There are few things more stunning than the Center at this time of year.
Winter, however, poses many challenges to the animals who are not as naturally prepared for it.
Some of our animals are from tropical regions, and they must remain indoors when the temperature drops. The lemurs, kinkajous, binturongs, and genet all have their own winter quarters to nestle down in during any cold snaps.
Less sensitive animals still need heated, insulated dens in which to stay dry and warm during cold spells.
It takes a lot of preparation, which is why we are asking you, today, to contribute to our winter fund.
The Conservators Center has access to so many amazing resources — heated den boxes, heated water bowls, blankets, insulation, straw bedding, and more — thanks to the generosity of donors like you.
Did you know each heated water bucket costs $80?
That building an insulated den box to keep a smaller animal resident warm can cost up to $500?
We’d like your help to ameliorate these costs.
You can make a difference to animals and people like:
Your support, the foundation our community provides us, goes well beyond its dollar value. It tells us that you approve of the work we do on behalf of the animals, and in giving back to our community through education.
We thank you, as always, for your dedication.