Forever Wild must pave road to open
Wednesday, May 06, 2009
By Bob Banfield
From tigers to reptiles, cougars and leopards, The Forever Wild Sanctuary
is the last stop for many exotic animals. But the facility in Phelan can't
open its doors. San Bernardino County officials say the sanctuary must pave
the dirt road leading to the sanctuary, at a cost of about $1 million.
Twenty-four big cats, tigers, lions, 60 reptiles and several birds are
housed in the Learning Center at the Forever Wild Sanctuary in Phelan.
The sanctuary was featured in a recent Extreme Makeover: Home Edition show
The sanctuary owners were given a new home and the Learning Center was
built from the ground up.
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