Some Rescued Animals Perform an Educational Role

Not all of the native animals rescued recover sufficiently to be able to return to the wild. If appropriate, some animals may join our live native animal displays.

The educational displays contain stories of how the animals ended up at KFBG; some friendly animals also allow unique close contact appreciation for school children and general visitors.

We want visitors to KFBG to better understand how animals are an important part of us, part of our family and part of our biodiversity; and how many are represented in local and regional culture.

Visitors will be able to find out how their actions can harm or benefit the health of our natural environment. We hope to encourage more people to get involved in biodiversity conservation and develop or retain a close connection with nature.

Small lifestyle changes (such as saving electricity and conserving water) can indirectly help to conserve and protect our natural world.

Please do not be a part of the wild life trade. If the buying stops the cruelty will stop too.

Please try to live in harmony with animals and the rest of nature.