What I would like to do is give those who would like to come and see the animals at their feeding time and the sunset for the animal calls.
I'll be there from 10 AM to 1 PM go have lunch then I'll be back around 3:30 for those who would like to come out for the rest of the evening. It's a good cause and there is a lot to photograph.
See you soon
Feeding of the animals-Sunset for the animal calls.
Come ye of all ages to see Lions, Tigers, Bears, Cougars, Leopards, Mountain Lions, Wolves, Servals, Bobcats, Lynx, Foxes, Coyote, Coati Mundi, Horses, Emu, Camel, Alpaca, Cats, Dogs, Parrots and other Birds living in a protected environment replicating their natural state. These animals may be swimming in a lake, lying beneath a tree, frolicking along acreage or surveying amongst the tall grass. Don't forget your binoculars, camera and video camera. Most visitors stay 2-3 hours.
The Wild Animal Sanctuaryis a 720-acre animal sanctuary located near Keensburg, Colorado. The sanctuary specializes in rescuing and caring for large predators which are being ill-treated, for which their owners can no longer care, or which might otherwise be euthanized. It is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and a state and federally licensed zoological facility.
Created in 1980, the Wild Animal Sanctuary has helped over 1,000 animals since it first opened. As of 2012, it was home to over 290 animals. The stated mission of the sanctuary is "to rescue captive large carnivores who have been abused, abandoned, illegally kept or exploited; to create for them a wonderful life for as long as they live; and to educate about the causes and solutions to the Captive Wildlife Crisis." The sanctuary states that there are many large carnivores living outside the zoo system in the United States, including 4000 or so tigers living as pets in Texas alone, and many of these come from the black market trade in exotic animals.
Map to the facility (Don't trust Google): http://www.wildanimalsanctuary.org/visitors/map.html