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Zoos, Animals Parks & Zoological Gardens Salzburg Zoo Nature & Species Conservation Center Salzburg Salzburg and Anif

Salzburg Zoo: More than 800 animals (140 species) make their homes on the some 14 hectares of the GeoZoo. Special attractions: free-flying griffon vultures, South America House, spacious open enclosures for the big cats and for white rhinoceros, Ark Petting Zoo. 2009 Hours: Year-round: daily from 9am Night Zoo in August 2009: Open every Friday and Saturday until 11pm, gates at the main entrance close at 9:30pm. Information: (incl. zoo tours, children’s birthday parties and tips for upcoming events) SALZBURG ZOO, Nature & Species Conservation Center Anifer Landstrasse 1, A-5081 Anif Tel. (0)662 820176, Fax (0)662 820176-6 , Admission Prices : Adults € 9.00 Students (up to age 27), apprentices, handicapped, seniors ages 60 and older (Mo—Fr), school children ages 15 and up (all require ID) € 7 Children ages 4-14 € 4.00 Family Ticket (2 adults and 1 child): € 20.50, each additional child: € 3.50 Group prices for 15 or more people (per person): Adults € 7.00; School children € 6.00; Children € 3.50 Free with your Salzburg Card!

Wildlife Parks & Zoos Fusch an der Glocknerstrasse over 200 animals – numerous game animals Open to the Public: May - November, 8:00 until sunset. Information: Tel. 0043(0)6546/220 Admission Prices: adults euro 5; children euro 3, tour groups euro 4 per person. Guided Tours: for groups of 20 or more (lasts approx. 1 hour, occasional opportunity to feed wildlife); For Children: petting zoo, children’s adventure land, kids’ train, ponds, railway, electric horse-riding track, etc. Golling Fallow deer enclosure (+ smaller agricultural animals): ca. 20 head of fallow deer on 2 ha. Open to the Public: all year round, daily. Information: Bachrain Organic Mountain Farm, the Siller Family, Moosegg 19, 5440 Golling, Tel. 0043(0)6244/6166 Admission Prices: free. Grossgmain Wolfschwang Wildlife Park: Red and fallow deer on ca. 2 ha. Open to the Public: all year, daily. Information: Wolfschwang Mountain Restaurant, 5084 Grossgmain, Tel. 0043(0)6247/8370. Admission Prices: free. Wildlife Feedings: daily between 2:00 and 4:00 p.m. Hintersee Wildlife feedings during the winter months. Covered viewing stand for wildlife watchers, located behind the sports grounds. Information: Mr. Otto Oberascher, Tel. 0043(0)06224/205 Hüttschlag Talwirt Wildlife Enclosure: Walkable wildlife enclosure featuring red and fallow deer. Open to the Public: all year (daily) Admission Prices: free

Information: Gasthof Talwirt, the Prommegger Family, Tel. 0043(0)6417/444. Directly next to the Valley Museum and the Hüttschlag-Talwirt National Park Info Center). Hüttschlag Wildlife Enclosure: Wildlife enclosure with red deer. Open to the Public: all year (daily) Admission Prices: free Information: Grossarltal Tourist Office, Tel. 0043(0)6414/281 Maria Alm Jufen Wildlife Enclosure: Red deer, roe deer, mouflon and hare; located on 4 ha. Guided tours available by arrangement, petting zoo for children. Open to the Public: Christmas – Easter and Whitsuntide – mid-October. Information: Gasthof Jufen, the Herzog Family, 5761 Maria Alm, Tel. 0043(0)6584/7152. Admission Prices: free. Wildlife Feedings: daily from approx. 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. Groups - also possible by advanced arrangement Rauris Kirchenwirt Wildlife Enclosure, Bucheben: red deer, ibex and chamois; on 8 ha. of land. Open to the Public: all year, daily. Information: Kirchenwirt, Bucheben, 5661 Rauris, Tel. 0043(0)6544/8119. Admission Prices: euro 3 per person children under 10 free ages 10 and up euro 1.50 Wildlife Feedings: daily. Program: opportunity to visit a 400-year-old schnapps distillery and old grain mill, along with sampling some schnapps. Info: Tourism Information, Tel. 0043(0)6544/20022 St. Margarethen Schlögelberger Wildlife Park: Red deer on approx. 4 ha. Open to the Public: all year, daily. Information: Alpengasthof Schlögelberger, the Sampl Family, Tel. 0043(0)6476/313 Admission Prices: free. Wildlife Feedings: daily (between 3:00 and 5:00 p.m. depending on season).

Wolfgangsee - St. Gilgen Abersee: “Village of Animals” Primarily domestic animals – to watch, pet and feed. Treasure hunts in a sand pile, big playground with unusual games; pedal go-carts with their own race circuit (incl. tunnel) and much more. Open to the Public: all year round. Information: Tel. 0043(0)6227/3948 or Strobl Tourist Office, (0)6137/7855 Admission Prices: euro 3 Wolfgangsee - Strobl Kleefeld Wildlife Enclosure: Wild boar, red deer, mouflon, fallow deer, ibex, plus a trout pond. Open to the Public: all year, daily. Information: Almgasthof Kleefeld, Johann Fürst, Weissenbach 12, 5350 Strobl, Tel. 0043(0)6137/7383, Admission Prices: free Untertauern Untertauern Wildlife Park: Mouflon, sika, ibex, red deer, llamas, nandu, Scottish highland cattle, fallow deer, potbelly pigs,

beavers, marmots, ducks, fish, goats, donkey, pony, etc.; total area: 6 ha. Open to the Public: year-round. Information: Gasthof zur Post, the Kohlmayr Family, Tel. 0043(0)6455/238. Admission Prices: free. Wildlife Park Cafe: open daily from 11:30am. closed Mondays. For children: petting zoo at the Tauernkaralm at an elevation of 1700 m above sea level. Uttendorf/Weissee Winter Wildlife Watching: with a passionate hunter (Upper Stubach Valley); Every Friday from Dec. until April Information: Uttendorf Tourist Office, Tel. 0043(0)6563/8279,,

Though every effort has been made to ensure correctness, not liable for any inaccuracies, errors or omissions. Last Updated: March 2009