Our Safety Protocols: What we’re doing to keep us all safe
Of primary importance to consider before visiting, is that Wild Wonders is a PRIVATE facility. Our facility spans 5 acres, which is about the same size as 4 football fields. We will operating at limited capacity within the guidelines of the State and County, so you can relax and get some great exercise outdoors in the wide open spaces of Bonsall.
OUT OF AN OVERABUNDANCE OF CONCERN FOR EVERYONE’S HEALTH, NO CHILDREN UNDER 5 ARE ALLOWED TO VISIT WILD WONDERS AT THIS TIME.
MASKS ARE STILL REQUIRED. We love our animals and we know you do to! Therefore, as things slowly start to return to normal and the CDC releases new information about vaccine safety and masks, please be aware Wild Wonders will continue to require all guests to wear a face mask while visiting (even if fully vaccinated). This is due to the fact there are no animal vaccines readily available yet and we house a variety of sensitive animals including our cats, primates, and mustelid species. This requirement is for both our guests’ safety as well as the animals.
Here’s what we’re doing as a matter of course during our business even when we don’t have visitors:
- Wearing masks and gloves
- Increased sanitizing of common areas
- Taking the temperature of all of our staff and volunteers at the beginning of their shift
- Doing EXTRA cleaning of animal areas
During your visit our staff and volunteers will:
- Wear a mask
- Maintain the recommended 6 foot social distancing guidelines between us and your group.
- Make hand sanitizer readily available to you
What we expect you to do:
- Wear a mask
- Obey the general guidelines for socializing by visiting as a family unit or household.
- Reschedule your visit if you are not feeling well.
- If you think you might like to purchase something from our gift area, please bring a credit / debit card as we are now operating in a CASHLESS mode.
ALL guests will be required to sign a waiver before your tour begins.
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Wide pathways make it easy to “social distance”.
Animal presentation areas are spacious.