Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center Tours
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Respecting wildlife and conserving its habitat is what the Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center strives to teach its guests with every visit.
The Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center (SWCC) rescues native wild animals and whenever possible rehabilitates and releases them back into the wild. No animal is turned away. Animals that can no longer live in the wild stay at the Conservation Center Sanctuary. SWCC has rehabilitated thousands of animals and more than 70 percent have been successfully released back into the wild.
Guided tours offer visitors a chance to learn about and get an up-close view of some of the permanent residents. Along with Mountain lions, bobcats and black bears, you might also see porcupines, Great horned owls or even catch a rare glimpse of an endangered Mexican gray wolf.
The Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center is not open to the public without an appointment. Tours must be booked in advance. The Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center is a nonprofit organization. All tour donations go to feed and care for the animals that call the center home. SWCC is located in northeast Scottsdale.
Address: 27026 N 156th St, Scottsdale, Arizona 85262, USA
Admission: Adults: $20; Children: $10
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