Earlier this year, the West Virginia Wildlife Center in Upshur County was hit hard by storms that caused widespread damage throughout the facilities.
Torrential rains and strong winds damaged cages, toppled trees and destroyed fencing.
It took time to repair the damages and replace broken equipment, and the center was forced to close its gates to visitors.
Now, the center is fully restored and back to its pre-storm state.
Laura Meadow, of the Upshur County Convention and Visitors Bureau, said the center was the perfect place for families to spend a summer afternoon.
"It really is such a unique place," she said. "It's an all-day attraction, and there's really something there for everyone.
"If you're at all interested in West Virginia and the heritage of the state, the wildlife center is for you. We're called wild and wonderful, and that's where to see our wild side."
The center offers visitors the opportunity to see a wide variety of animals in a facsimile of their natural habitats.