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ANIMAL PARK AT THE CONSERVATORS CENTER

Cause Area

  • Animals

Location

PO BOX 882MEBANE, NC 27302 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

The Animal Park’s mission is to reconnect people with wildlife.

Description

The Animal Park at the Conservators Center was founded in 1999 in Mebane, NC. After volunteering and working for other wildlife oriented organizations, Douglas Evans and Mindy Stinner founded the Center as an educational non-profit dedicated to providing a specialized home for select carnivore species. In 2001 the Center relocated onto 45 acres of beautiful, forested land in Caswell County, of which only approximately 10 acres is currently developed. Over the next few years, the site grew to house three tigers and about 25 small wild cats and other small carnivores.

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