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Wildlife Images is non-profit wildlife rehabilitation and education center in beautiful Southern Oregon. We have been a non-profit since 1981, when our mission of Saving Wildlife started. Our center includes a wildlife hospital for wild patients and...more
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My heart is so happy that we have Dave Siddon and his Wildlife Sanctuary here in the Valley. There is comfort in knowing that our wildlife creatures have a safe haven for rehabilitation. It is a must see if you have friends or family, from...More
It's not the same as going to a zoo. Little children are fine but it's important to monitor them (not stick fingers in the bears' fence for example). These are TRULY WILD animals temporarily available while they get medical attention and assistance. It's a chance...More
Wildlife Images has been rehabilitating injured or otherwise hurt wildlife, from birds to bears, for many years. It's a shame that more people don't know about and support them. My hat is off to all the volunteers!
Wonderful place to visit for residents and visitors alike!! Dont miss the chance to see the Kodiak brown bears, raptors, cougars, and badgers in a comfortable setting, with knowledgeable guides and friendly atmosphere.
I was surprised at how well the facility is put together. We were there on a self guided day, which I prefer, but there plenty of workers there to tell anything we wanted to know. The enclosures were well done and they had a great...More
I've lived in Southern Oregon for over 30 years, but had never been to Wild Life Images. So this past weekend, my wife and I decided to take our 6 year old and give it a visit.
I'm glad we went.
But probably won't go...More
When I arrived, I was informed I had to make my Groupon reservations in advance, so (since the place was empty due to fires), I asked if I could make it for today. I was told no, but I could buy tickets and get a...More
this rehabilitation center for animals was an amazing Place. Maddie or tour guide was incredibly informative and told us all about each animal and their names given by the staff. We especially enjoyed the wolves, bears, Bobcats and Badgers.
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To clarify there are many people who capture or buy wild animals and try to keep them only to learn later that they have a wild animal on their hands and they are incapable of caring for it. When this happens there is a... More
To clarify there are many people who capture or buy wild animals and try to keep them only to learn later that they have a wild animal on their hands and they are incapable of caring for it. When this happens there is a network of rehabilitation centers in the USA that get invitations to host these animals so they do not have to be euthanized. Wildlife Images is part of that rehabilitation network. By being part of the network they are able to not only help some of the individual animals but also maintain a balanced environment at their sanctuary. To put this into perspective there have been so many baby lions that were raised in private zoos and imprinted by humans that it is nearly impossible to save them all. At best the network can save some. We are fortunate that Wildlife Images takes part in the network. What they are doing is legal, compassionate, and educational.