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Wild Wonders is coping during the COVID-19 outbreak

 

Last updated 5/1/2020 at 12:43am

A bearcat is fed by a guest at Wild Wonders in Bonsall.

BONSALL – Everyone is facing unprecedented challenges in these COVID-19 times, but Wild Wonders, a small private wild animal refuge in Bonsall, is determined to survive.

Wild Wonders houses 120 animals on its 5-acre spread in Bonsall, about 10 miles east of Oceanside just off Highway 76. From cheetahs to porcupines to tortoises to groundhogs, Wild Wonders is the forever home to a wide variety of animal ambassadors that educate the public about the importance of the role they play on the planet. Through education outreach programs, these creature teachers visit over 1,000 schools, librarie...



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