The Sacramento Zoo not only has more than 500 native, rare and endangered animals, it also has a collection of wildlife art scattered throughout its 14.3 acres.
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Viewing the wildlife art, as well as the wildlife, adds to the whole Sacramento Zoo experience. The Sacramento Zoo website has a Self-Guided Tour Art Map which you can find here.
Some of the wildlife art I saw on my recent visit to the Sacramento Zoo are pictured:
These are only some of the wildlife art you can view at the Sacramento Zoo. Not shown are:
Snake in the Grass by Donna Billick; Family Pride by Judy Arrigotti; Bronze Hawk by John Battenberg; Mermaid by Phil Schuster; Woman with Dove by Phil Schuster; Woman in Robe by Phil Schuster; Australian Adventure Photo-Op by Lily Toppenburg; Big Bird by Phil Schuster; Butterfly Photo-Op by Lily Toppenburg; Spider Photo-Op by Lily Toppenburg; Pig in a Blanket by David Gilhooly; Mountain Gorilla Bust by Trent Meyer; Olive Baboon Bust by Trent Meyer; Giraffe by Dennis L. Haile; Water’s Edge by Trent Meyer; Up to My Neck by Terrence Martin; Stucco Jaguar by Trent Meyer; Fork by Terrence Martin; The Magic Kingdom: Animal Tales by Shelley Jurs.
So, you can see what you are missing!
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