This location is dedicated to educating the public about the ecosystems in the city. While it does have a number of animals and reptiles, there are several areas that provide information about saving our environment and protecting the ecosystems. This includes efforts to clean up beaches and local creeks. Well worth the trip.
Just came back from a visit with a group of 19 students, an offering different than any zoo/ animals situation. The guide was the most entertaining and with a serious understanding of his wild bunch! We visited with students of all ages and for the hour and a half they were totally interested. A gem hidden in Culver City, may... 更多
This was an amazing tour to be able to see how they rescue animals that would otherwise not survive. We got to see dancing birds, a playful bobcat and learn about so many different animals. The center also is used to educate underprivileged children and has an exposed water system that shows them how littering can affect our water. Worth... 更多
I have been there many times over the years when my son was younger. They host great little carnivals for Halloween, etc. There is a nominal fee and a guide takes a small group throughout the facility. They are given wildcats when found in the mtns. or lizards that people try to sneak into the country, etc. Many species to... 更多
Great way to spend an hour and a half with young children to educate them about small animals - mainly... 更多
The STAR ECO Station is NOT just for kids, but for anyone open to learning about the environment through the... 更多
I visited this place about a month ago, and was pleasantly surprised by all the wildlife that's available for public... 更多