Tourist AttractionsWildlife Care & Education
With over 100 animal ambassadors, and over 1,200 sick, injured, and orphaned animals brought to our center each year - every dollar counts. We rely solely on people like yourself to support the work we do.
We receive no State or Federal funding and depend entirely on private funds to carry out our Mission. We strive to give animals the best possible care, whether they are clinic patients or permanent residents. That commitment has been recognized, as we are accredited by the Zoological Association of America.
In addition to the rehabilitation clinic, Wildlife Images has more than 45 species of permanent residents, including a brown bear, a cougar, a gray fox and several species of raptors for visitors to see in the public-facing portion of the park.
The organization’s clinic, animal sanctuary, and education center are located on 24 acres of land adjacent to the wild and scenic section of Oregon’s famous Rogue River. Animals treated at Wildlife Images have included everything from baby squirrels and badgers to American bald eagles.