As a South Floridian we are inundated with ads for all the big parks and zoos. The scenery alone is worth the visit. The grounds are lovely and full of some really incredibly well preserved trees. What I love most about this place is that it's not for profit, the animals that can be recuperated are released and the ones that cannot be released are participants in breeding programs to ensure the safety of the species. The animals are well cared for and not there for "show". I'm happy to return as often as I can and happy to pay the admission price. At least I know where my money is going. My only criticism is of the cafe in the middle of the park. It could use a little more variety. As a vegetarian there was nothing for me to eat except for bagged mixed nuts. The smoothie bar out front was a savior. If you go, make sure you take 15 minutes and watch the animal show. Very informative.
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