WILDLIFE SAFARI (Safari Game Search Foundation)
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review
PO Box 1600 1790 Safari Road Winston OR 97496 USA
Mission Statement: To enhance entertainment, education, and cultural experiences with a commitment to conservation, preservation, and research of native and exotic wildlife. Statement of Purpose: Wildlife Safari is dedicated to conservation, education and research of native and exotic wildlife. It is our commitment to educate the public about the status of animals around the world.
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I have been visiting the Wildlife Safari for many years and watched them grow. The Village is free of charge and has over 100 animals, displays, a lovely gift shop, play area and a café. The drive-thru does have a charge which is quite reasonable. The drive- thru has three different “continent” areas – Africa, Asia and America, with free-roaming animals as well as animals in enclosures. As cars drive through animals come right up to the car – giraffes, zebras, rhinos, camels, ostriches, and many other fascinating animals. The bears, lions, cheetahs and elephants are in separate enclosures that can be driven through for a close viewing. The cheetah program is impressive and is a leader in cheetah breeding. The feeling as I drive through the park is one of freedom and joy. The animals are living together in open areas and thriving. The love and caring the staff feels for the animals is evident. Education is an important part of the Park’s commitment to the animals and the visitors and I learn something new each time I visit. I highly recommend the Wildlife Safari!
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