Very creative natural habitats for injured birds, with cool houses, playthings, jungle gyms, etc. The birds are active and playful, even though in various stages of recovery and repair. Located on the Bay, there is a little beach area where the free waterfowl are numerous and pose for photos all on their own. No trained birds here. There is a wetlands area where you can see the ibis, egrets, and heron unclose. There are some blinds (constructions to hide behind with hole cut into wall for camera/binoculars) places along the path for your convenience. Benches, resting tiki spot. There are also a few tropical birds that are maybe not so native (cockatoo) but they are fun. There are several owls and raptors. You can watch them eat their rodents at feeding time if you like. Lots of pelicans, cormorants, gulls, etc. You can really get good photos here! And it is FREE, but you are welcome to make a donation, and you will want to do so after your visit. I really like this place!
I am not sure about the accessibility for wheelchairs. The path is easy and made of wood, so I think it might be do-able.
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