Tickets to this refuge are a little pricey, but once we got there I realized it was well worth it. The refuge is in a beautiful location and is easy to find. You can really get up close and personal with the animals and each enclosure has a sign telling that animals story. We took the tour in the morning and while it was enjoyable our guide did not use a mike and it was very difficult to hear what she was saying. I would recommend going in the morning to look around and take the tour (we took the 11 a.m. tour) and then coming back around 4-5 for feeding time. All of the staff were very helpful and full of information. Overall, it was a great experience!
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