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Conservators Center

Map676 E. Hughes Mill Road
Burlington, NC
888.650.1139

Description:

Get a unique view of big cats, wolves, and many other exotic species „often from just 5 feet away! Most visitors experience an oofing, the earth-shaking, collective roar of several lion prides when our guides call out to them on tours. You will be equally enchanted by our smaller residents, including binturongs, singing dogs, lemurs, servals, jungle cats, kinkajous, genets, a dingo, and other rare species. The Center is a nonprofit animal conservancy that offers family-friendly tours every weekend, birthday parties, field trips, and much more for animal lovers seeking a unique and fun educational outing. Advance reservations required.

Additional Information:

Ages: Alamance
Website: http://www.conservatorscenter.org
Audio: http://www.piedmontparent.com/directories/pdf/conservators-center-brochure-5-20-15.pdf

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