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Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

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Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

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Review by Don Grall: January 2001

Exhibits:
Siberian Tiger-- excellent, ~4 yrs old, built for good viewing
Lowland Gorillas-- very good, outdoor area has good viewing (summer months) Indoor area has good viewing but poor aestheically (glass,concrete enclosures)
African Lions--recent, but poorly designed for viewing
Amur Leopard--recent, good viewing but poor esthetically (basically a new cage)
Raptors--good overall area for exhibits, but cages are too small for the
inhabitants (this is true for all species)
Mexican Wolves--great enclosure for the wolves, poor for viewing unless you're
lucky, very dark overall outdoor setting, lots of trees/shrubs
Black-footed ferrets--good exhibit, in darkened building with glass fronted tunnels but difficult to see.
Giraffes---basic concrete wall enclosures, fairly large, no vegetation with exception of some trees at viewing end, has babies every year(Reticulated)

 

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