I always make a point of visiting Moonridge if my holiday destination is close enough to get there and this year was no exception. It's a small site so if you rush round you'll be out in 20 minutes, but I love taking time to chill, and see what the animals are up to. I like to spend a couple of hours there in the morning, then do a bit of sightseeing around Big Bear, returning a lttle before 3pm when one of the keepers tells you about the animals while feeding a selection of them. The only downside is that some of the enclosures have small mesh fences so it can be a challenge getting good photos, but that is just the legacy of how the park started which was as a rescue centre that was not open to the public.
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