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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."
"If you love animals, you should do your research and not go here."
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Alejandro Martinez
2 months ago
Great family fun. Better than the Oregon Zoo just because you can enjoy looking at the animals without the hassle of people barging through. A little expensive but well worth the drive and the animals are lots of fun. We had a lot of Emus poking there heads through and animals walk freely along the vehicles. It's a Beautiful, fun and exiting place to enjoy.
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Matthew Krunglevich
2 months ago
This place was great. Had a blast experiencing all the different amenities. Perfect place to spend the day with kids or just look around at all the great animals. Prices were what you'd expect, but overall a good value.
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Fern Dausel
4 months ago
5 stars for the drive thru the park!! Super fun and beautiful! 0 stars for the cafe the food was not tasty and there was a gaggle of teenage girls running the counter. Our food was shoved across the table at us and they were belching and laughing as well as gossiping. Very unprofessional compared to the rest of the kind and lovely park staff.
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S.M. Bjarnson
3 months ago
Absolutely incredible!! Truly beautiful And a wondersome experiment for kids and family memory making! Will be going again! Worth the trip :) animals walk right up to your car!
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Kris W
3 weeks ago
No wonder this place was named one of the worst zoos in North America. Absolutely shameful how the elephants are treated, forced to perform and kept in such small areas. If you love animals, you should do your research and not go here. It's time for people in North America to wake up. Don't support any company making money off imprisoning wild animals, especially those meant to roam great distances, like elephants. Donate to groups trying to actually save these precious species from extinction.
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Lora Bentley
a month ago
The Wildlife Safari is a beautiful and majestic zoo. My grandchildren always beg me to take them back, and when I do, they have a blast and learn more about the animals each trip. I, now, work there and am having an amazing time. I get to actually feed some of the petting zoo animals and stuff. I give this zoo five stars because I think they deserve it. I noticed that some people are mad because of the lions and tigers being put up in pens; it is because some people actually reach out to touch the carnivores -and possibly hit them-, causing the animals to defend themselves, so now they keep them in a large pen to keep them happy and customers safe.
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Steve K
a week ago
Enjoy viewing animals from the comfort of your vehicle. We always try to visit the Wildlife Safari when in Winston. Outdoor zoo section is free!
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Dan Berger
in the last week
A great experience to see their animals (mostly) up close. Some of the enclosures seemed small for the type of animals that were in them and were set up in a way that made it difficult to see the animals.