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American Bald Eagle in the Wildlife Learning Center!
The American Bald Eagle is one of the recent rescued animal additions to the WLC.
David Riherd stated, “The bald eagle is so impressing and beautiful, it’s an honor to have such an amazing creature at the Wildlife Learning Center”. “
The Wildlife Learning Center is located in Sylmar, CA. WLC is open to the public 7 days of the week from 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM, and admission is only $7 for adults, $6 for children. For an additional charge you have an opportunity to get hands on encounters with animals. That includes having the opportunity to feeding and petting some animals. With low prices, compared to a large zoo it is a great opportunity to come and see over 50 species that include; lynxes, prairie dogs, kinkajous, snakes, lizards, tortoises, alligators and macaws to name a few.
16027 Yarnell St. Sylmar, CA 91342
Contact: Paul Hahn: email@example.com
Contact: David Riherd: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office# (818) 362-8711
LA Weekly name the Wildlife Learning Center the best alternative zoo/sanctuary in Los Angeles. Wildlife Learning Center is a wildlife sanctuary and public education that is located in Sylmar, Ca. The Wildlife Foundation provide financial support for the ongoing care of the dozens of rescued animals that are given a home for life at the WLC. The sanctuary includes over 50 different species. They are a non- profit organization that provides outreach and onsite education in wildlife biology. Their outreach program is the largest in Los Angeles with classes taught by their friendly and enthusiastic biologists. The Learning Center is also open to the public and visitors can have; one-on-one encounters, behind the scenes tours, zoology courses, as well as birthday parties and special events booking.
Wildlife Learning Center