Sanctuaries

Sanctuaries / Rescue Centres are helping animals in need in their local areas. These do not have visitor facilities.

  • Abbe-Freeland Animal Sanctuary, USA

    Its primary goal is to rehabilitate and release wildlife back into the wild. Beaver rehab, care and education is their specialty.
  • Center for Great Apes, USA

    The Center for Great Apes’ mission is to provide a permanent sanctuary for orangutans and chimpanzees who have been rescued or retired from the entertainment industry, from research, or who are no longer wanted as pets.
  • Chimp Sanctuary Northwest, USA

    CSNW provides lifetime quality care for formerly abused and exploited chimpanzees while advocating for great apes.
  • Greyhaven Exotic Bird Sanctuary, Canada

    Greyhaven is a non-profit society specializing in parrot rescue, refuge and adoptions whose purpose is to enhance the quality of life for companion birds through rehabilitation, compassion and the education of the general public in the care of exotic birds. Animal Sponsorship

 

  • Hatteras Island Wildlife Rehabilitation, USA

    Hatteras Island Wildlife Rehabilitation is a non-profit 501(c)3 all-volunteer organization dedicated to the treatment and care of ill and injured wildlife. Its goal is to restore the animal to good health, then release it back into the wild.

 

  • Island Wildlife Natural Care Centre, Canada

    Island Wildlife Natural Care Centre is a registered charity dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of sick, injured and orphaned wild animals.

 

  • Jungle Friends Primate Sanctuary, USA

    Jungle Friends Primate Sanctuary provides permanent, high-quality sanctuary care for abused or unwanted New World primates from around the United States who have been cast-off from the pet trade, retired from research, or confiscated by authorities. Animal Sponsorship

 

  • The Marine Mammal Rescue Centre, Canada

    The Vancouver Aquarium Marine Mammal Rescue Centre has been involved in the rescue and rehabilitation of marine mammals for almost fifty years.

 

  • The Wildcat Sanctuary, USA

    TWS is committed to serving public welfare through assisting authorities, upon request, in removing big cats that are owned illegally and pose a public safety risk

 

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