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  • Snowdon Wildlife Sanctuary and Education Center Snowdon Wildlife Sanctuary and Education Center

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Mission Statement

The Snowdon Wildlife Sanctuary mission is to rehabilitate and return injured and orphaned wildlife to the wild, and to educate the public to appreciate wildlife and minimize conflicts with humans.

Description

Since 1989 Snowdon Wildlife Sanctuary has cared for and housed a wide range of mammals and birds on its 36 acre site in the mountains of McCall, Idaho, remotely situated to minimize human contact to ensure the successful release of the wild animals. The animals received by Snowdon are typically in distress due to injury, loss of parents, or loss of habitat. Animals include fawns, foxes, skunks, songbirds, squirrels, bears and birds of prey. Snowdon has an intern program through which university students in wildlife biology or veterinary sciences can work directly with the animals, provide educational programs and do projects working directly with our licensed staff. Housing for interns is provided.

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