We are currently running low on open enclosures for new residents and this project will aim to create two new backup enclosures.
One will be used as a rehabilitation camp to move injured or animals in recovery into. The other one will be open for any new residents arriving on short notice and they will stay there until we can create a more permanent home for them depending on their needs. In the future we would like to construct a larger habituation enclosure specifically for animals who need to adapt to a bigger space when they are cleared to be rewilded before they reach their final destination.
Our enclosures aim to provide a safe and comfortable home for animals that have been rescued or that are unable to survive in their natural habitats. They allow us to provide animals with the space and resources they need to thrive, including ample space to move around, enrichment activities, and access to fresh food and water.
With your support, we aim to improve the quality of life for animals in captivity and help them lead happy and healthy lives.
Jan 2023 - Jan 2024
Please contact us if you are willing to sponsor or want to find out more about any of the following construction materials.
Round corner posts - 3m x 110mm
Heavy duty fence stays - 50mm
Square wire mesh (high breaking strain/predator wire) 2.4m high - 100mm x 100mm
Wire - 4.5mm (50kg rolls)
Square tubing - 50mm x 50mm x 2mm
Expanded metal sheets - 50mm square
Fencing offset brackets
A detailed budget and any allocations of contributions made to this project can be made available for anyone to see. Please contact us if you require more information.