Eagle Release

 

 

Veteran's Day Eagle Release

November 11th @ 9:00 A.M.

Unfortunately we will not be able to release Freedom as planned. He is not physically capable of being released, and we will not release an animal unless it has the best chance of survival.

We will still offer the walking tour at 9AM; admission for Veterans will still be free.

This event will still act as a fundraiser to build a Flight Center for our injured raptors so that they may have the best space possible to recuperate before release.

We are very sorry that Freedom cannot be released but we must do what is best for the bird. Thank you for understanding


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A special thanks to all those who have signed up to help! The amount that you contribute continues to grow. Last quarter between the 2 the sanctuary received $500 that will be used for animal care.

 

 

 

 

THE RED WOLF SANCTUARY, a non-profit, tax-deductible organization incorporated in the State of Indiana in 1979, is dedicated to the preservation and continued existence of North American wildlife. Our focus is the education of future generations, teaching them the vital part each species plays in the maintenance of a healthy eco-system. Our goal is to expose our visitors to the wonders of nature and of the wildlife that lives in their very own country. Together we can ensure that our future generations will have the same opportunity to help "save the living past for the future to enjoy".

 

*As a non profit we rely on monetary donations to maintain this facility (along with building new enclosures as needed) and provide care for our animals both short and long term.

 

 

 

 

 

 

What's Happening Now

 

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When we get in an injured/orphaned raptor we try our best to get them in good health to return to the wild. We continue to work towards building this Raptor Center so that the Bald Eagle Liberty "AKA" Brooke (rescued from the Brookeville area), along with other injured birds of prey will have a place to spread their wings on the road to recovery. The first phase of this several phase project is to build the "Flight Cages" (the wings) as soon as possible to give our birds a place to not only heal but to regain their strength as well. It is estimated that each phase will cost $5,000.

 

 

 

 

 

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Meet Chinook

 

Our former employee, Megan Erb called us for help in saving this beautiful little guy. Chinook was bought at a wildlife auction and kept in a cage his entire life. This was causing him to exhibit aggressive behavior. Not knowing what else to do with him, owner was going to kill him for his fur. Thanks to Megan this little guy will now have a permanent home. While he is kept in quarantine to ensure that he poses no risks to our other residents, we need to work on building him a permanent enclosure.