K E E P E R S O F T H E W I L D E X P A N S I O N
Keepers of the Wild is one of several organizations on a quest to stop the use of animals in traveling circuses and exhibits. Laws have already been passed successfully in five other countries, said animals have been removed and placed in sanctuaries.
Sanctuaries in the U.S. are full and over capacity. Most do not have the space or funds to accommodate additional animals. With pending legislation, the time is near that laws will be passed to stop private ownership, over-breeding and the exploitation of exotic animals. They will all need a place to go and we intend to accommodate them.
Keepers of the Wild currently has identified 4000 acres available to satisfy the needs of this growing animal population. The first phase of this project will be the development of 2480 contiguous acres. This pristine land is perfectly suited for the most beautiful natural habitats imaginable. Complete with grasslands, mountain ranges, valleys, box canyons, lake sites and much more.
*NOTE: Keepers of the Wild will not close our exisiting sanctuary, Wild Planet will be an additional sanctuary.
FUTURE PLANS: WILD PLANET ANIMAL SANCTUARY
The location of the property could not be more perfect. Thirty minutes south of the Hoover Dam and 30 minutes west of Kingman, AZ. In a corridor that contains Las Vegas to the north, the Grand Canyon to the east, Phoenix to the south, and the Los Angeles market to the west. We are situated off of Highway 93 which is the north south artery between Las Vegas, Nevada and Phoenix, Arizona and the major connector from Interstate 40 (western route to Los Angeles and the eastern route to the south rim of the Grand Canyon). Additionally, the major road to the western rim of the Grand Canyon terminates at Highway 93. Also known as the Canamex highway, this recently completed major 4 lane divided highway, is the primary link between Mexico and Canada.
If you would like to participate by promoting, sponsoring, or investing in this exciting new project, please contact Jonathan Kraft for further details at (928)769-1800 Ext. 24 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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