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Add Bearizona Wildlife Park to your MUST DO list for any trip to Arizona.
Bearizona Wildlife Park
Bearizona Wildlife Park provides a home to multitudes of Arizona wildlife throughout it’s 180 acre location. Guests may drive through a 160-acre driving safari to see bears, bison, various deer, wolves, and more! You can also take a walk around the 20 acre “walk through” section to feed sardines to otters or pet a goat.
Bearizona Wildlife Park with Adventures by Disney
Because we visited Bearizona Wildlife Park with Adventures by Disney, we got to experience things that no other guest gets to experience. You can’t even buy this encounter!
The animal trainers at Bearizona included us in a training session of a rare black jaguar! It was amazing! Just one of the things that makes the “Disney Difference.”
They fed the jaguar baby chicks as part of it’s training. They would make the jaguar stand up, sit down, move his face to different parts of the screen — all while we were merely feet away from the cat.
Bearizona also offers a birds of prey show. Hunter got to participate as a “mouse.” Unfortunately, the world’s largest owl “ate” her.
After making a quick dinner of Hunter and her friends, the owl took flight, right over our heads!
All the pictures in the world won’t do Bearizona justice. Check out our vlog to get a full picture of the Wildlife Park experience offered by Bearizona.
Many (most) of the animals you see at Bearizona come to the park as rescues. Most can never return to the wild. Losing their fear of humans, cast out from the herd, and/or injuries cause these animals to find a permanent home at Bearizona.
During our tour, the guide pointed out many areas of expansion. Bearizona is definitely growing! Already a magnificent park, be sure to schedule a visit to Bearizona Wildlife Park the next time you’re in Arizona. You won’t regret it!