Save the Date – Tuesday September 21, 2021!
WUFT Radio Interview and Podcast
Wild bear cub rehabilitated and released!
The Easter Bunny
Goodbye to our beloved Roy
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What our volunteers and supporters have to say.
Wild Animal Sanctuary and Educational facility
Since 1998, Forest Animal Rescue (formerly known as Peace River Refuge and Ranch) has ensured that rescued wild animals have the space and peace that they need to heal and thrive.
They are given the best in veterinary care, a healthy diet, and playmates of their own kind as appropriate.
Animals rescued from captive situations regain confidence as their bodies gain strength, and they learn to appreciate the humans who have come to their aid, in a true sanctuary setting.
Black bear cubs are rehabilitated and, once they have regained their strength, they are returned to State authorities for release in appropriate locations.
Other native wild animals that have been rehabilitated by others are also provided with a safe, protected location, owned by the sanctuary, to be released back into their native habitat.