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All visits and tours are temporarily on hold

Due to the current outbreak of the Avian Flu here in Oregon, we are doing everything we possibly can to keep our chickens and other birds safe. While this virus is not contagious to humans, people can unwittingly carry it on their shoes, so we are limiting the number of people on the sanctuary and preserve grounds. Thank you for your interest and understanding. We hope you’ll check back with us and come for a visit when this outbreak is over. The information below will let you know what we offer and what you can expect. 

Come meet the animals!

We offer private, guided tours of the sanctuary where you'll get to meet with many of the animals, learn about their lives before and since arriving at the sanctuary. By appointment only; we cannot accommodate drop-in visits. Learn more about visiting on our Q& A page.   

Take a guided nature hike. 

Come explore the wild side of Wildwood! One of our knowledgeable guides will take your group on a fascinating hike through woods, oak savannas and beautiful meadows. Your guide will explain how each part of this delicate ecosystem benefits the other and what we are doing to restore and preserve this precious landscape.

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Making sure you have a safe, enjoyable experience. 

While covid is still an issue, our guides will be masked and we ask that all members of your party mask up, too. Please wear hiking boots or sturdy sneakers (it can get muddy!), bring sunscreen and a water bottle. Tours last approximately two hours. We welcome children of all ages when accompanied by an adult. It's a great way to teach children respect and compassion for farm animals, wildlife and nature. A donation of $200 covers your entire party of up to six people.

Tours are given June through September. Please email us if you'd like to take a tour and we'll contact you to schedule a date. 

Events

Wildwood has several events at our sanctuary throughout the year. Keep an eye on our Facebook and Instagram page for information on upcoming events.