The Wild Animal Sanctuary
Don’t let the summer pass you by without making a few more memories. Here are five great day trips to take with the whole family before school begins again.
One of the best parts of summer is spending time in the great outdoors and one of the perks of being outdoors is wildlife viewing. Stop by one of our state parks or national parks and check out the local fauna, or take advantage of a wild animal sanctuary to see more exotic wildlife. There is still plenty of time this summer in which to take a hike and look and animals. Bring the family or spend some time alone in these wildlife viewing areas.
The Wild Animal Sanctuary in Keenesburg has agreed to take in 30 lions in need of a home.
A California bear named Meatball because of his fondness for the food will be coming soon to a new home in Colorado.
A wildlife sanctuary says a 400-acre donation has doubled its facility in northeastern Colorado, placing it among the largest free-roaming carnivore sanctuaries in the Western Hemisphere.
All 25 lions rescued from Bolivian circuses last month are adjusting quickly to their new surroundings at The Wild Animal Sanctuary near Keenesburg, but several required major dental work.
Twenty five African lions who have been rescued from circuses in Bolivia are being flown to Colorado to live out the rest of their lives at an animal sanctuary.