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Vanessa G.
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Report | 3 days ago
Awesome little place with friendly staff. Park outside, and walk in. Adopt a free rock!
Kira S.
Verified
Report | 15 days ago
Do not go on a holiday, we were not able to pay for the extra experience due to the many visitors on Valentines Day. :( Staff was extremely friendly and helpful.
Margaret M.
Verified
Report | 15 days ago
Great place to go.
Janelle C.
Verified
Report | 17 days ago
Book a tour in advance.
Margarita R.
Verified
Report | 17 days ago
You can bring snaks for the kids and eat them at the pavilion
Star G.
Verified
Report | 21 days ago
It's pretty small; we were done in 1.5 hours. We bought the fennec experience, but it was only 15 minutes long. Still, it all helps the animals.
brandy
Verified
Report | 21 days ago
Great place to see animals up close. This is such a savings.
Michael R.
Verified
Report | 21 days ago
The place is on the small side but the animals seem well taken care of. I love the lynxes, sevals, foxes, and Lola the sloth. Best of all, the place is 5 minutes from where I live. I will be coming back for some of the up close animal experiences.
Lauren T.
Verified
Report | a month ago
Go early and pay extra for an "experience". You get to touch, feed, learn about some of the animals.
Margie Z.
Verified
Report | a month ago
It's a nice little place. You can see the animals closer than you would at a zoo. It is small but what they do is really nice. They give the hurt and disabled animals a chance of life. We'll go back there for sure.
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The nonprofit Wildlife Learning Center populates its ancient olive grove with more than 50 species from across the globe, teaching visitors the value of conservation while raising funds for wildlife sanctuary and public education through its Wildlife Learning Foundation. Alongside a circular walking path, a menagerie of animals, including lynxes, arctic foxes, kinkajous, and college sports mascots, frolics within landscaped enclosures. Throughout the afternoon, friendly biologists give training talks on the hour and facilitate up-close interaction with various critters. The zoo also hosts children's camps and birthday parties for precocious naturalists to ensure a future generation of nature-savvy citizens.

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