The Wild Animal Sanctuary

Wild Animal Sanctuary Increases Admission Fee: ‘We’re About Quality, Not Quantity’

The Wild Animal Sanctuary northeast of Denver has increased fees for daily visitors from $15 to $50 but says it’s not about the money, it’s about the visitors.


The Wild Animal Sanctuary in Keenesburg, Colorado. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

Wild Animal Sanctuary Visitor Fee Jumps From $15 To $50

The Wild Animal Sanctuary northeast of Denver has increased fees for daily visitors from $15 to $50.


(credit: MICHAL CIZEK/AFP/Getty Images)

Park Service Defends Refusal To Use Wolves

The National Park Service acted properly when it ruled out using wolves to control the elk population in Rocky Mountain National Park, government lawyers argued Thursday before a federal appeals court.


Wolves and wolf dogs at a wolf sanctuary in Rist Canyon survived the High Park Fire (credit: CBS)

Wolves Protected During Fire Evacuations

A lot of planning went into keeping the animals that make their home at a wolf-dog sanctuary in a remote area of Rist Canyon in Larimer County safe from the High Park Fire.


A big cat catches an afternoon nap at the Wild Animal Sanctuary in Keenesburg. (credit: CBS)

Animal Sanctuary Owners Reacts To Ohio Tragedy

The news of the wild animals on the loose in Ohio spread quickly to the Wild Animal Sanctuary in Keenesburg.


One of the wolves at the Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center in Divide, Colo. (credit: CBS)

Wolf Rescuer Gives Endangered Animals Chance

A Colorado wolf rescuer gives the endangered animals a second chance.


One of the residents at the Mission Wolf Sanctuary in Silver Cliff. (credit: CBS)

Sanctuary Nurtures Wolves, Promotes Education

In the 1980s Weber and his wife Tracy began creating Mission Wolf. Now they have about 200 acres protected for the wolves. More than 30 acres is fenced for the wolves to live. The Webers’ main strategy is education.


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