At Wildlife Images You Can Expect To See And Get Close To Cougars, Bears, Wolves, Reptiles And Birds. More Than 1000 Wildlife Ambassadors Are Being Cared For At This Non-Profit Living Laboratory Just West Of Grants Pass, Oregon
Whether you are visiting Southern Oregon and the Rogue Valley, or are fortunate enough to live here, stopping by Wildlife Images in Grants Pass and taking a tour is a fun and educational way to spend a couple of hours. Wildlife Images is a non-profit "living laboratory" for the care and treatment of sick, injured or orphaned wildlife.
Established in 1981 on the wild and scenic portion of the Rogue River 12 miles west of Grants Pass,Wildlife Images cares for over 1,000 animals that are mostly indigenous to the Pacific Northwest. When you take the tour, which will normally require an advanced telephone reservation, an informative and friendly guide will take you on an educational journey into a world that can rarely be seen in the wild, but at Wildlife Images allows you to see these animals in a safe, up-close setting. At Wildlife Images you'll see black bears, possibly a grizzly or polar bear, cougars, bobcats, wolves and more. Reptiles and birds are well represented by the presence of pythons: 8-Ball and Cue Ball, bald eagles, blue herons and owls, to name a few. You never know for sure what wildlife is currently being cared for at their unique rehabilitation center until you get there, but what you can count on is fun for all ages.
11845 Lower River Rd
Grants Pass, OR 97526
Reservations & Info: 541-476-0222