Tiger at the Black Pine Wildlife Sanctuary in Albion, Indiana

 

 

 

I went to the Black Pine Animal Sanctuary in Albion, Indiana, last week.  Black Pine is a non-profit exotic animal sanctuary, a "last chance" refuge for captive-raised non-domestic animals in need.  They give "rescued and retired exotic animals a safe haven, and educate people and enhance their knowledge of exotic and endangered species, and responsible pet ownership." It is a wonderful place and they are doing excellent work there for exotic animals who have been rescued or retired. 

 

We booked a private tour of the facility, and the Executive Director, Lori Gagen, gave us a wonderful behind the scenes, close up tour of the animals… lions, tigers, bears, leopards, cougars, wolves, foxes and more.  With a private tour, we could get within touching distance of the animals.    

Some of the stories of how these animals were found and rescued were really very sad, but they do have a wonderful home now and are well cared for by a great staff at Black Pine. 

Here is one photo I took of one of the tigers. 

 

 

 

BLACK PINE ANIMAL SANCTUARY

 

 

 

 

 

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Comment balloon 18 commentsRoberta Kayne • April 29 2012 05:35PM
Tiger at the Black Pine Wildlife Sanctuary in Albion, Indiana
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I went to the Black Pine Animal Sanctuary in Albion, Indiana, last week. Black Pine is a non-profit exotic animal sanctuary, a "last chance" refuge for captive-raised non-domestic animals in need. They give "… more