Become a Heritage Park Zoo Docent!

Do you enjoy learning and teaching about animals and wildlife? Consider becoming a Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary Docent! Docent Training Classes will be offered beginning this February.

Trained docents lead guided tours, educate the public on the animals and the Sanctuary, represent the Sanctuary at off-site events, and have the opportunity to do animal presentations. Docents play a key role in the Sanctuary’s effort to educate the public about wildlife and conservation.

If you are interested in learning more about becoming a docent, visit or to enroll in the program, call the Education Coordinator at (928)778-4242 ext 18, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or stop by the HPZS Gift Shop for an application.



Eagle Triaged at HPZS Released

A female Golden Eagle that was triaged at Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary after being found lethargic was released along with two other eagles on January 3rd.  Watch the video here.


Eagles at HPZS Video

Learn all about the new eagles at Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary in this great video from Arizona Game and Fish.


Eagles at the Zoo

Click Here to read about the new Eagles at Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary as posted in the Prescott Daily Courier.