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We Are Growing
Exciting fun is just around the corner!
Audubon Nature Institute is growing with so much new to do coming up soon.
Where are the elephants?
Audubon’s elephants make specially scheduled public appearances as they (and we!) await completion of their brand new, spacious exhibit. Jean and Panya meet their adoring public between 10:00 and 12:00 each day except Wednesdays just across from the white tiger in Asian Domain, weather and staffing permitting. When not in public view, they’re taking it easy off-exhibit behind-the-scenes, getting ready for the big ribbon-cutting on their new habitat in early 2015.
We're creating new experiences for you all around Audubon Zoo. Here's what we're working on:
- Monkey Hill
Monkey Hill is closed for repairs. Work will be on the hill and the waterfall - the rope bridge and "spider web"climbing structure remain open. Monkey Hill reopens August, 2014.
- Embraceable Zoo
Audubon’s popular Children’s Zoo relocates right next to Monkey Hill. All your favorite goats, sheep and other critters will be waiting for you in a fantastic African village setting. Opening Fall, 2014. Meanwhile, you can see many of the residents of Embraceable Zoo from the Asian Domain boardwalk.
- Asian Domain
While we work to expand Asian Domain, you can still visit beautiful leopards, wave to the sun bears, visit Audubon’s famous white tiger and watch the playful babirusa and small-clawed otters as we make one of Audubon’s most beautiful areas even more special. New orangutan and elephant exhibits opening in 2015.
- Cool Zoo II
Can’t get enough of Cool Zoo? You’re in luck! Cool Zoo II expands the original Cool Zoo by an acre and a half, with the Gator Run a new lazy river with more water fun than ever before. Opening in 2015. Meanwhile, enjoy all the exciting fun at the original Cool Zoo while we work on the expansion.
- Sea Lion Pool
The historic upper pool is undergoing repairs,but you can still see Audubon's playful sea lions in the lower pool right next door. Check with a guest services representative for the schedule of shows and chats.
While we are busy creating new adventures for you throughout Audubon Zoo, remember to swing by two of Audubon Zoo’s most famous exhibits. The Louisiana Swamp is a true swamp experience in the middle of the city, with gators galore and the Cypress Knee Café if you want to grab a snack. Right next to the Swamp, Jaguar Jungle features animals like lively spider monkeys, anteaters and the incredible jaguars, exhibited amid Central America stone structures carved to look just like the originals.
Audubon Aquarium of the Americas
Signage at Audubon Aquarium of the Americas is getting a spruce-up. Pedestrians on Canal Street may notice some heavy equipment in place periodically as signs are removed for cleaning and refurbishing. Completion set for Winter, 2015.
- You'll soon be welcomed by a delightful new Plaza experience along the Mississippi River when you visit Audubon Aquarium of the Americas! A cooling canopy of palm trees and a sweeping view of the majestic river accentuate a beautiful new 90' linear fountain. We know you'll love it! Opening Spring, 2015.
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