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Serenity Springs Wildlife Center, Calhan

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  • Loved out visit to the wildlife centerf, so many beautiful animals, in their forever homes, safe, protected, feed, and handled with care., There tigers are huge, and so amazing, the little guys, are s...  more »
  • I had read the reviews & was in the area, so tried to stop by SSWC. Couldn't find much info on their website, but upon returning home, found the place had been sold and animals redistributed to other ...  more »
  • Serenity Springs in Calhan, Colorado not only brings peace for the animals but for the visitors and volunteers as well. This is a special place that I fell in love with immediately. I knew I wanted to...  more »
  • I'm pissed.. we drove all the way from beulah for my birthday to see the animals and enjoy myself... Checked their website said it was open.. got to the gates and it says they are closed!! Thanks for ruining my entire day... Drove there for nothing with my family
  • If the allegations made are wrong, why did the USDA file a complaint against you? PETA is also working to close you facility. You can breed but should you breed? True sanctuaries do not breed. There are more tigers in captivity than in the wild. Go to the Big Cat Rescue site and it explains the plight of big cats bourn in captivity.
  • many of the animals are overweight and have hardly any enrichment. Didn't see much of a shelter for them either during harsh weather. Plus it seemed pretty crowded.
  • I visited on Saturday, May 28, 2016. The tour totally lacked organization, the presenter was pretentious, the instructions were condescending. I have no idea whether or not the work they do is legitimate. If they really care about there mission (and if their work is noble) they really need a much better person showing off their good works. As a consequence of the tour experience itself, I felt that a big chunk of a fine afternoon had been taken from me. I'm sorry I went.
  • This place mistreats their animals. Do not support captive breeding. Instead go to places like The Wild Animal Sanctuary where they actually rescue their animals and do not breed them!