Animal Conservation

Meet the Gibbon Conservation Center’s Sweet Spring Baby – NBC Los Angeles

What there is to know

  • The Gibbon Conservation Center in Santa Clarita
  • The youngster was born in Astrics on March 25, 2022
  • Weekend tours begin at 10 a.m. and require advance reservations. $18 adult, $12 senior, $15 teenager and student, $7 child,

WHEN DID SPRING HAPPEN? Our cravings immediately turn to blooming flowers, outdoor activities, longer days and baby animals. In fact, we want to see the furry, whiskey, and super fluffy babies of the season moments after spring begins, and checking out social feeds from farms, animal parks, and places that care for creatures starts moments after spring begins. beginning of the vernal equinox. . Good news: this spring has had an abundance of baby animals, from lambs to chicks, and in Santa Clarita? An adorable young girl made her delightful debut on March 25, just days after the official start of the season. Even sweeter? you can go see it Oh-a superstar, northern white-cheeked gibbon, booking a ticket for a weekend trip to the Gibbon Conservation Center in Santa Clarita.


Gibbon Conservation Center

MEET MS. RODERICK, a handsome toddler born in Astrics towards the end of March 2022. The center reveals that the baby is “very alert” and “strong”, and his big sister is already eager to interact with the little cutie (so heartbreaking: mom Astrics “allows her to gently touch and groom the baby”). This charmer’s namesake? Chris Roderick, cherished member of the Gibbon Conservation Center community. The council member passed away in 2021 and little Mrs. Roderick’s perfect name was chosen as a tribute to Chris Roderick’s legacy. You can read more about the birth of the baby, which is also a thrilling story, here. The page also has information on how to donate to Mrs. Roderick’s baby ‘shower’ and how you can help the venerable center continue to help these incredible endangered monkeys thrive.