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The Gibbon Conservation Center is home to more than 40 highly endangered gibbon apes (small apes). This peaceful location is where gibbons live in family groups, raise their infants and socialize as they would in the wild. A guided tour is given at...more
Hours Today: 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
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19100 Esguerra Road, off Bouquet Canyon near Lombardi Ranch, Santa Clarita, CA 91390
This was a great experience for a group of Seniors. The Gibbons were singing ,Swinging and very entertaining . The docent filled us with all the information regarding their diet health, how they live in groups. Extremely knowledgeable and informative. It was a great day!
The Gibbon Conservation Center was like walking into a concert when we arrived in the morning slightly before opening. I was caught up in all the beautiful sounds that I forgot to take video of the beautiful songs being sang sadly. As we walked around...More
This was our second visit to the facility, and my son was visiting to work on an Anthropology lab for the local college he attends. With a Groupon deal, I tagged along as his "lab assistant." Get there when it opens, because my only complaint...More
I had never heard of the Gibbon Conservation Center, until one day a few years ago, when I was at a vegetable stand that was on quiet Bouquet Canyon, and I heard the most unusual animal sounds in the distance. I was curious about them,...More
Looking for san attraction in the area to do. Found this very interesting. You can spend about 1 to 1-2 hours here. Interesting tour guide tells the story of the animals and their babies that have been raised here.. You can walk around and view...More
You'll get to understand why the conservation is so far off the community when you get out of your car. We were welcomed by a medley of whooping and screeching sound and it my 2yr old excited to see what the hullabaloo about.