WELCOME TO THE KIDS' SANCTUARY

Have you been to the Mt. SAC Wildlife Sanctuary

The Mt. San Antonio Wildlife Sanctuary has been set aside to preserve a bit of nature. It is not a zoo. The animals that live in the Sanctuary can come and go as they please. The fence is to keep people out.

The Sanctuary has a pond, a swamp, a stream and a lake. It is a total of 10-acres.

Since many of the animals sleep in the day, you will mostly see plants in the Sanctuary.

 

Are you an animal?

Racoon ANIMALS OF THE SANCTUARY

What animals can be found in the Mt. SAC Wildlife Sanctuary? You just might see them in the wild next time you visit!

 

Food Chain THE FOOD CHAIN

What is a food chain? What happens when the food chain is broken?

 

Meadow THE MEADOW

How do animals benefit from a meadow? Learn more about the meadow.

 

Cattails CATTAILS

Cattails are one of the many plants that grow in the Mt. SAC Wildlife Sanctuary. Learn more about Cattails.

 

Dead tree A DEAD TREE

Should we remove all the dead trees in the wildlife?

 

Insects INSECTS

Do you like insects?

 

 

Fun Things OTHER FUN THINGS

Coloring pages and other fun things to do.

 
Most of the contents of the Kids' Sanctuary site are taken from the handbook "Mt. San Antonio College Wildlife Sanctuary Environment Coloring Book and Other Fun Things" by Susan Robison.
 
 

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