Beech Grove, IN • Wizard of Paws Wildlife Education is a veteran owned nonprofit wildlife sanctuary and refuge. With a 4 person board of directors and 0 employees, it is a relatively small organization whose entire board of directors are volunteers.
This program will involve a multi-level scientific study on the behavior and genetics of the rarest dog species in the world. There are only 250 New Guinea Singing Dogs in captivity in the world and it’s unknown if they still exist in the wild. This program is dependent on donors and grants to help fund the purchase of a larger property by mid 2020 beginning of 2021. .
Once we purchase a larger property we have plans to start the Wildlife Warriors program to help reach inner city children and keep them out of gangs and away from drugs by teaching them useful skills such as plant and animal identification, orienteering, and more. It is planned that this program will be funded directly through educational grants and public donations. .
We bring animals out to schools and other facilities to meet the students and the public in order to educate about these beautiful creatures. Our sanctuary requires a minimum donation to the sanctuary for all educational programs which includes private and guest lectures from Rev. Dr. Jasmin Wieczorek. .
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Our organization is one of a handful in the entire country who take in captive bred tame foxes on a regular basis!
$50 provides one rabies vaccine to an exotic animal.
$90 provides RAW species specific food for one week for one animal.
$100 provides enclosure upgrades when fencing becomes damaged.
$500 provides one 10ft x 10ft enclosure including the concrete flooring and underground dig guards.