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Join us on a private tour that includes information about the organization’s history, a look into the Non-Eagle Feather Repository, details about their hospital and a visit to the Interactive Lab and Educational Trail.
Liberty Wildlife assists the state of Arizona with rehabilitation of native species, specializing in avian, reptile, amphibian and small mammal species. They care for between 7,000 - 8,000 animals every year with a release rate over 50%, above the national norm.
We’ll get to look into the windows of their working hospital and see new patients being worked on. Then, on their education side, we’ll meet with volunteers who take the birds of prey out of their enclosures for up close visits. They also have a reptile room where some of their team can take out a few of those animals to let our group learn more about each of them.
Consider donating something from their wish list, which can be view via the link above.
Join us afterwards for lunch at JL Smokehouse just a 1.2 mile drive southwest of the tour.
Your trip leaders will once again be Joe&Hans who can be reached at Wildlife@ComputerComprehension.com or 602-708-9691 (text only)