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Snow is coming our way! 5-15 inches, we can't wait!
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L ROD
In 2010 when the park first opened as a high school student she welcomed guest at the ticket booth.  She also served Bearizona as an ambassador and on the animal staff. 
Today she took care of the animals for the last time.  Tomorrow, it is time to crack the books as a nursing student.
We wish Lisa the best as she begins a new chapter in her life
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Coues Deer

This little doe enjoys some sun between snow storms.
Today, more snow.  The gang spent all day clearing snow for our visitors.
Still an awesome time to visit.  Most animals have no problem with a little inclement weather.
#bearizona #northernarizona #winterwonderland #wildlife  
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In addition to Fox 10, 3TV brought their morning show to Williams, Arizona on Friday.
Bearizona was on the must see in town.
Thanks to both stations for highlighting a fabulous city in Arizona.
Who out there saw one or both news casts?


#northernarizona #wildlifeparks  
Tess Rafols takes us to Bearizona in Williams, Arizona.
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Explorer, soldier, president, naturalist, reformer, and now a fan of Bearizona.
The former president stopped by to celebrate our national parks with the Tourism Cares gang.
Here Buster gets the chance to rub elbows with T.R.
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Rocky Mountain Goat
Part of the Goat-Antelopr family.
These nimble climbers are found in many of the alpine mountain ranges from Alaska, Canada, and the Rocky Mountains.
Their cloven toes have rough pads that can spread to give them an amazing ability to climb steep, rocky terrain.
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Frosty Morning Face Off

American Bison

These majestic creatures once roamed the plains of North America in the millions.
At one time hunted to near extinction, their numbers have once again risen to be classified as "near threatened (population stable)."
This female weighs close to 1400lbs (635kg).  Her male counterparts can easily weigh 2000lbs (907kg) to 2200lbs (997kg).
The fur being so thick that frost and snow can sit on them and not melt.

#Bearizona #Arizona #wildlife #bison #buffalo  
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Arizona Daily Sun has released their Best Of Flag 2015.
Thanks to all of you, Bearizona was voted #1 in The Best Place To Take Kids and was #2 in the best Flagstaff Attraction.

We thank all of you for supporting us and look forward to seeing you at the park.


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This year’s voting was the heaviest ever, with 5,000 voters casting more than 74,000 votes.
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Starting this Friday, Bearizona's Wild Wonderland event will be open nightly until December 27 (Except on Christmas Eve & Christmas-no event) The hours are from 5p-8p after normal park operations have closed, and takes place in a portion of Fort Bearizona walk through area.

Come enjoy 100,000 lights dancing in tune to Christmas music, Mrs. Claus storytime and meet our program animals up-close!

More information can be found on our website bearizona.com!
Don't forget you can get discounted tickets by going to Travel Zoo or Groupon!
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Come Meet Your Favorite Fox 10 Morning Show Personalities At Bearizona!

Wednesday November 18 the Fox 10 Phoenix morning show will be at Bearizona 7 to 10 A.M.
Come out and meet the gang as they hit the road and venture to the coolest wildlife park in northern Arizona.
If you can't make it out, be sure to tune in and watch.  You will also meet some of the Bearizona staff and learn more about the park operations.
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Snow Day
Snow fell yesterday at the park yesterday.
Here is one of the wolves enjoying the cooler weather.

How many of you have experienced +Bearizona Wildlife Park in the snow?


#wildlifephotos #northernarizonasnow #bearizona  
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Every season is it's own unique adventure.
It is always cool to visit year round.
Can't wait to see you again +Gus Scott-Exley 
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1500 Historic Rte 66 Williams, AZ 86046
1500 Historic Route 66USArizonaWilliams86046
(928) 635-2289bearizona.com
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Bearizona is a drive through wildlife park featuring an extensive collection of North American Wildlife. We also feature a walk through area with baby and smaller critters on exhibit.
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Wildlife park offering a drive-thru experience starring wolves, bears, bison, mountain goats & more.- Google
"This park is WELL worth the admission price...my family absolutely loved it!"
"You get to see bears, feed otters at 11:40am, pet goats and see a bird show!"
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Tyrell Shoemaker
a week ago
I took 5 kids (8, 6, 5, 4, 2) to Bearizona today and they all loved it! Worth the drive and admission! We started with the bus tour, Taylor was a great driver and shared fun facts about the animals in general and about specific ones living there. After the tour we went to the bird show, which was fun and not overly long. Having birds fly inches above your head was really cool. A quick lunch and then we spent sometime walking around, the bear cubs are so cute before seeking shelter from rain in the gift shop. Once it was clear again we drove around the park again. In all we spent about 6 hours enjoying Bearizona, and would go back if in the area again.
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Gregory Ryan
a week ago
Safari of the forest! Tons of fun! Great place for all ages. Bring your own food if you don't want to pay $6 for mozzarella sticks or hotdog.
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Saleh Fawzy
2 months ago
The wolves are trippy and pretty scary. The bears were having so much fun and some of them even climbed the trees. We had so much fun and used up the whole time till close. There's a nice picnic area to eat as well and enjoy the weather. This is great for families and a must see. Ask for the student discount if you're a student.
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john c
4 months ago
We loved it here! Went on a snowy day so the bears were being lazy and sleeping but we were able to drive by them and see them up close. Also some of the wolves approached our car which was great. Would definitely recommend.
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Ryan Morgan
a week ago
That was one of the most fullfilling experiences Ive been to out west. The drive through was exciting and being that close to a bear was awesome! The park after the drive through was unexpected but welcomed. I didnt even know about that part! All of the animals were unique and gery active, not like a zoo at all where the animals just sot around. Its worth the price all the way and if I ever come back west Im going to go again. My wife loved it even more than I did.
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Melanie Richards
2 months ago
Great place, we got the year pass, it's worth that cost if you go there often, we go every month. The animals have great habitats and they look healthy, the baby bears were adorable, the new gift shop is amazing, Bearizona is a work in progress, but it's great to watch it grow and all the new animals they get. I hear they are supposed to get jaguars. Well worth your money if you truly appreciate animals, I love it, everytime I go there I learn something new.
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Tracy Scott
3 months ago
I knew the basic premise of this park before I visited...a drive through wildlife park. However, it was SO much better than what I had anticipated. We first drove through the park on our own. Then we went on a walking tour where we could view some animals up close and even touch some farm animals. Then we went on a bus tour (included with admission price) and the driver narrated the tour, dropped treats so the animals would approach the bus, and gave us plenty of photo ops. He was quite funny too! This park is WELL worth the admission price...my family absolutely loved it! My ONLY complaint...it needs more restrooms. We went to the gift shop and I had to endure a porta potty. There appear to be only one set of restrooms in the entire park.
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Tom Wolf
2 months ago
Had a great time, we'll worth the cost. Was not very crowded and all the animals were out roaming the designated areas. Yoy can drive thru numerous times. We drove thru 3 times and found each trip a new experience.