Luray Zoo

The Luray Zoo * 1087 Us Highway 211 West * Luray, Virginia 22835 * (540) 743-4113

Zoo News

Animal Wish List

If you wold like to help support the animals please check our donation page click here. At the Zoos Donation Page you will find a list of some of the items the zoo is in need of as well as links to the zoo amazon wish list. We hope everyone is having a great 2017!

Book Your ZOO TO YOU

Luray Zoo A Rescue Zoo is booking up for ZOO TO YOU Outreach programs! Call today to reserve your ZOO TO YOU program(s) 540-743-4113!

 


Luray Zoo Outreach

We bring the ZOO to YOU!

Since 1957 Luray Zoo has been providing outreach educational programs and displays. Just to name a few we have done: Yogi Bear Jelly stone Park Luray VA (2001-2011), Discovery Channel, Animal Planet ,National Geographic, Massanutten Resort, DC 101, schools, private events and parties!

Luray Zoo offers outreach programs year round!

 Call for pricing and availability. (540)-743-4113

What Type Of Outreach Programs Does Luray Zoo Offer?

Display

Walk Around

Lecture/ Assembly

Falconry Presentations

Birthday Parties

What Topics Can We Cover?

We can design any program around any subject! (We can even help with SOLs and badges for girl and boy scouts!) Here are a  few subjects we can teach!

Adaptation

Body Coverings

Habitat

Conservation

Ecology

Parasitism

Animal Diets

Life Cycles

Falconry Presentations

Snake Venom toxicity and complexity

 

Click link for more info

https://lurayzoo.com/edzoocation/outreach-program.html

Please Keep My wife in your thoughts and prayers

I would like to inform everyone my wife Christine went back in the hospital on Sunday July 31, 2016. The first diagnosis and surgery was not wrong this has turned out to be a different issue. With my wife in the hospital there will be delays on responses to discovery tour request due to the amount of pain she is in and the medication they have her on. We apologize for this inconvenience. Your visit will not be altered in any way while my wife is in the hospital as our staff which is like family to us is stepping up and making sure each day goes as smoothly as possible without Christine here. My wife is an amazing woman who does so much here at the zoo and takes amazing care of all the animals and  our 19 month old daughter Nala. We would like to thank everyone for there kind words and support during this time.

Mark Kilby
Co-owner Luray zoo a rescue zoo

Update

imageI Would like to give an update on my wife Christine. She has now been down at Duke University in North Carolina for a few days after being at a hospital here in Virginia for a very long time. They believe they have found what is wrong as well as a game plan as to how to fix it. It will involve a very risky surgery but everyone that has meet Christine knows my wife is a fighter. She would like to thank everyone for all the beautiful flowers and kind words and helping her keep her spirits up. She would like to thank everyone that sent her pictures of the animals on there visit to the zoo, she really does appreciate it and enjoyed seeing the pictures. She is very home sick and misses our Daughter Nala as well as all the animals. My wife is an amazing woman and pours her heart and soul into everything that she does here at the zoo and she is very missed. She is the engine that keeps this place doing the amazing work it does. She has dedicated her life to these animals and making sure that every animal is loved and cared for as well as making sure everyone has an amazing visit that they will remember for ever. We are a small family owned facility our visitors to us have become family over time and we are very gratefully for you helping us get through the this very hard and scary situation. For those requesting were you can send cards and flowers to you can drop them off here at the Zoo or she is currently at Duke university hospital Duke North Room 8313 Christine Kilby. They might let her come home with a feeding tube and home nurse until she is strong enough for the surgery, we will notify everyone when if she is allowed to. I would like to thank everyone for there patience with us on days we are running a little behind and opening a few minutes late. It is very hard for me to be away from my wife and I have learned just how hard it is to be in her shoes with taking care of our daughter and doing everything she does here at the zoo. Thank you for those that have helped out.

Mark Kilby Co-owner Luray zoo a rescue zoo