WORLD WILDLIFE MUSEUM

STOCKTON, CA

Tracy / “American Dream” (# 2605) Leaving the Buddhist Temple and the Stockton area, I decided to make a stop in the nearby city of Tracy.  

Tracy first came to the attention of many people in the Bay Area in the 1980’s when it started becoming the place for workers in the Bay Area (primarily “Silicon Valley” industries) to move in order to buy the “American Dream,” single-family, suburban home – even though it’s 60 miles from work and the Silicon Valley area.

Given it’s reputation as housing release for Bay Area workers since the1980’s I assumed a town with little history but, as this picture indicates, that’s a bad assumption – it has an historic downtown of tree-lined streets and small shops in buildings dating back to the 1930’s or earlier.
Tracy / “American Dream” (# 2605) Credit: DB's travels

The World Wildlife Museum in Stockton, CA is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to preserving and showcasing the beauty and diversity of the world's wildlife. The museum is located at 4251 Pacific Ave, Stockton, CA 95207 and features an extensive collection of animal specimens, including mounted mammals, birds, fish, and reptiles.

The museum is designed to educate visitors about the importance of conservation and the need to protect wildlife habitats. The exhibits are arranged in such a way that visitors can easily navigate through the museum and learn about the different species of animals on display. The museum also has a gift shop where visitors can purchase souvenirs and educational materials.

One of the museum's most popular exhibits is the African Safari exhibit, which features a recreation of an African savannah complete with life-size animal mounts. Other notable exhibits include the North American Wilds exhibit, which showcases the diverse wildlife of North America, and the Oceanic Wonders exhibit, which features specimens of marine life from around the world.

Overall, the World Wildlife Museum in Stockton, CA is a must-visit destination for wildlife enthusiasts and anyone who is interested in learning more about the world's diverse animal species. The museum's dedication to conservation and education makes it a valuable resource for the community and beyond.

WORLD WILDLIFE MUSEUM is a Zoos, Aquariums, & Wildlife Conservation in STOCKTON CA. US MID #8400601694

The museum is classed as ZAW (Zoos, Aquariums, & Wildlife Conservation). It comes under American Alliance of Museums (AAM) region: Western (Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington).

Contact WORLD WILDLIFE MUSEUM

WORLD WILDLIFE MUSEUM
1245 W WEBER AVE
STOCKTON
CA
95203-3130

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WORLD WILDLIFE MUSEUM Information

MID # 8400601694
Name WORLD WILDLIFE MUSEUM
Alternate Name
Classification Zoos, Aquariums, & Wildlife Conservation, , Western
Federal Employer Identification Number (EIN) 680168538
NTEECC
Tax period of the latest return filed (YYYYMM)
INCOME 0
REVENUE 0
LAT/LONG 37.951471, -121.30644
CODES FIPS State Code: 06
FIPS County Code: 077
US Census Tract: 000801
US Census Block: 1004