Well, many often wonder who takes all these animated pictures of the wonderful animals at IEAS. Well the answer is simple. The staff, volunteers and interns are responsible for these pictures! It is with the help of our Emotional Enrichment Program that we are able to get such great pictures...
We are throwing our third annual Water Weekend! This is a great time to bring your family out to see the amazing animals that call IEAS home. All you have to do is bring out a case of water (12 pack or more) for each person on your tour. This is not only cheaper than the suggested donation, but it will help provide water for the IEAS staff and tour guests...
We want to send a ROARING thank you to everyone who donated their Christmas trees this year! The enrichment hand out was a huge success: l...
This life-size bronze statue of Sabrina was just installed over the grave of Sabrina, the matriarch and queen of the sanctuary big cats. She died last November after a losing battle with cancer. She was like a family member to our Chairman, Louis Dorfman, who says,
"Sabrina was the most emotional big cat at the International Exotic Animal ...
Looking for a way to help IEAS? There are many businesses that will match an employee’s contribution to a charity of their choice. If you work for one of the companies below, your donation to the Sanctuary can be M...
The animals who live at the International Exotic Animal Sanctuary, due to truly unfortunate circumstances, will live their lives in a captive setting, rather than in the wild. This, however, does not mean they are domesticated! Many people have the misconception that, because they were raised by humans, tigers, lions, and other animals living in a captive setting, will be ...
Ever wonder where our interns end up after completing their three or six month internship at IEAS? Well we get asked that question a lot on tours and by future/current interns. The answer, 90% of our interns have moved on to other reputable facilities to provi...
We would like to thank everyone for voting for IEAS in the Fueling Good Challenge. We hope to have the results by next week. It is with the help of caring individuals such as you that we are able to continue providing these magnificent animals with the best quality life possible in captivity. Again, thank you all for your support, and we will keep you posted with upd...
The Staff of IEAS is starting off 2012 with a brand new John Deer Gator. The gators are a key component in the daily operations of the Sanctuary. In addition to using the vehicles to feed 300 pounds of meat daily, they assist us in cleaning the animal’s habitats and houses every week. We ...
Just about everyone in the world now has their own Facebook page set up.
Many of you will remember back in June when the three baby black bears arrived at IEAS after being orphaned. The three little bears were due to be euthanized a day after their mother was killed by an irresponsible hunter. Wyoming wildlife authorities called IEAS on a Saturday; by the following Monday, a generous benefactor had his private jet landing in Pinedale, Wyomin...
This summer is turning out to be one of the busiest summers yet for the International Exotic Animal Sanctuary (IEAS). Animals are in need of rescuing more than ever. On June 2nd, the International Exotic Animal Sanctuary rescued two white tiger cubs from East Texas. These two, eleven-month old Bengal Tigers were being kept illegally. Their owners brought them...
As you may remember, in 2008, Lucky was found trying to hibernate under someone's front porch in Alaska. The local police captured him before the Alaska Department of Fish and Game could intervene. Just hours before this bear was set to be euthanized, IEAS received a news flash from the Fish and Game, who was trying to find a home for this cub. IEAS had less than ten ho...
We just want to be sure everyone signs up to receive our electronic newsletter. Every month you will receive a newsletter with updates and even the Birthday animals for that month. The newsletters are very informative and help keep you connected to your favorite furry friends. In addition to the monthly newsletter, you will also receive any alerts we may ...
Just about everyone in the world now has their own Facebook page set up. It is by far the most popular social media website used by individuals and companies alike. For non-profits like IEAS, it is the best way to inform people of daily news about the Sanctuary and the animal residents. Facebook has been the key factor in raising money for non-profit orga...
Fall means that pumpkin season is here! Those same orange pumpkins that you decorate with on Halloween serve an entirely different purpose once the holiday is over! If they are lucky enough to make their way to the International Exotic Animal Sanctuary, they become enrichment for some of the most amazing and magnificent animals yo...
A month ago, IEAS continued fulfilling its mission by rescuing two new cubs to the Sanctuary. A three month old mountain lion cub and seven month old American black bear cub have begun settling into their new home, and we couldn’t be happier that we were able to rescue them!
The mountain lion cub is now named Thor. This little boy was brought to IEAS by th...