This bird rehabilitation center seems to do a great job. The enclosures were reasonably sized for injured birds and clean. The birds seemed to be well taken care of and not stressed. We enjoyed talking with a fellow who was cleaning the enclosures. It is so cool to see birds of prey up close--especially the owls. We particularly enjoyed the beach area at the end where lots of wild pelicans, ibis and herons seem to congregate.
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