Rehabilitation services for
orphaned baby birds and mammals
and injured small mammals, songbirds, waterfowl, and raptors.
Snowdon is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. We specialize in the rehabilitation of local wildlife inclusive of orphaned baby birds and mammals; and injured small mammals, songbirds, waterfowl, and raptors. Snowdon Wildlife Sanctuary is the only facility in Idaho that fully exceeds the minimum international and national standards for housing (floor area and height) for rehabilitating orphaned bear cubs. Our facility also provides native wildlife habitat and natural conditions that help orphaned bears assimilate back into the wild.
The 15th Idaho Black Bear Cub to arrive at Snowdon for the Winter 2015-16 season arrived January 2, 2016 from Weippe,...
Happy Holidays, All! 2015 has been such a great year and we appreciate the support of each and every one...
Get your copy of this unique, limited edition book at the Franz Witte Winter Fundraiser, Fri-Sat Dec. 11-12 from 11...
Snowdon Wildlife Sanctuary is the featured cover story in the November 2015 issue of Take-A-Look magazine, published by Press in the...
Cubs Win! Twelve (12) Hungry Bear Cubs Receive 3 Pallets of Food from ZAMZOWS! (Nampa, Idaho – November 5, 2015)...
We would not be able to accomplish our work without grants from supporting organizations.
Grants from The Idaho Community Foundation provided through the Perc H. Shelton and Gladys A. Pospisil Shelton Foundation Advised Fund and The Whittenberger Foundation have provided grants to support our Intern Program.
Two grants gave us a start on our goal to fund replacement of the large raptor flight cage: $1,000 from The Bernice Barbour Foundation and $5,000 from The Wildlife Support Charitable Trust. Construction on the flight cage will begin in 2016. The Wildlife Support Charitable Trust has followed up with an additional $5,000 to help with our projects.
The McCall-Donnelly Education Foundation and the J.A Wedum Foundation have funded the development of six unique trunks to help youth learn about area wildlife and birds and to prepare projects that demonstrate wildlife stewardship.