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BIRD SANCTUARY
Gilcrease Bird Sanctuary houses a large collection of game, exotic birds and birds of prey that are being rehabilitated by the Wild Wing Project.
Address: 8101 Racel Road

HENDERSON BIRD PRESERVE
A 147-acre migratory bird stop and wetlands that encompass basins, lagoons and ponds. Amenities for visitors include boardwalks, trails, trees, benches, blinds, kiosks.

MGM GRAND LION HABITAT
A multilevel habitat featuring four waterfalls, overhangs, a pond and Acacia trees. Can house up to five lions. Retail shop located next door. Admission free, photos are expensive.
Address: MGM Grand, 3799 Las Vegas Blvd. South

THE SECRET GARDEN OF SIEGFRIED & ROY and DOLPHIN HABITAT
Features some of the world's rarest and most exotic animals, including the Royal White Tigers of Nevada and the White Lions of Timbavati. The Mirage Dolphin Habitat is home to eight Atlantic bottlenose dolphins.
Address: The Mirage, 3400 Las Vegas Blvd. South

SHARK REEF

Address: The main tank holds more than 1 million gallons of water and features a 20-foot-long acrylic tunnel for surround viewing, similiar to Sea World. The predator-based attraction features 2,000 animals from 100 different species, with 13 shark species. Also features jellyfish, manta rays, sea turtles, crocodiles and other exotic animals. There is also a touch tank for children. (Click for photos)

SOUTHERN NEVADA ZOOLOGICAL-BOTANICAL PARK
Features a variety of endangered cats as well as the last family of Barbary apes in the United States, chimpanzees, eagles, ostriches, emus, talking parrots, wallabies, flamingos, large exotic reptiles and every species of venomous reptile native to Southern Nevada. The zoo features a new 2,000-square-foot coati exhibit, an exhibit by the Las Vegas Gem Club, botanical displays of endangered cycads and rare bamboos and a new Children's Petting Zoo.
Address: 1775 N. Rancho Drive
Tel: 702-647-4685

WILDLIFE WALK and TIGER HABITAT
A natural bird, wildlife and reptile habitat on the walkway between the hotel's two towers. There is also a tiger habitat outside the hotel entrance. Admission is free.
Address: The Tropicana, 3801 Las Vegas Blvd. South


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