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International Polar Bear Day

Cold Snap


Did you know that polar bears are one of the largest and most dangerous bears in the world? I've also heard that when a polar bear covers its nose in the Arctic Circle (its natural home), it disappears. That's true! As strange as it might seem, we've actually got two polar bears right here in Albuquerque: Brothers Koluk and Kiska live at ABQ BioPark Zoo. I bet they never expected to end up in the desert with all that fur, but life has a funny way about it. This Monday is International Polar Bear Day, and to celebrate, you can take the whole family down to see these powerful creatures in the flesh and learn all about them. Zookeepers will give talks peppered between feedings from 10am-2pm, Feb. 27. The event is free with admission to the BioPark zoo, which costs $4 for children 3-12, $6 for seniors and $13 for adults. (Steve Bahama)

Monday Feb 27, 2017

903 10th Street SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102

Phone: 764-6214
Website: Click to Visit




ABQ BioPark Education

Phone: (505)764-6214
Website: Click to Visit

More events at ABQ BioPark Zoo

Learn more about polar bears while watching feedings, listening to enrichment and zookeeper talks.

Celebrate these marine mammals at the Zoo.

The ABQ BioPark has two polar bears, brothers Koluk and Kiska.

Learn more about International Polar Bear Day.