Lotherton Bird Gardens (first visited 2018)
    Libertys Raptor and Reptile Centre (first visited 2006)
    Linton Zoo (first visited 2014)
    Living Coasts (first visited 2013)
    Manchester Museum Vivarium (first visited 2011)
    Marwell Zoo (first visited 2013)
    Monkey Haven (first visited 2013)
    Newquay Zoo (first visited 2013)
    North Anston Tropical House (first visited 2014)
    Paignton Zoo (first visited 2013)
    Port Lympne Wild Animal Park (first visited 2013)
    Reaseheath Zoo (first visited 2015)
    Regent's Park Waterfowl Collection (first visited 2017)
    Scottish Owl Centre (first visited 2015)
    SEALIFE Blackpool (first visited 2015)
    SEALIFE Manchester (first visited 2016)
    SEALIFE Oban (first visited 1994)
    SEALIFE Scarborough (first visited c.1992)
    Shaldon Wildlife Trust (first visited 2013)
    Shepreth Wildlife Park (first visited 2014)
    Skye Serpentarium (first visited 1998)
    South Lakes Wild Animal Park (first visited 2012)
    The Deep (first visited 2017)
    Thirsk Bird of Prey Centre (first visited 2015)
    Thorp Perrow Arboretum (first visited 2013)
    Tropical World Leeds (first visited 2013)
    Twycross Zoo (first visited 2011)
    Welsh Mountain Zoo (first visited 2012)
    West Midland Safari Park (first visited 2015)
    Wingham Wildlife Park (first visited 2017)
    Wild Animal Adventures (first visited 2014)
    Wild Discovery (first visited 2018)
    Wild Place (first visited 2013)
    Wildwood Trust (first visited 2017)
    Woburn Safari Park (first visited 2013)
    World Owl Trust Muncaster Castle (first visited 1990)
    WWT Martin Mere (first visited 2013)
    WWT Slimbridge (first visited 2013)
    WWT Washington (first visited 2004)
    Yorkshire Wildlife Park (first visited 2014)
    ZSL London Zoo (first visited 2012)
    ZSL Whipsnade Zoo (first visited 2013)
     
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