sanctuary life

A Peaceful Moment At Sanctuary

This video shares some of the peace that comes with sanctuary. Here, Rana and Maia are taking advantage of one of the most important things that a sanctuary life offers: autonomy. On this day, both used their freedom to just peacefully exist, without interference from humans. We wish you all…...

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Sara’s Diary: My Week At Sanctuary

Elephant Sanctuary Brazil never lets you forget you’re at sanctuary – from the smallest details to the largest moments. The roosters sound the alarm around 4:30 in the morning and they call back and forth to one another until you are wide awake. All of the bird songs are unfamiliar…...

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The Sanctuary Night Sky

Filmmaker, photographer, and Santuario Equidad employee Fede Sordo joined our team on Pocha and Guillermina’s transport from Mendoza to Brazil, capturing some of the images and videos we’ve shown you over the past few weeks. A couple of nights before his return home, he captured this image of the night…...

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Sprucing Up the Crates With Our New Backhoe

After nearly a year in Mendoza, our transport crates need a little love before they can be used again. Though it was needed in the case of Pocha and Guillermina, the crates aren’t made for daily use, for such a long time period. The repairs and updates must be made…...

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A Sanctuary Wishlist

Next month we will welcome a staff member visiting from the US, which is rare, and also means that we have the opportunity for someone to bring supplies for the animals that are only available in the United States. In North America, people have a luxury that we don’t have…...

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The Dogs Love a Muddy Run

Sanctuary dogs Bugsy, Minnie, and Molly love running along the 4-wheeler – especially down muddy roads. Milo the lamb has been known to join them at times, but only on occasional short runs to the African barn as a treat. We don’t know if all dogs love mud, or if…...

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