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B Bryan Preserve is committed to the breeding and preservation of African hoof stock. Located on 110 acres, the preserve features upscale lodging along with tours by reservation. Critically endangered Rothschild Giraffe, Grevy's zebra, Hartmann's...more
We surprisingly found the B Bryan Preserve and booked for the next day. My wife, two children aged 3 and 7, and myself went for a visit. It was very informative and knowledgeable staff filled us in on some new facts about Africa’s hooves mammals....More
A great thing to do with family and children of all ages. Seeing the giraffes up close and feeding them was exciting. Seeing these animals in an open space rather then a zoo was terrific. Our guide was very knowledgeable about endangered species and I...More
I LOVE animals and really enjoyed this place. This was a last minute trip as I learned about this place the day before we went. You get to see 3 species of zebras - I didn't even know there was more than one. There are...More
We had so much fun staying at B Bryan Preserve. The cabin was clean, quaint, and had a good kitchen. The view of the pond is beautiful. The hot tub, under the stars, was such a luxury. And seeing the animals in the morning filled...More
We took our two grandchildren, ages 3 and 5, on the one-hour tour. They are frequent visitors to zoos, but have never observed animals in this environment. Several of the zebras were roaming around loose, just like the cats we saw there. The kids were...More
I visited B Bryan Preserve about 5 years ago with my daughter. We loved our time there and I’ve been dreaming of returning with my husband too. We visited together as a family and loved every part of our visit. The beginning film and intro...More
We were staying in Point Arena at an RCI resort and only stumbled upon the B Bryan Preserve because we were researching things to do in the area. I am so glad we took a tour! It was fun and educational. The guides were friendly...More
Frank isn't grumpy as in mean; he is just better with the animals than people. He is passionate about the animals and super knowledgeable, so you will get a good tour with him and you will get to see his love for the... More
Frank isn't grumpy as in mean; he is just better with the animals than people. He is passionate about the animals and super knowledgeable, so you will get a good tour with him and you will get to see his love for the animals. He calls the giraffes "his boys" and the zebras "his girls." He knows them all well and he will tell you all about their individual personalities. His sense of humor is a dry one, so be prepared for that.