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Behind the Scenes Wildlife Center Tour - JULY 28, 2019
Our "Behind-the-scenes” tours for ages 10 and up features the opportunity to join a member of our team in a small group setting to tour our facility, see our educational ambassadors, our current patients, outdoor enclosure area and classroom. Most all of these areas are not open for the public to view except for these tours. Cost: $25 per person for a 45 minute guided tour plus 15 minutes in our gift shop that we’ll open just for this you. We do not interact with our animals during this tour. Interactions are exclusively for our LUV nights. (See LUV Night events on our website or our Eventbrite page.)  Maximum of 8 people per tour. Photography may be restricted in some areas. When pictures are allowed, if they are posted on social media, we ask that you make sure you add that the animals pictured “are rescued animals under the care of Second Chances Wildlife Center”. This prevents people from thinking it’s ok or legal to try to keep one of these animals as a pet.  This tour is subject to cancellation due to inclement weather conditions. We will notify you in time to make arrangements. We will give you two other dates to choose from to make up for the cancellation.  We apologize for any inconvenience, but our tour sales are final. This is because our volunteer team are asked to drive sometimes 90 minutes just to lead your tour.   Please review our visitation rules  Please arrive no earlier than 10 minutes prior to the tour. We will not begin the tour until promptly on the tour hour. Parking is the gravel lot in front of the medical building (front building). Tours begin at the lower level door. ----------------------- VISITATION RULES: Second Chances Wildlife Center is a sanctuary for animals. Your ability to abide by the following rules directly influence our ability – and willingness – to allow visitation. Very few true sanctuaries and rehabilitation facilities are open to visitors. Please do your part to ensure that you, and others, might enjoy this privilege now and in the future!   Sorry, no pets or service animals are permitted on our center’s property. This is due to the nature and needs of predatory species on premises.  Photography IS permitted but see above on restrictions.  Shirts and shoes must be worn at all times.  No running or “horseplay”. There is a new park in Mt Washington just a few miles away if you are looking for a great option for outdoor recreation. No loud voices as yelling and people making weird animal sounds are very scary to our residents.  Allow sleeping animals to sleep. Please do not try to wake or tap on any cage. Please do not touch any cages or stick fingers in cages. Our animals can bite. And do bite. Our team members do not.  We do not allow anyone to feed our animals as they are on a very strict diet, all with varied needs. We do, however, accept donations listed on our website wish list. These gifts are tax deductible.

When: Jul 28, 2019 2pm in Mount Washington, Kentucky

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About Mount Washington, MA
The Town of Mount Washington Massachusetts was founded in 1779 and is located in Berkshire County. Mount Washington is one of the smallest towns in regards to the population which lists 140 year round residents.

Mount Washington has many outdoor scenic attractions such as Bash Bish Falls and Mt. Everett which is the second highest peak in Massachusetts.

The town takes pride in its immaculate beauty as well as being home to many rare plants and animals.