Blogs

Our Newest Wildlife Rehab and Release Resident

This is our newest wildlife rehabilitation and release resident. He is a male tapir, approximately 5 months old. We do not know his particular story, but many young tapirs that end up in the hands of the state agricultural agency are due to them being taken from the wild to…...

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A Little Extra TLC For Ramba

Ramba is well, but had a little flareup with her temporal gland this week. When she left the circus she had an abscess in that area along with a pressure sore. About twice a year it acts up and needs a little extra medical attention. This week, instead of its…...

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Trumpet Parties

Sometimes the girls are excited yet sleepy and their little trumpet parties are short-lived. They start with a little more oomph and then fade out into long blinks and leaning on one another. One of the really cute things about their vocalizations is that you can almost always tell when…...

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Bugsy & The Other Sanctuary Residents

People often ask how Bugsy is doing- and this photo embodies how. He is wonky in the best ways. Bugsy is great, an incredibly loyal boy who has stellar fits of brain freeze. For those who have followed us for some time, or know us personally, you know we pay…...

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The Stalls Are Going Up For Kenya!

The stalls are going up at Kenya’s future home! This week the panels that have been welded are being put up to form the interior stalls of the African barn. As the panels are being lifted, positioned and secured, more are being welded. Stalls going up means we will be…...

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Lovely Maia And Her Happy Flaps

For those of you who are fans of the fuzz, and how could you not be, here is lovely Maia and her happy flaps. While she is just lovely, we can also bring a little education to the post as well. If you click on the photo to enlarge it,…...

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