A wildlife sanctuary doesn't need to be stocked with exotic creatures to be a fascinating destination. Case in point, this Orange County reserve, which was established as a bird sanctuary in 1929 and today has grown into a bastion of local flora and fauna that's operated by Cal State Fullerton. You'll find trails and picnic areas across the park, but the birds are the real attraction here with over 85 different species.
|Venue name:||Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary|
29322 Modjeska Canyon Rd
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sun 9am-4pm|
|Price:||Free ($3 suggested donation)|
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