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Wildlife Images - Rehabilitation & Education Center

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11845 Lower River Rd, Grants Pass, OR 97526-9613
+1 541-476-0222
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Animal Sanctuary

Wildlife Images is a first-class animal rescue foundation. The guides are excellent, the animals... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Ann H
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Lions, Tigers, and Bears Oh My

Guided tour of the center was very informative and educational as to how they tend to the animals... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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Wildlife Images is non-profit wildlife rehabilitation and education center in beautiful Southern Oregon. We have been a non-profit since 1981, when our mission of Saving Wildlife started. Our center includes a wildlife hospital for wild patients and permanent residents, youth camps throughout the year, and over 80 permanent residents who cannot be released back to the wild. By taking a tour you can view a great assortment of birds, smaller mammals, reptiles, and large mammals such as cougars, bears and wolves! The tours provide a unique, up-close encounter with wildlife that is not seen every day.
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11845 Lower River Rd, Grants Pass, OR 97526-9613
+1 541-476-0222
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Reviewed yesterday

Wildlife Images is a first-class animal rescue foundation. The guides are excellent, the animals well-cared for, and rehabilitated if possible.

Thank Ann H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Guided tour of the center was very informative and educational as to how they tend to the animals, birds, and how they live. The setting very natural, and lovely trees with lots of shade for all. Their gift center was very interesting and many gifts...More

Thank CaliforniaMurf
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I was completely blown away by the tour I went on. The amount of detail that has gone into this establishment is absolutely unimaginable. The animals are very well treated, they have all sorts of animals ranging from bears to rare birds and big cats....More

1  Thank mwilliamsmw70
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

You will go on a tour through the area that houses their permanent animal residences who are unable to live in the wild. There are bears, mountain lions, birds of prey, badgers, and animals from other countries that have been sent to them. They treat...More

1  Thank Midwest012
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Very interesting, and informative. Great venue for kids too, the Eagles are amazing, and the BEARS! Nice easy walk, great tour guide. Reasonable fees.

1  Thank ShastaLake2014
Reviewed 10 August 2017

This is always fun and we brought out of town family to enjoy.We saw many new things and learned about all the assistance provided to many animals who are brought in. I love the bears especially fun to watch and humorous. They were in the...More

1  Thank dreamtornadoe
Reviewed 25 July 2017 via mobile

This place is so beautiful and well kept. It is so much better than any zoo in terms of how they treat their animals and I could tell just by the staff members and volunteers I've met that every single one of the is truly...More

1  Thank pineapplecow
Reviewed 25 July 2017

I recently went to Wildlife Images while visiting Grants Pass. What a great service this place provides. Rescuing different wild life from all over and treating, caring and loving these animals that cannot help themselves. We took a short tour with a small group of...More

1  Thank Lynone
Reviewed 21 July 2017 via mobile

Took the grandkids. We all enjoyed this rehabilitation center and your money goes to a good cause, helping the animals.

1  Thank LadyDiSLC
Reviewed 10 July 2017

We went here with a group and saw many different animals that were either being rehabilitated (secluded) and those who are now residents due to different conditions that no longer allow them to be in the wild. It was a very interesting tour with bobcats,...More

1  Thank 4cents-worth
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14 September 2015|
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Response from Steven858 | Reviewed this property |
To clarify there are many people who capture or buy wild animals and try to keep them only to learn later that they have a wild animal on their hands and they are incapable of caring for it. When this happens there is a... More
Katharine H
7 July 2015|
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Response from Lor411 | Reviewed this property |
We just showed up and bought tickets there. But we just toured the facility ourselves.