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Safari Night Awards Dinner

“Thank you everyone who was able to join us for this years Safari Night Awards Dinner! This years event was extremely successful. It was great to see old friends and make a lot of new ones. The money raised will go to support the ongoing improvements at WLC including animal care, veterinary supplies and public education. If you didn’t have an opportunity to make a donation you can still do so. A special thanks to this years honoree, Tara Strong, for her ongoing friendship and incredible generosity to WLC. We will see you all again next year-come visit soon!”

What Is Wildlife Learning Center?

Adopt An Animal

ANIMAL ADOPTIONS

You’ll receive an authentic certificate of adoption and a 5×7 photo card with the animal’s picture and rescue story.

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Amazon Smile

AMAZON SMILE

If you shop at Amazon, you can help the WLC with Smile!  Amazon Smile will donate 0.5% to WLC and it won’t cost you anything.

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Zeus The Blind Owl

HOME OF ZEUS

Zeus was given a home at WLC in the summer of 2012.  Prior to living at WLC, Zeus was treated at a wildlife rehabilitation facility.

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Lola the Sloth

HOME OF LOLA

Lola’s popularity skyrocketed after appearing on the Ellen DeGeneres Show with Kristen Bell. Visit the WLC and visit Lola and Sid.

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Upcoming Events

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WILDLIFE LEARNING CENTER

Wildlife Learning Center (WLC) is a zoological park nestled in an old olive grove in San Fernando Valley, California, where visitors can appreciate and learn about animals from around the world. WLC was founded to provide public education in the life sciences, conservation, and our environment. WLC is dedicated to providing life-long care to more than 100 displaced, rescued, and zoo-born wild animals from about 50 different species who call this shady, natural environment home.

 

MISSION STATEMENT
To provide public education that inspires people to care for our wildlife, to care for our environment, to develop a deep interest in the life sciences, and to give loving care and sanctuary to animals in need.

VISIT THE CENTER

Hours:

Open 7 Days A Week
10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Admission:

Children: $8 (15 and under)
Adults: $10
Teachers (with I.D.): $8
Veterans (with I.D.): $8
Seniors (65+): $8
Children 2 years & younger: Free

Address:

16027 Yarnell Street,
Sylmar, CA 91342
There is ample street parking on both sides.
Please park and walk through the entrance gate.

Animal Rescue

ANIMAL RESCUE

Learn more about some of the animals rescued by the Wildlife Learning Center.

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