The most scenic spot in the area. The grounds are a riot of color in the summer, the mountain views are splendid year around and the animals are active in the spring and fall. I cringe when people describe it as a "zoo" which it most definitely is not. It is a place for injured or orphaned animals to be rehabilitated or given sanctuary for the rest of their lives. When you visit adults will learn and enjoy; children will be positively enthralled!
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