Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary
Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary is the only public refuge in Montana to house native animals that cannot be returned to the wild due to injury or habituation to humans. We care for over 60 animals and birds, many placed here by Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife & Parks, including wolves, mountain lions, black bears, bison, elk, bobcat, fox, coyote, eagles, hawks, owls and many more. The sanctuary offers visitors an unparalleled chance to learn about these and other animals by observing them at close range and through interpretive displays.
My husband and I had a wonderful time there!The facility is amazing and it's easy to see how much time and effort they put into their animals. Kara was our tour guide and she did an amazing job! She was so friendly, enthusiastic, and clearly educated about the work she's doing there. We loved it! Meeka the raccoon was my favorite animal, she was the sweetest thing! You have to go just to see her:)
It has bears, wolves, and lots of other animals to see. Good for an hour of entertaining the kids while waiting for other events around town.
Toured this area with ol' Eing, first time @ '76.. awesome Gallatin Natl Forest and killer mountains!!
Very good education resources for children. Glad to see that animals are happy to live there and are well taken care of. It's said that only whales and elephants will take care of the elder in the animal kingdom.
Awesome small quick stop with beautiful animals aplenty
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