An­i­mal Parks & Zoos

Where Seattle - - The Guide -

NORTH­WEST TREK WILDLIFE PARK— Lis­ten to tales of the wild told by nat­u­ral­ists on a guided tram tour through this wildlife sanc­tu­ary, where moose, elk, bi­son, moun­tain goats and bighorn sheep roam over 725 acres of park­land. South of Puyallup off State Route 161, about 75 min­utes south of Seat­tle. www.nwtrek.org. 11610 Trek Drive E, 360.832.6117. Map 3 H13 POINT DE­FI­ANCE ZOO & AQUAR­IUM— See ma­rine wildlife from the north and south Pa­cific, red wolves, Su­ma­tran tigers and more. Get hands-on with sea stars and stingrays, and even get the chance to dive with sharks in the only warm-wa­ter shark dive in the Pa­cific North­west. www.pdza.org. 5400 N. Pearl St., Ta­coma, 253.591.5337. Map 3 G11 WOOD­LAND PARK ZOO— The 92-acre Wood­land Park Zoo is con­sid­ered one of the best in the world. See an­i­mals from around the world, in­clud­ing gi­raffes, tigers and pen­guins. Oct. 1-April 30 open daily 9:30 am- 4 pm. May 1-Sept. 30 open daily 9:30 am- 6 pm. www.zoo.org. 5500 Phin­ney Ave. N, 206.548.2500. CityPass par­tic­i­pant. Map 2 B4

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