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Big Bear Alpine Zoo

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Takis
Takis
September 17, 2020
The Big Bear Alpine Zoo is a zoo in Big Bear Lake, California, United States. It is one of two Alpine zoos in the United States. It specializes in rehab and release of local Alpine species and also has a permanent collection of animals in their zoo. It is located across the street from Bear Mountain…
Pat
Pat
September 2, 2020
When you go to this zoo donations to get in help the animals there Survive
Sue
Sue
August 30, 2020
Great for kids of all ages
Judy
Judy
August 29, 2020
This Zoo is very educational to young and old it’s a different kind of Zoo, all my grandchildren have been brought up going every year to see the newer animals and watch the rehabilitation of some that will be set free They provide a safe and loving “Home for Life” for animals which cannot be…
Kelly
Kelly
August 27, 2020
Big Bear Alpine Zoo is the "go-to" facility for injured and imprinted animals. Their rehabilitation facility offers injured, orphaned and imprinted wildlife a safe haven, either temporarily while they heal, or permanently if they are unable to survive on their own. One of only two alpine zoos in the…

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43285 Goldmine Drive
Big Bear Lake, CA 92315
Téléphone+1 909-584-1299
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