Each day at TCWR is a new day full of adventures and projects from habitat building, weed eating, conducting tours and educational presentations, to making enrichment. We are always growing in order to help rescue animals in need. At the same time, we are expanding the way we educate our visitors on how they can help be the voice for wildlife. We realized needed a centralized location to conduct our educational activities, a meeting space for tours, and seating areas. We are excited to announce that we have built a well-needed pavilion in our discovery area!
The pavilion will offer an area for our guests while attending a presentation or while observing the cats. During the heat of the summer, it will be a great location to get out of the sunshine. The kids during summer day camp will also have a great area to enjoy their activities in the shade. Having the pavilion gives us the ability to have an area for small school group talks. The pavilion is the first step to our progress in the creation of our Education Center that will have a large classroom and educational/interactive exhibits throughout the building. Education is the key to stop the abuse that wildlife face every day. We are very excited to be one step closer to offering our visitors an amazing experience!