Help Snowdon save Idaho's Wildlife!

All donations received go directly to the care of orphaned and injured wildlife. Donations go toward food, medical care, and other expenses. Help us help them!

A fundraising campaign for Snowdon Wildlife Sanctuary

Snowdon Wildlife Sanctuary was started in 1989 by Linda DeEulis to provide a place for injured or orphaned wildlife to have a second chance for survival. Snowdon is located in Central Idaho in the small mountain town of McCall and is located  7 miles from town. All our animals are placed in spacious outdoor enclosures with natural vegetation. Since its beginning, we have cared for a variety of different birds and mammals. Some of the animals we have cared for include black bear cubs, white-tail and mule deer fawns, bobcats, foxes, squirrels, skunks, as well as a plethora of bird species including raptors and songbirds. It is our mission to try and help as many of these animals as we can and release them back into the wild.

The summer months bring many baby animals through our doors. These animals require warmth, hydration, and species-specific formula. Your donations contribute to buying supplies for these animals. Every donation we receive goes toward buying food/formula, medicine, enclosure updates/repairs, as well as general operating expenses. Since we are off the electrical grid, everything that requires power must be run by our propane generators. All donations are welcome. Thank you for caring about our wildlife!  check out our website here!


              Our two educational ambassadors. Indy, the Peregrine Falcon (left) and Merlin, the Great-horned Owl (right)

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About the Organization

Snowdon Wildlife Sanctuary

Snowdon Wildlife Sanctuary is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit located in McCall, ID. Our mission is to rehabilitate and return injured and orphaned wildlife to the wild; and through its sub-programs, to provide hands-on educational opportunities for our youth and communities in order to promote a healthy coexistence with wildlife and our ecosystem. Snowdon specializes in the rehabilitation of local wildlife inclusive of orphaned baby birds and mammals; and injured small mammals, songbirds, waterfowl, and raptors. The 35 acre sanctuary provides native habitat and natural conditions that help rehabilitated wildlife assimilate back into the wild.