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Adopt-An-Animal

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You can choose an animal to be a part of your family and your contribution will play a role in feeding and supporting these cute and curious critters under the care of trained Turtle Bay staff. 

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These animals play a huge role at Turtle Bay. All of our members and visitors love seeing them and learning about them. Our animal show, A Walk On The Wild Side, is very education and entertaining for people of all ages. We want to support all of our animals and the new ones coming in, but we cannot do it without your help!

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We need your help! All the animals at Turtle Bay need lots of love and support, and now you can help support the care and feeding of the animals through the Adopt-an-Animal program! 

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This is Cricket, our featured animal this week for the Adopt-An-Animal program. Cricket was part of a barn owl conservation release program. He was held back as an education animal. He arrived at Turtle Bay at 8-weeks old. The trainers named him Cricket for the chirping noise barn owls make when they meet each other at the nest site. Cricket is one of the most reliable animals we use in our educational shows at Turtle Bay. 

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All adoption levels receive a special adoption greeting card. $50 donation level also receives a Turtle Bay supporter decal. $100 donation level receives recognition on the designated animal’s Adoptive Parent’s page (coming soon). $250 donation level receives a special invitation to meet some of the animals up close and personal at Turtle Bay’s annual Meet-n-Greet! Animals at Turtle Bay are not able to be released into the wild and become our Animal Ambassadors, providing our educational messaging at the Park.

 

Click the button below to donate!

 
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