A visit at B Bryan Preserve is designed to give the visitors and animals plenty of space to roam while allowing for close up viewing. Not a zoo, we are a preserve, and so provide open space for the preservation of our endangered species. Located on 100 acres, our animals are allowed to live in their near-natural environment.
Join us mid-morning or later in the afternoon at feeding time for an up close view of each species. Enjoy the power and dominance performance of the male antelope, the romping of newborns and the individual personalities of zebra.
Visits are available by reservation only. We must have a credit card number to hold the reservation. Cancellations may be made up to 3 days prior. Card will be charged for no shows on day of tour.
The 1½ hour tour cost is $30 per adult and $15 for children 10 and under. Cash, check, Visa, or Mastercard accepted. Call us at (707) 882-2297 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a tour.
Directions to B Bryan Preserve
Find a map and directions on the Contact page.
For your comfort, have a jacket on hand. The fog and wind can descend upon Point Arena in minutes and become chilly. Comfortable walking shoes are also recommended. Expect some mud during the winter.
Don’t forget your camera and binoculars.
Pets are not allowed on B Bryan Preserve for their safety as well as the safety of our animals.
B Bryan Preserve on TV
We were recently featured on San Francisco’s CBS Channel 5 Eye on the Bay, who did this story about traveling up the coast from Jenner to Mendocino. For more news, check out our blog, where we post about new arrivals and other news.
Audio Journey Radio Series
Audio Journeys are half-hour documentary style radio programs. They consist of on-location interviews with experts and the sounds of the subjects.
Photo Credit: Many thanks to photographer Bill Lange for his wonderful photographs of the grounds, tours, and guest cottage.