An exotic 13-acre free range farm-to-table experience in the Inland Empire.
Visiting a flock of over a 1,000 genetically modified fancy pigeons in Reseda, CA with the LA Pigeon Club.
Shrouded by a vast landscape that overflows with creosote bushes, mesquite trees and sand exists a resting ground like no other, a 3-acre illegal pet cemetery for our dearly departed furry [and not so furry] friends.
Where abused and neglected animals go to heal and heal others in the process.
The WFVZ is both a natural history collection specializing in eggs and nests of birds from around the world, and a research and education institution dedicated to bird conservation.
An up close encounter with beneficial bugs at the oldest commercial insectary in the United States.
Where LA’s famous & not so famous beloved pets go to rest in peace.
Built in 1844, the adobe is one of the oldest surviving private residences in LA County and one of the oldest surviving buildings in the San Fernando Valley.
An early morning desert sunrise with Falcon Force and their birds of prey.
Exploring Mexico’s vast bird diversity in the heart of Los Angeles.
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