Why Are Wild Animals in Cages?

The Wildlife Sanctuary receives many sick and injured wild animals. Our goal is to nurse them back to health and return them to wild. Sometimes permanently injured animals cannot survive on their own and we provide them a safe home. We can work with the animals living here to learn about their habitats and to help them survive in the wild. The Wildlife Sanctuary has the proper state and federal permits to cage and rehabilitate animals.

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1. I Have an Injured Animal. What Do I Do?
2. When Can I See the Animals Up Close? May I Take a Picture of Me Holding One?
3. How Can I Help the Animals of the Wildlife Sanctuary?
4. What Do I Do with a Baby Animal If I Am Close?
5. Will a Bird of Prey Attack My Pet Cat or Small Dog?
6. How Can I Help Wildlife in My Yard?
7. Can I Fish at the Wildlife Sanctuary?
8. How Do I Raise a Baby Animal I Have Found?
9. Who Can I Contact for More Information on the Animals of the Wildlife Sanctuary?
10. What Do the Birds of Prey Eat?
11. Where Do You Get Your Animals?
12. Why Are Wild Animals in Cages?
13. Are there any animal areas closed during normal operating open hours?