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Elephant Elves Holiday Workshop

Saturday, Dec 13th; Sunday, December 14th; Saturday, December 20th & Sunday, December 21st
12:00 pm – 3:00 pm (shuttle to the Elephant Barn departs from Guest Services every 30 minutes. Last shuttle is 2:30 pm)
 
Join Wildlife Safari’s African Elephants as they celebrate the holidays by hosting a craft workshop in the elephant barn. Our elephant artists and our human guests together will complete a craft to take home. Coffee, hot cocoa, and cookies will be served. Touch and feed an elephant too. Build memories to last a lifetime at what is sure to become a family holiday tradition.
 
Book your spot with Guest Services by calling (541) 679-6761 ex 210
Web Special:  $30 Tickets until Dec 20th  Regular price of $60 applies after December 20th.  (Participants 12 and under must be accompanied by a paid adult)
 
Presenting Sponsors:  Hometown Drugs, Lauren Young Tire Centers & Lithia Ford
 
Media Sponsors: KPIC, Brooke Communications & The News Review
Elephant Elves Holiday Workshop
Sat, December 13, 2014, 12:00 PM PST
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New Sumatran Tiger Sisters Debut Encounter

Thanksgiving Weekend -- November 28th, 29th & 30th     
 
Get a rare opportunity to get up close & personal with our NEW Sumatran Sister Tigers: Riya & Kemala
 
Debut Encounter includes a safari ride to our Sumatran Tiger Exhibit where guests will enjoy the very first up-close encounter with Riya & Kemala.
Watch as our trainers interact with this dynamic duo; providing enrichment, training, engagement and fun. 
 
Not only is this the sister's debut encounter.  This exclusive encounter is only available for two weekends this year!   (Come Rain or Shine.  Exhibit will be covered for guests and seating is available)
 
Price: $30    Encounter Times: 12:00 pm & 2:00 pm    Reserve your spot today!   Call: 541-679-6761   or  E-mail:  guestservices@wildlifesafari.net 
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Make it a day!  
  --- Mention our "Web Special" and get BOGO Drive-thru tickets to accompany your Encounter (valid only for use day of encounter)
  --- Encounter includes free access to our Wildlife Wonder Animal Show at our Discovery Theatre @ 1:00
  --- Sumatran Sister Tiger Encounter guests will enjoy access to additional encounters at a 20% Discount  
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1790 Safari Rd Winston, OR 97496
1790 Safari RoadUSOregonWinston97496
(541) 679-6761wildlifesafari.net
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Wildlife Safari is a fun-filled family destination where you can view over 500 animals in their natural habitat roaming freely much as they do in the wild! Visitors to the park drive through a 4.5 mil
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600-acre zoo with animals from around the world & a 4.5-mile drive-thru loop.- Google
"Mate enjoyed the veggies that we handed him."
"And cheetahs, rhinos, giraffes (he practically stepped on our car."
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Andrew Hooper
3 months ago
Too many great things here for a single review. Just go there. Lions, tigers, and bears (oh my!) and cheetahs, rhinos, giraffes (he practically stepped on our car). Elephants, hippos, alligators, the list goes on and on. All from the comfort of your own car. The kids loved the ostrich that pecked the bugs right off their rolled-up windows. It's worth it. Then go eat at Johhny's drive in.
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Wynne Kwok
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Great prices, fun for kids to get a closer look at wild animals, and you can feed deers and bigger birds towards the end of the trail.
jill nightingale
a month ago
Caging elephants is pure animal abuse. They do not thrive in this climate. Wake up selfish people.
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Kyle Kunze
6 months ago
A wonderful and not that expensive trip. It's great to see the animals and I highly recommend the feed cups. The Emu's are fun to feed. Also come at opening for the most active animals.
Lexie Moore
a month ago
I've actUally never been, but I assume it's pretty great. But in wondering how much it is, for about 4-5 people. Help.!!
Jubilee Conner
4 months ago
I have been going here for about 13 years. It use to be 5 stars but the safari is definitely not what it use to be. For one they use to put on shows where children were introduces, educated, and able to touch animals they are not usually acquainted with. Nowadays, the stadium is shut down and there aren't any shows put on. Secondly the drive through has gotten sooo expensive and is not as near;y as cool as it once was. The lions and bears are now caged up and you can barley see them. In the whole drive through the amount of animals have decreased and there were times i payed for the drive though and there were barley any animals to see and wished i didn't waste the money. Even the amount of animals in the walkt hrough have decreased but i can complain much for that since the walk through is free. I just wish things could go back to how they were when wildlife safari was my favorite place to be.
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D Kohler
9 months ago
Was well worth the drive. We arrived at opening and was able to see many animals. The drive thru was at a good pace. When we arrived the lot was fairly empty.. except for the keepers who were walking a Cheetah. yeah that happened. It is a well maintained preserve and the village had the right blend of information and novelty.
Ted Gun
10 months ago
A low-effort way to introduce children to the idea of wildlife awareness and preservation. Tickets are good for two trips thru, in the same day. Our second trip thru, 4 hours later, allowed us to see some animals for the first time and other animals were closer to the car the second time around. I don't know if it's typical, but we entered 4:30ish (closes at 5) and some animals had received their food at their feeding stations, conveniently placed near the road. Animals largely unimpressed by vehicles, and they seemed stress-free and content.
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