Wild Wonders is an educational wildlife facility that provides exotic animals and animal trainers for educational programs. With many of their inhabitants being rescues, whether from abusive owners or challenging environments, Wild Wonders gives these animals a safe and happy home with plenty of interaction, with absolutely none of their animals being taken from the wild.
Socializing their animals is a huge priority of Wild Wonders, both within their own species and with humans, as well. Every day, trainers personally see to the care and needs of each individual animal, taking them on walks, cleaning cages, and giving them undivided attention, much as they would their own house pets. Nutritional requirements are meticulously followed and each animal experiences affectionate behavioral enrichment, allowing them to feel comfortable around people.
Through their tours, educational events, and exhibits, Wild Wonders allows the public to visit and interact with their animals on an extremely personal level. While zoos have their place, most do not permit for such an up-close experience with cheetahs, monkeys, and other furry, four-legged "creature teachers", as they are known at Wild Wonders. From Olivia the wide-eyed owl monkey clambering up your shoulder to having one of the whiskered bearcats slurp a banana from your palm, the experience is like no other.