Meet the Animal Ambassadors of Wild Wonders Bonsall CA

Meet the Animal Ambassadors of Wild Wonders Bonsall CA

One of our favorite Local Adventures and discoveries during our time in Las Vegas was Roos’n’More. Even to this day, we talk about how amazing it was to interact with the animals and gain a deeper appreciation for each species. After moving back to California, we learned of another educational zoo in San Diego County that has worked with Roos n More.

Meet the Animals of Wild Wonders Bonsall CA.

ABOUT WILD WONDERS BONSALL CALIFORNIA

Wild Wonders is home to more than 150 animal ambassadors with a mission to rescue, educate, and conserve. Through live interactive programs and tours, they give people the chance to learn about wildlife with a hands-on approach. They mostly work with schools, but you can book a private tour to meet the animals.

Wild Wonders Bonsall California.

During our visit, we got to meet many different animals, including armadillos, kinkajous, cheetahs, porcupines, foxes, wallabies, binturongs, and more. Our favorites were the cheetahs and foxes.

Did you know that arctic foxes shed their fur and become brown in the summer?

Meet the Arctic Foxes at Wild Wonders San Diego.
Meet the Arctic Fox Ambassadors of Wild Wonders Bonsall CA.
Meet the Arctic Foxes at Wild Wonders Bonsall CA, an educational zoo with a mission to rescue, educate, and conserve.
Meet and interact with the North American Porcupine (Erethizon dorsatum) at Wild Wonders Bonsall California. In the wild, they are found in the forests of Canada and the United States.Meet and interact with the North American Porcupine (Erethizon dorsatum) at Wild Wonders San Diego. In the wild, they are found in the forests of Canada and the United States.
Meet and interact with the North American Porcupine (Erethizon dorsatum) at Wild Wonders Bonsall CA. In the wild, they are found in the forests of Canada and the United States.
Meet the Fennec foxes of Wild Wonders San Diego. They are desert dwelling foxes found throughout North Africa.

All of the animals came from other educational facilities, were rescued from illegal pet situations, abandoned by previous owners, or are unable to live in the wild for various reasons. At Wild Wonders, they are taught to become ambassadors and to help teach people about animals and conservation. Although they are not open to the public on a day-to-day basis, you can book private tours and events.

Meet the Cheetahs of Wild Wonders Inc in Bonsall California, where their mission is to rescue, educate, and conserve.Meet Victor, the Cheetah ambassador of Wild Wonders Bonsall California. Their mission is to rescue, educate, and conserve.

We had no idea there was such a thing as a legless lizard until our visit! Unlike snakes, they move more like a rolly polly, have eyelids and external ear openings, and lack broad belly scales.

Meet the legless lizard at Wild Wonders Bonsall CA.

Here’s a Binturong aka BearCat. If you get a sniff of them, oddly enough, they smell like popcorn!

Binturong also known as bearcats are found in the forest of Southeast Asia. Come meet the Binturong ambassadors of Wild Wonders Bonsall CA.
Burmese Pythons (Python molurus bivttatus) are one of the largest snakes in the world, often growing more than 15ft.
I’m always amazed to see the dedicated staff that takes care of all these animals. We completely fall in love with the animals we interact with and can only imagine the impact it has on kids that get to see them up close and personal too.

Meet the Arctic Fox ambassadors at Wild Wonders San Diego. Their mission is to rescue, educate, and conserve.Meet and interact with the Bennetts Wallaby at Wild Wonders Bonsall CA.
The Bennetts Wallaby at Wild Wonders Bonsall CA.
Hairy Armadillo Wild Wonders Bonsall California.Arny the Hairy Armadillo at Wild Wonders Bonsall CA.

You can see most of the animal family here. They are constantly working to raise money for conservation efforts biologists all over the world are working toward. If you are passionate about animals and conservation, consider sponsoring / “adopting” one of the animals to help with the costs of medical care and running the facility. You can also donate supplies, money, or volunteer to help out as well. Booking a private tour goes toward supporting their efforts.

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Meet the Animals of Wild Wonders Bonsall CA.Meet the Animals of Wild Wonders Bonsall California.

Wild Wonders
5712 Vía Montellano
Bonsall, CA 92003

760.630.9230
[email protected]

Do you have a favorite animal you’d like to meet?

xoxo estherJacob

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