West Coast Game Park Safari
Bella the lion cub
|Location||46914 Highway 101
Bandon, Oregon, USA
|Land area||21 acres (8.5 ha)|
|No. of animals||450|
|No. of species||75|
|Annual visitors||60,000 |
The West Coast Game Park Safari is a walk-through safari park in Bandon, Oregon, United States. It opened in 1968, and includes snow leopards, African lions, Bengal tigers, emu, capybara, and cougars.
In 1985, Bob Tenney, the park owner, stated the game park received 60,000 visitors per year.
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- "Creatures Tamer at Bandon Park". The Register-Guard. June 24, 1190. p. 30. Retrieved September 14, 2015.
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- "Game Park's Owner Opposes Funding for Wildlife Safari". The Register-Guard. December 21, 1985. p. 3. Retrieved September 14, 2015.
- "Getting to Know You (picture caption)". The Oregonian. April 3, 2006. p. B02.
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- "Baylor University: Baylor Bear Program: FAQ". Baylor University. Retrieved September 14, 2015.
- West Coast Game Park Safari (official website)
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