Activities & Resources
Stone Zoo552in Stoneham, MA 02180
about Stone Zoo:
Animal exhibits include:
Dino Dig - A replica of an actual active archaeological dig site in Canada where children can dig for faux fossils from the Paleozoic, Mesozoic, and Cenozoic eras.
Mexican Grey Wolves habitat is home to the Mexican grey wolf, which is the rarest, southernmost, and most genetically distinct sub-species of the grey wolf in North America.
Monkey Exhibit features Coatimundis, Spider monkeys, and Colobus monkeys.
Himalayan Highlands is home to a beautiful pair of breeding snow leopards, Markhor goats, and the regional beast of burden, the yak.
Touchable Barnyard allows children and visitors a chance to get close and personal with a variety of friendly animals such as Hampshire sheep, miniature horses, and pygmy zebu.
Treasures of the Sierra Madre houses wildlife from the Southwestern United States and Mexico, including a breeding pair of jaguars, cougars, coyotes, Gila monsters, spectacled owls, cacomistle, and other indigenous reptiles and birds.
Windows to the Wild is the home to a variety of small birds, mammals, and primates from around the world, including African-crested porcupines, hyacinth macaws, emperor tamarins, two breeding colonies of Caribbean and Chilean flamingos, and much more.
Yukon Creek is a replica of the Canadian north woods, which houses members of their native wildlife such as bald eagles, Canadian lynx, and a pair of real reindeer.
Gibbon Exhibit, opened in June 2009 and home to a white-cheeked gibbon named Iggy, is 20 feet tall and provides ample space for climbing high and swinging throughout the exhibit.
Black Bear Exhibit, opened in May 2008, is home to three-year-old brothers that joined Stone Zoo from the Appalachian Bear Rescue (ABR) in Tennessee.