B. Bryan Preserve
B. Bryan Preserve is dedicated to the preservation and breeding of African hoof stock. A tour at B. Bryan Preserve is designed to give the visitors and animals plenty of space to roam while allowing for close up viewing. The 110 acre preserve is home to over 75 animals: Kudu, Sable and Roan African Antelope, Hartmann's Mountain Zebra and Grevy's Zebra and the critically endangered Rothschild's Giraffe.
Each species is housed in a large field with plenty of space to exhibit some of their natural behavior. Enjoy the power and dominance of the bull antelope, the romping of newborns and personalities of zebra that are as individual as their stripes.
Tours are available by reservation only.Tours are conducted at 9:30 am and 4:00 (3:30 winter) only. Visitors get up close to the animals and end the tour with a hand feeding of the Giraffe. Questions are always encouraged. Some walking, but mostly riding in a classic open air Land Rover. Tours can be booked online at bbryanpreserve.comor by calling 707.882.2297.
For your comfort, have a jacket and hat on hand. The fog can descend upon Point Arena at a moment's notice. It can get chilly, so regardless of what the weather is like where you are coming from, please dress in layers. Don't forget your cameras. No dogs are allowed for their own safety and the safety of the animals.