Wildlife lovers of all ages are in for a treat this Sunday, April 27 from noon -4pm when the California Wildlife Center in Calabasas opens their doors (typically closed to the public) for behind-the-scenes tours, up-close encounters and children’s activities. Admission is free and human-friendly refreshments will be served.
Be prepared to learn about the spring season when CWC sees orphaned babies separated from their mothers due to natural and human-related causes, many from folks trimming trees right now when actually fall is a better season.
When you take a guided tour, you will get to see the Intensive Care Hospital, the Baby Care Unit, and several Outdoor Enclosures where animals are learning to “be wild” again before they are released to their natural wild home. Talk it up with the staff and find out how you can help fledging birds and stranded seals and sea lions.