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The Gerald E. Eddy Discovery Center

The Gerald E. Eddy Discovery Center, at the Waterloo Recreation Area near Chelsea, introduces visitors to the fascinating world of geology and to the diverse natural habitats that are found today within Waterloo's 20,000-plus acres.

Critchlow Alligator Sanctuary and Zoological Gardens

David Critchlow, owner, first envisioned a reptile park in the mid 80's, beginning with a small habitat for small cold-blooded animals indigenous to Michigan as entertainment for his especially American Alligators in 2001, David's collection of reptiles and tropical plants has now transformed into Critchlow Alligator Sanctuary & Zoological Gardens, which is now 1698 M-66 Athens, Michigan. 49011.

Dahlem Center in Jackson, MI

Enjoy the beauty of nature at the John and Mary Dahlem Environmental Education Center. Colorful gardens, luscious forests, green prairies, rolling meadows, marshes and ponds dapple over 300 acres and highlight Michigan's changing seasons. With five miles of hiking trails, including a half-mile special needs trail, unique exhibits and year-round educational programs, visitors can spend the day exploring the great outdoors and discovering the wonders of nature.

The University of Michigan Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum

The University of Michigan Matthaei Botanical Gardens and Nichols Arboretum connects people with nature. We're about sustaining the earth, caring for our natural heritage, sharing knowledge, and promoting learning.

The Hands on Museum in Ann Arbor, MI

The Mission of the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum is to inspire people to discover the wonder of science, math and technology. Our Vision is to be the leader in imaginative and interactive learning experiences.

Suburban Jungle

Suburban Jungle is a Michigan-based rescue for exotic and domestic pets. The main focus is to rehome animals in need of a change in circumstances, whether it be from neglect and abuse or even from loving homes with a change in situation or finances. The importance is placed on finding a new environment, where the animal's needs will be accomodated with love and enthusiasm. All adoptees have the option of returning the adopted pet, should their circumstances change. There will be some rescued animals, who will not be adopted out and will live the remainder of their lives here, due to their disabilites or their unsuitability as pets. I have over 30 years of experience keeping, breeding and rescuing a wide variety of pets, with a primary focus on reptiles and amphibians.

City Pets Veterinary Clinic

Small animal and exotic veterinary care by Dr. Stacey Weinrick & Dr. Gretchen Hui.

City Pets Veterinary Clinic specializes in high quality and compassionate medical and surgical care for your small and exotic animals. We have been practicing veterinary medicine since 2003 and are excited to be taking this next step in opening in the Ann Arbor community we have grown to love. We are dedicated to providing the highest quality care possible, and believe that it's vital to take an individualized approach to your pets long-term care. Our practice will focus on discussing the different treatment options with you to best ensure we provide the care your pets need.