Friends recommended a visit and we were pleasantly surprised at how interesting the visitor's center is. There's a modest $5 admission fee to support the good works of the organization and it's well worth it. The exhibits showing how the staff rehabilitates various wildlife are fascinating. There are videos that will interest children and kiosks that let the viewer try to analyze the best treatment for each animal's medical problems. It provides a wonderful window into the dedication of the area residents and out of town college interns toward preserving the local wildlife and ensuring their health. Definitely worth spending an hour or so at this excellent facility!
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