Zoological Wildlife Foundation, in the colourful Miami, is one of the most popular places in the city that is famous for some other reasons. To make it to the list, the ZWF Miami had to set up a natural place for wildlife and its enthusiasts with some of the most unique experiences that one can actually expect in such a place. It is one of the places, which is also known for taking in rescued animals and providing them with a habitat close to their home. It has been in the news recently for the same.
A pair of rare white lion cubs recently found their way to this amazing place. Rescued from South Africa, they aren’t the only one who rescued to a safer spot. Kunto and Kahina (the lion cubs) also joined monkeys, camels and tigers that have been rescued to perfect breeding grounds. The place is also perfect for several rare and endangered animals and birds. They could have been sold to canned hunters, if they were not rescued. They now have their homes at five acres boarding homestead at Zoological Wildlife Foundation that works for knowledge, education, conservation of wildlife together with human and wildlife interaction.
ZWF Miami is a one of the best zoos in the world and is ranked 4th among the best zoos across the States. It’s one of the most innovative zoos that combines education with fun. Visitors have an option of getting an $80 basic ticket ($40 for children). They can, however, get it upgraded to a special experience in which they get to spend 15 minutes with a wildlife animal of their choice. They can pet them, feed them, play with them, and click pictures with them. The various upgrade offers are available there, and visitors can have the best possible time with various programs instead of a normal ticket. The zoo is open for 7 days a week, from 10 in the morning to 6 in the evening.
Apart from getting some petting experience or selfies with the wild animals and a time with nature, you can also enrol your children to some of the best educational programs available at Zoological Wildlife Foundation. They provide training that is specific to conservation and knowledge of natural habitats of the world. In habitats of the world, they provide practical information about various habitats of the world including savannas, rainforests, and deserts. They also complete the practical information by detailing the types of wildlife found in the habitat. This program is best for all students. Students can also learn about the basics of conservation, the need of conservation, and other challenges. Students from grades 5-12 are ideal for such courses.