Mountain View Conservation and Breeding Center - Langley
The Mountain View Conservation and Breeding Center is a 164 acre facility
located in Langley dedicated to the preservation of certain endangered
species. Founded in 1986 the center now houses 49 species and 224
specimens. There are 21 species of carnivores, 19 species of hoof stock,
4 species of primates, 9 species of birds and one endangered rodent.
The center's primary focus is on the breeding and preservation of small
wild cats. The center has Aardwolf, Amur Leopard Cat, Canadian Lynx,
Cheetah, Fishing Cat, African Wild Cat, Brown Hyaena, Caracal, Clouded
Leopard, Fossa, Geoffroy's Cat, Indian Desert Cat, Ocelot, Rusty Spotted
Cat, Serval, Gordon Cat, Leopard Cat Pallas' Cat, Sand Cat, and Temmincki
Tours of the Mountain View Conservation and Breeding Center are by reservation
only from July to November. Tours are twice a day at 10 am and 2
pm. Cost is $30 per adult, $20 per child, children 3 and under are
free. The center is located at 23898 Rawlison Crescent, Langley.
For reservations call 604-882-9313. Website: Mountain View Conservation and Breeding Center