Albuquerque Biological Park, New Mexico
This exhibit features two separate half-acre exhibit areas and a large public viewing area that permits feeding. The barn houses as many as six animals with several indoor enclosures, animal restraint capabilities, and loading and unloading areas. Special features include an air handling system that moves hot air from the ceiling to the floor, non-slip surfaces for the animals, special veterinary doors, and special feeding areas.
This exhibit was designed by VHGA Architect Ray Darnell while working for the City of Albuquerque.