The Kroschel Wildlife park brings people from all over the world to interact with disappearing species of animals, providing education and live interaction with animals indigenous to the arctic circle. Grizzly bears, snowy owls, ermines, wolverines and many other animals depend on the Kroschel Wildlife Park for their survival.
The Kroschel wildlife park rescues and rehabilitates injured and orphaned Alaskan animals and is the only place in the world that provides a hands on experience to visitors, providing a one-in-a-lifetime, unprecedented peek into arctic animal behavior for park guests.
Normally, the park depends on funding from visitors to care for and rehabilitate these endangered animals, but with the pandemic bringing the travel industry to a halt, no visitors means the wildlife park must depend entirely on donations for support.
Caring for these innocent animals is an enormous undertaking that requires around the clock diligence to provide veterinary care, food, bedding, habitat maintenance loving interaction and more to each animal, to ensure their well being.
Please consider a donation to support the care of your favorite animal:
- Garrett the Pine Martin
- Lennox the Lynx
- Aquila the Porcupine
- Isis the Wolf
- Banff the Wolverine
- Kitty the Bear
- or choose a global donation to support the care of many additional animals including snowy owls, arctic foxes, and other injured or wounded indigenous animals that need your help.
Simply choose your animal from the drop down menu below, and every single penny will be directly used in support of that animal's wellness.
Thank you so much for your generosity and support of these animals that are totally dependent on the kindness of humans to help them not just survive, but thrive!
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