Feline Conservation Center

Rosamond, CA

Where are we going?

Feline Conservation Center
3718 60th Street West

661 256 3793

What is there to do?

EFBC's Feline Conservation Center, also known as the Cat House, is located in Rosamond, California. Cat lovers of all ages who discover this desert zoo/wildlife museum north of Los Angeles are surprised and amazed at the variety of wild cat species found here (18 as of early 2009). Leopards, jaguars, ocelots, fishing cats, snow leopards, and margays are just a few of the fascinating felines you will find here. We are dedicated to the protection and preservation of the world's endangered felines. Our breeding programs are world-renowned and we partner with other zoos across the country and the world. The free-roaming peacocks are also a big hit with visitors.

The most recent addition is an Amur leopard, a rare and endangered variety now settling in comfortably.

How much does it cost?

Adults: $7

Children: $5 to $7

Free Under: 2 years.


When can we go?

10am to 4pm daily.

Closed Wednesdays.


Any top tips?

Located in the High Desert, it can be *very* hot in the summer, come prepared!

I’m Hungry!

Just a drink machine.

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