The Wildlife Waystation is set to expose visitors to night scenes from the Serengeti, the Andes and the outback during its sunset and starlight dinner tours through the complex in the Angeles National Forest.
The tours, which were stopped last year when the facility near Lake View Terrace was closed for seven months for environmental violations, resume Saturday. Other tours are scheduled July 14 and Aug. 18.
Waystation Director Martine Colette said the 120-acre wild and exotic animal rehabilitation compound takes on a new life at night.
Tour admission is $50.