"I challenge you to make your life a masterpiece. I challenge you to join the ranks of those people who live what they teach, who walk their talk. "
— Anthony Robbins

Thanks to the generous donation from Dr. Kim, DVMD, we are expanding to make a better chance for more animals... Deer, and birds; such as ducks, geese, waders and other waterfowl.














Deer fence under construction 400' x 200' x 6'.

A new enclosure for a fox and coyote that we have aquired.

New enclosers, for a silver fox on one side, and coyote on the other.
One happy silver fox. She (Taz) was rescued from a porch in the city of Niagara Falls after the NYS DEC contacted us for help.
Coyote that was confiscated by the NYS DEC. She was being illegally kept in a poor facility. "Cheyenne" is now happily running and playing in her new home.



All modifications have been completed. This enclosure will be, and is used for many other animals, but is ready if the need arises for an eagle in distress.

We are currently working on refining our "eagle" flight cage.


We hope that we can meet, and acceed the standards set by the NYS DEC and US Fish and Wildlife Service, so that in the future we will be able to rehabilitate and release these beautiful birds that are the symbol of the United States of America.


Another project we are working on, is to aquire enough fencing to enclose a larger area for waterfowl and deer. If you are interested in donating, or if you know someone who will give us a discount, then please contact us.

UPDATE: We have the supplies thanks to a donation from Dr. Kim, DVMD and are working on the completion.

Mallards, Canada goose and wood ducks.

We are rebuilding a flight cage for larger birds.

“Animals don't hate, and we're supposed to be better than them.”
Elvis Presley


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