I love animals and couldn't wait to see some that I would never get to see in the wild. The large animal enclosures (bears, moose, deer) were a good size and the animals were clearly visible and great to watch. Cages for the smaller animals (skunk, porcupine, racoon) were older and seemed too small. I was there at around 1pm which must have been feeding time so even some of the nocturnal animals were up eating which was great. I was concerned about the fisher cat who ran repeatedly back and forth at the front of the cage - it seemed stressed or bored. A coyote also paced around a track in it's enclosure wimpering. While it was great to see eagles up close it was disturbing that the enclosure was so small. I understand all of the animals here are unable to be returned to the wild due to injury etc and are being well cared for however I still felt concerned. I spoke to the woman in the ticket office upon leaving to find out more but she didn't seem very knowledgeable on the topic. I wonder if the park had more funding they might be able to update some of the enclosures. Overall I think the place is very well set out and a great educational tool for children (and adults). The facilities are excellent and it was very pleasant to wander through the grounds.
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