San Bernardino Mountains Wildlife Society
Rating: 4.88 stars 32 32 reviews
P O Box 1782 Lake Arrowhead CA 92352 USA
Preservation and conservation of wildlife and their ecosystem. Out Motto: Preserving Wildlife Helps Heal the Human Spirit.
Rehabilitated thousands of wildlife since 1994, educated the public about wildlife and our ecosytem through school programs, outdoor science, tours, and events
Children of all ages and adults
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Wildhaven Ranch offers informative educational programs that is fun for families and students. I learn so much about wildlife and our environment during my visits. Lake Arrowhead community is lucky to be the host of Wildhaven.
Received a wonderful educational experience while having fun. Wildhaven Ranch is a great place to view California Native animals up close and personal while learning how they play an important role in our environment. I highly recommend a Wildhaven tour.
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My brother lives in Twin Peaks, my Grandparents lived in Cedar Glen, I have gone past Wildhaven for years on the way to Hook Creek, never knowing that the ranch even existed. We went on a Saturday when they had just opened due to snow on the road. I was blown away by the facility, Diane and her Husband are unbelievable people. The are taking care of the animals that us human have humanized making them not able to be released back into nature. If I lived in the mountains I would be volunteering at this facility. The birds that I was able to see up front and close was amazing to me. I am not working at this time, but when I do find a job I will be donating money to this fantastic operation. It is a MUST go if you are visiting the mountains. Thank you Diane for all you do.
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Educating people not to humanize animals!
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