rehab and release program

Because So Many Have Asked How to Help ❤️

While all the creatures are okay and the barns, house, and office, there was still damage from the wildfire late last week. Despite the catastrophic nature of the fire, thankfully, there is no catastrophe here. The damages are limited, but will still be impactful. Due to our emergency plan and…...

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Let’s Talk Food!

Let’s talk about food! We have been working on our garden here for the past several years – we had a group of volunteers set it up and return to care for it. Right now it’s a bit in the need of replanting and some love. We use what we…...

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Update on Some Non-elephant Residents

    We wanted to give a little update on some of our non-elephant residents this weekend. For those that don’t already know, we do wildlife rehabilitation and release of indigenous species that were more commonly found in the area, but their population decreased with human development.  This program is…...

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Alma Update (The Tapir)

A little Alma update. First, the choice of photo. Many people want to know if Ian the rooster is still spending time with Alma. This photo was taken at 10 pm feed, so that’s a slightly blurry Alma, and in the background, on top of the fence, is Ian. He…...

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Rehab & Release Deer Ready For Next Step

This beautiful boy is one of our residents for rehabilitation and release- a gray brocket deer. Scott just also happens to be completely smitten with him. The statement of how stunning he is (although he usually says ‘she’) is something i hear at least a few times a week. I…...

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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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