News & Events
Come for the 3:00 tour in winter and you are likely to see a "Feed-Up." We feed over 1,000 lbs. of food every
Nine inches of snow fell at Global Wildlife Center on December 11, 2008. The animals couldn't believe their eyes, and neither could we!
Show your support for the animals at Global Wildlife Center by booking your school fieldtrip early this year.
Every reservation made for a tour in September, January or February will receive a free cup of animal feed per person! And remember one teacher per class always tours free! Come see for yourself how exciting education can be at Global Wildlife Center!
Read about Winter Animal Care and Actress Elisabeth Shue's visits to Global Wildlife Center in the December 2007 Newsletter (PDF 1035 KB).
Visitors to Global Wildlife Center have been telling us for years that we should be on animal planet, and now that dream is a reality! Check out Wendee Holtcamp's Animal Planet blog http://blogs.discovery.com/animal_news/2009/12/tiny-kangaroo-joey-adopted-by-human-mom.html
Global Wildlife Center offers Sanctuary
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Global Wildlife Center says goodbye to gentle giant, Slim the giraffe. Photo by Cheryl Schneider March 12, 2009, Global Wildlife Center was forced to make the difficult decision to euthanize Slim the reticulated giraffe. Slim had been the patriarch of the animal family at Global Wildlife Center since its inception in 1991, and was