Washington has at least five terrific zoos and aquariums for families to visit. You can see amazing exotic animals and powerful rescued, endangered, and vulnerable animals living in our protected Washington sanctuaries.
Need to see a Joey? take a walk-a-bout in the outback? (well sorta) you have the opportunity to interact with several different kind of animals. In addition to kangaroos, They have everything from alpacas and flying squirrels to peacocks and wallaroos....W...
Since the Tri Cities doesn't have its own zoo we have to drive 4 hours to go to one of three, all about the same distance apart. If you're gonna drive for four hours, you might want to figure out which one is the best. We went out and looked at all the reviews and here's the basic rundown:
Residents in Seattle now have access to one of the best pick-me-ups ever.
A baby ocelot named Evita finally made an appearance Monday morning at the Seattle Woodland Park Zoo. The 3-month-old spotted feline was born in early 2011 and has since been bonding with its mom behind closed doors.