CALM Wildlife Rehab is closed for renovations January 2022-May 2022 and is not accepting wildlife at this time Please refer to California Department of Fish and Wildlife's list of wildlife rehabilitation centers. Please note that animals brought to directly CALM will not be accepted during renovations.
To donate to learn more about our renovations and donate to our growth, please visit Oiled Wildlife Care Network Vet Clinic Build
I had a birthday party there in April. The staff was really nice and accommodating to my needs. The only thing is that people would rudely walk right through our party to get to the playground. CALM is awesome. I encourage everyone of all ages to go.
Bring your kids to this amazing past time. Great for kids, I took my grandson he enjoyed it very much. We had fun walking up and down the path of small hills. After visiting all the animals we headed to the play area to cap off our visit. Of course we couldn't leave without buying a stuffed Big Horn Sheep. We had a blast, great way to spend the morning.
If you've never been to our lovely little gem of a local zoo you need to head there now! CALM is a local zoo that serves to educate people about local animals. Yep, that's right. LOCAL animals. You won't find any giraffes, or zebras - but you will see native bears, mountain lions, and other critters like foxes!
I had never been here except for when all the Christmas lights are on. It's actually a nice place to roam and bring the kids. The two lions seemed so relaxed and we enjoyed viewing the bears and the reptile house. The weather was perfect to walk around and enjoy the animals. They have a cute gift shop and all the employees we encountered were very friendly. I recommend this for a nice family outing.
We really enjoyed the drive through light program this year, was easier for our elder grandparent to go and enjoy the holiday time with us, Highly suggest going to this years Holiday Lights program