Blogs

An Introduction To One Of the Sanctuary Tapirs

We wanted to introduce you to one of the tapirs (antas) that came as a rehab/release, but will be a permanent resident of sanctuary. After her arrival it was quickly evident that she was blind- so this will be her home....

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The Joy of Elephant Eye and Butt Scratches

It’s the little things that bring such joy. As you can hear by Consu and Caro giggling in the background, anyone who cares for elephants adores everything about them, and this definitely includes eye and butt scratches. What is there not to love?...

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Drone Photo Of The Sanctuary

Someone asked yesterday if we have a map to get a better idea of the lay of the land. We have google maps, but that’s no fun. You can really tell what the property really looks like. So instead we’re using a drone photo. This doesn’t include the full property,…...

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African Barn Construction Can Begin!

So today while concrete was being poured to finish the bridge, Maia watched the workers and Bugsy watched Maia....

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Update From Consu About Sweet Ramba

Here’s an update from Consu about our sweet Ramba in Chile. We are still working on pushing her paperwork through and her transport crate is almost finished and will be on its way to Chile soon. “After a few days just cleaning everything thanks to the beautiful rain, the sun…...

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Side By Side And Ready To Be Fed

While sometimes we find Maia and Guida deep within the habitat and in different areas, like the video from yesterday, other days they are side by side and ready to be fed. Sometimes people ask about the girls being apart, as if it is a bad thing. Them being comfortable…...

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