This is a small rehabilitation center as other reviews have noted. The visit is made special by the efforts and information provided by the volunteer staff. On the day we were there, staff members were posted strategically to greet and inform visitors. It isn't long before the staff gives you feel for the personality of each of the (mostly feathered) residents which makes the visit much more intimate than just a trip to a zoo. If you, or your children, like animals, you'll like this place. There's no fee just a few boxes or jars where you can leave a donation. Unlike some other reviewers, it seemed like many of the birds here were permanent residents (crippled wings).
We especially liked the hawks and eagles, though it was sad to see such beautiful birds that would never fly again. Worth your time.
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