Conservation Ambassadors’ Wild Things houses and cares for displaced wildlife. Our animals are education ambassadors spreading messages of conservation and appreciation for natural wonders. To further support our animals, we feature our Adopt-an-Animal program that lets you symbolically adopt one of our amazing animals.*
*Animal adoptions are valid for one year.
Adopting an animal helps to provide food, shelter, enrichment, medical care, and transportation to our education programs. In recognition of your support, you will receive a personalized package about your animal and how the animal benefits from your generosity.
–Enthusiast ($10): social media mention
-Friend ($50): everything from above plus digital certificate
-Advocate ($100): everything from above plus digital photo of your animal
-Steward ($500): everything from above plus framed photo
-Conservationist ($1,000) – everything from above plus free program at school or event within 2 hours of Sacramento
Adopt your animal today!
Donations are tax-deductible minus services rendered ($500 for program)
(Please allow 2-3 weeks for processing)
Maliki the Vervet Monkey
Loves to eat: Nuts & oranges
Favorite activity: Being groomed by his trainers
With us because: Another facility needed to find him a good home.
Pook the Gibbon
Loves to eat: Goldfish crackers
Favorite activity: Scratching her back with a stick
With us because: Imported from Thailand in the 1960s before it was illegal, and then owners passed away.
Long Tailed Macaque
Loves to eat: pomegranates
Favorite activity: Being groomed
With us because: Was a pet in Reno, NV that owners could no longer care for.
Rodents and Hoofstock, Etc.
Canids, Felids, Procyonids, Etc.
Birds of Prey
Spirit the Bald Eagle
Loves to eat: Salmon and trout
Favorite activity: Playing with straw
With us because: Shot in left wing, can no longer fly, unable to be released
Gollum and Calypso the
Western Screech Owls
GOLLUM & CALYPSO
Loves to eat: Mice
Favorite activity: Flying
With us because: Gollum had wing injury, Calypso lost an eye, both could not be released.
Tawny the Red-Tailed Hawk
DOB: Approx. late 1990s
Loves to eat: Rats
Favorite activity: Building a nest
With us because: Illegally shot and injured. Rehabbed but unable to be released.