Wildlife Sanctuary Of Northwest Florida

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  • Address: 105 N S St, Pensacola, FL 32505, USA, United States
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  • Timings: 08:15 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Tags: Outdoors, Wildlife Sanctuary , Family And Kids

You and your kids will never forget your trip to the Wildlife Sanctuary of Northwest Florida for sure. It is a sanctuary as well as a non-profit organization that takes care of the orphaned and injured animals of all kinds. You will be happy to see how wonderfully the staff of this place take proper care of the animals while fostering them before their release to the wild. The authority of the Wildlife Sanctuary Of Northwest Florida encourages visitors also to offer help in bringing injured and stressed out animals to them if they find any. To support the noble activities of this sanctuary, you are welcome to donate also. 

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  • Bus 55 to stop - Pace Blvd & Gregory St

  • Wildlife Sanctuary Of Northwest Florida Address: 105 N S St, Pensacola, FL 32505, USA, United States
  • Wildlife Sanctuary Of Northwest Florida Timing: 08:15 am - 05:00 pm
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  • 91.95% of people who visit Pensacola include Wildlife Sanctuary Of Northwest Florida in their plan

  • 52.63% of people start their Wildlife Sanctuary Of Northwest Florida visit around 1 PM - 2 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Wildlife Sanctuary Of Northwest Florida

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95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Wildlife Sanctuary Of Northwest Florida

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Wildlife Sanctuary Of Northwest Florida Reviews & Ratings

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  • Beautiful place to meditate. There is a few benches and a nice walking path.

  • Rescued a baby squirrel, that was in the middle of the road, to the sanctuary. The staff was very nice and professional, and quickly took her in to cared for her. Later heard from staff that a foster mom was coming to get her that day. I walked through the sanctuary after that, and enjoyed myself thoroughly. It struck me that it was very peaceful for the public, but even more so for the wildlife. The Pavillion was especially nice, and I got some great pictures of the wildlife in the pond.

  • Very friendly and professional staff. Clean environment and family friendly atmosphere. We felt very fortunate to have such a great facility in our community to take care of our wildlife.

  • The workers were very caring and knowledgeable. I know that the baby bird that I dropped off will be well taken care of. I highly suggest bringing orphaned or injured wild animals to this place.

  • The staff are kind and thoughtful. They took in a fledgling blue jay that had been attacked by a cat and couldn't leave the ground anymore. They're good people that care.

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