Monday, November 30, 2015

Experiencing Bearizona



Bearizona is a Williams, Arizona attraction located on Route 66.  This North American wildlife park permits visitors to enjoy seeing feral animals in their natural environment all from the security of your vehicle.  They say that “Bearizona is an adventure!”  There is an extensive diversity of flora and fauna from bison, lively big horn sheep, crafty wolves and cute bear cubs.  Along with the animals, they also feature High Country Raptors (not the ones seen on Jurassic Park).  You will experience hawks, owls, falcons and other raptors either perched or soaring above.  See each raptor close up and personal.

“Bearizona’s mission is to promote conservation through memorable and educational encounters with North American wildlife in a natural environment.”

The park will take at least 2 hours depending on how fast you drive thru.  If you want to see the animals out and about, in plain view, the best time to go is early morning or late afternoon.

Another feature of Bearizona is Fort Bearizona which is a walking tour.  You walk through twist and turns on a path inside the confines of the forest.  You can delve inside a bear den and see where the young bears live, or perhaps intermingle with the farm animals in the Fort Bearizona Barnyard, and end the tour in the gift shop.

For more information, check out their website:  http://bearizona.com/

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