Cleveland Natural History Museum new wildlife center

New wildlife center at Natural History Museum

CLEVELAND - The Cleveland Museum of Natural History is having its grand opening of the all-new Ralph Perkins II Wildlife Center & Woods Garden this Labor Day weekend.

Get all the details and an in-depth look at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History website

It's a wonderful place where you can get closer to nature.

The wildlife center and woods garden is home to a variety of Ohio animals and plants, including bobcats, foxes and river otters.

The animals in the center came from rescue centers or rehabilitation centers and couldn't survive on their own in the wild.

You can get the first look at the wildlife center this weekend from 10 a.m. through 5 p.m. through Labor Day


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