14831 Little Tujunga Canyon Rd, Angeles National Forest, CA 91342, United States
Wildlife WayStation, Savings and Zoo Park Description for 2017
It is internationally recognized for its ongoing, charitable efforts to rescue and rehabilitate wild and exotic animals, The Wildlife Waystation, situated on 160 acres in California's Angeles National Forest. There is a large and varied range of animals residing at the Wildlife Waystation. These include all types of large cats lions, tigers, bobcats, leopards, mountain lions, and even ligresses, They go out to schools and host events to help educate kids and the general public about the animals. Wildlife Waystation also features chimpanzees, bears, opossums, foxes, llamas, reptiles, wolves, and many types of birds including birds of prey. The Wildlife Waystation also has the largest chimpanzee colony in the western U.S. with almost 50 chimps as permanent residents.
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Season Pass Details for 2017
Wildlife WayStation Membership
Sign up to any membership levels and enjoy perks and privileges at Wildlife WayStation for a whole year.
Safari Student/Senior: $35.00
Safari Single: $50.00
Wildlife Supporter: $150.00
Wildlife Protector: $250.00
Wildlife Guardian: $500.00
Wildlife Rescuer: $1,000.00
Wildlife Patron: $2,500.00
Wildlife Champion: $5,000.00+
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