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Wildlife Learning Center, Los Angeles

Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
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4/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
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  • a lovely learning centre where animals are "rescued" and looked after. We had a lovely time exploring the centre and looking at the variety of animals. We also enjoyed talking to other visitors - some...  read more »
  • I love zoos, try to visit all parts of the world. But here quite professionally created the conditions as close to this. The animals look good, move freely across the territory. Good service, everything is clear, staff/supervisors are ready to help, if you have any questions.
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  • We spent a few hours visiting the Wildlife Learning Center. It is small, but informative. The staff were outstanding. We did two individual visits (that you pay extra for) with Sid the sloth and a fen...  read more »
  • We loved our visit. This is a one square block facility, with 60 or so creatures. Most of the animals are exotic rescues that cannot be released into the wild. The WLC is essential to keeping them alive. We paid for a special experience to visit Lola and Sid the sloth. The guide gave a 5 minute speech and then we were able to pet her while they fed her flower petals and cucumbers.
  • Loved it! seem like all employees actualy care to teach abouth their animals. It is a small place but very clean and organized. Good way to spend 2 hours
  • Cages are extremely small, and some animals "will call wlc home all their life." The animals can't survive in the wild, but it is inhumane how small the cages are for them to live in. For example a red hawk who is able to fly is kept in an extremely tiny cage where he can only fly 2 feet distance, and he kept trying to get out of it, hitting the gate. The animals are exotic and they are all spending their lives in extremely cramped cages. This place is far less humane than even a zoo. Also, the blind owl they show on the webpage is sitting in the back of their office approx 7 feet away from the ticket desk and they do not allow visitors to see it up close, you can't even see his face/eyes, yet the webpage uses it as a draw for visitors to see
  • This is an absolute must - especially for families looking for wholesome and entertaining activities: AND it's SO much fun that you won't even know that you're being educated about so many wonderful animals of the world. You'll meet rare bald eagles, owls, lemurs,, sloths, snakes - and what is a fennec?! It's MAGIC!
  • This is a fantastic, quaint intimate center that lets you get up close with a wide range of animals. It's quiet, rustic, and go at your own pace. There are a couple of areas to sit, relax, and have a picnic. You can walk through it in 15 minutes, or spend over an hour enjoying the up close experience with the animals. Kids love it - many of the animals are literally inches away and at eye level to them. Pro tip - if it's rained recently, be sure to wear shoes that'll deal with the mud. It can get very muddy in the little park!
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