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A dove walks near Louie, a black bear, while he eats some green grass in his quarters at the California Living Museum.

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A portrait of one of the bobcats at the California Living Museum, which is open daily for the public to view the animals.

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A pair of golden eagles are close to each other at CALM on Thursday afternoon. The golden eagle is named for the way the feathers on the nape of its neck glisten in the sun, according to the California Living Museum website.

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A great horned owl has a keen eye on things surrounding his living area at CALM Thursday.

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A raccoon lays on his side in his quarters for a nice portrait at the California Living Museum.

Bears. Cats. Eagles. Owls. Raccoons. They all live at the California Living Museum in northeast Bakesfield, and you can see them daily.

CALM is open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily, except specified holidays. The zoo featuring animals and plants native to California is at 10500 Alfred Harrell Highway.

Californian photographer Casey Christie visited Thursday, and shares these images.