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The orphan bear cub has a name!

Avonaco

Meet “Avonaco” – he finally has a name! It is from Native American Cheyenne origin and means “lean bear.” We won’t be calling him by that name since we won’t speak near him; we want him to remain wild so he can be released back where he was orphaned in the wild in Louisiana; but […]

Bear Freedom Project 2015

Severely malnourished and sick; he will be OK with proper care!

The cub made a few steps toward a tree then just stopped, crouched and cried. He knew he wasn’t strong enough to escape. Help us help him! We are expanding our sanctuary to have the capacity to accept orphaned black bear cubs like this little guy for rehabilitation and release back into the wild. As […]

2014 Christmas for the Animals photos are online!

White-Faced Capuchins

The animals have opened their gifts – now you can enjoy watching them as much as we did! Stand by for videos…. 2014 Christmas for the Animals

Black Friday, Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday

Roy, tiger

#GivingTuesday inspires personal philanthropy and encourages bigger, better and smarter charitable giving. During the holiday season, show the world that you really know what it is all about, you know how to GIVE for the holidays! The third annual #GivingTuesday will take place on December 2, 2014. An average of 500 animals a year are […]

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