Tour of our
while we stretch our limbs in our new center!
Duration: 1-2 hours
(Depending on the group)
We have over 200 animals to observe,
with some you can touch and or hold.
The Geological Center to dig and even take home some treasures you find!
And ends with a bag of freshly popped popcorn and some candy for the road.
For more details on our center click HERE
for the sale of:
Live and Frozen feeder mice and rats.
Dubia Roaches, Madagascar Hissing Roaches,
Mealworms, Crickets, Super worms,
Fruit Flies, and Micro Worms, to feed your animals.
We also offer options for feeding and keeping your live feeder animals and insects alive and well.
For more information about our Retail see our Merchandise Page HERE
If you are interested in donating goods, gift cards or money for the care of our animals,
please use the "DONATE" tab for monetary donations
and any goods can be dropped of at our Education Center or we can pick up if not too far a distance.
We also have a Wish List on AMAZON, if you so choose. Link to that: HERE
Truly ANYTHING helps!
We are still taking in
unwanted, injured, and or abused exotic animals
If you are able to donate towards their care would be greatly appreciated, and to
help support our cause of not releasing exotic animals in the woods or waters of Maine.
Peace and Love in these wild times.
Our Mission Statement
Our primary focus is on the welfare of the animals. We also strive to advocate on animal husbandry, conservation, and environmental awareness.
I have not been to the rescue education center but I have had to call Mr. Drew on more than one occasion to ask some reptile questions and he responded quickly. He was also very knowledgeable and kind. He is such a great source/person to have around. Also, years ago, he did a birthday party for my nephew and the kids loved him and his animals!
– Suzette Gravel, July 22, 2018
Mrs. Drew: email@example.com
Questions about booking parties or visiting our center?
Chris Dietrich (Center Manager):
Questions about the care of your animal, or looking to surrender?
Ari (Animal Manager):