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Walk on the Wild Side

You would not expect to find herds of giraffes, zebras, and antelope on the northern California coast. But that is, indeed, what you will see when you visit the 110-acre B. Bryan Preserve in Point Arena. A 75-minute tour of the preserve, offered in a vintage Land Rover, allows visitors to get up close to the animals and even feed the giraffes. While Giraffe Painting--held the first Saturday of every month--invites onlookers to hold a canvas while the giraffe paints what could only be called abstract art. Tours are open to all ages and are $35 or $20 for kids younger than 10. Giraffe Painting is for ages 6 and older and is $50 per person. Log on to bbryanpreserve.com to make a reservation and for more information.

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