This conservation center is a hop, skip, and a jump away from Magic Mountain. If you're in the area, or on your way to Magic Mountain, stop by and make a difference. The conservation center is open on Saturdays from 9:30 to noon. You can learn a lot about these endangered apes. The tour is super informative, and the staff is there to answer any questions you might have about the gibbons. The gibbons live in pretty spacious digs, and you'll see them swinging through their habitat. Learn about their familial units, and which gibbons are trying "dating" to be potential mates. The gibbons are active in the day, so you'll get to see them in action, and not just sleeping. If you're lucky, you might see a baby or two! The road to the conservation center is gravel, but you don't need a 4 wheel drive. Bring a hat and sunscreen, as you'll be in the sun walking around from habitat to habitat. Comfortable shoes are recommended; you'll be walking on dirt. Closed toe would be good as you need to step in a shallow pool of disinfectant before entering the center so the gibbons don't contract anything from us visiting! Restroom is a porta-potty. The center is very clean, and habitats doesn't smell like poo!
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