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Rescue

Our Rescue Center collaborates with the corresponding authorities in accordance with the Law of Environment and Protection of Wild Fauna. We provide shelter for displaced native animals. Most of these animals were confiscated from the illegal trade, and some have been abandoned by their previous owners, once deemed unfit as pets.
The animals brought to our unit will be able to live in their natural environment, some in large enclosures and others in semi-captivity, depending on their behavior and ability to live in peace with the other animals in the center.

Animals that are identified as eligible will be transferred to a rehabilitation and reintroduction site, with the ultimate goal of being released into the wild.

Environmentalist Tour

The experience consists of a tour of approx 4 hours. Through our facilities where we house more than 80 wild animals of 23 different species, on the tour you can have a close encounter with some of them under the careful supervision of our guides, learn about pollination and the harmless stingless Melipona bee and taste its powerful and nutrient-rich honey.
The animals brought to our unit will be able to live in their natural environment, some in large enclosures and others in semi-captivity, depending on their behavior and ability to live in peace with the other animals in the center.

Animals that are identified as eligible will be transferred to a rehabilitation and reintroduction site, with the ultimate goal being their release into the wild.

 

Cenote Tumben Ha / Flora and Fauna

A true oasis in the middle of the Mayan jungle. Cenotes since the Pre-Hispanic Era have been a symbol of duality, since they represented life and death. Just as they were a symbol of life, the cenotes for the Mayans also represented the gateway to the world of the dead: the Xibalbá. They visualized this world beyond the underground water and the caverns were the beginning of this path, in the same way various ritual ceremonies were performed, of which also vestiges. Our cenote is home to turtles and iguanas. frogs and butterflies. Surrounded by palms and ferns, guayas, coconut palms, and cocoa and gum trees, swallows and Toh Birds, better known as “bird of the cenotes”, also nest on its walls. The Toh Birds are distinguished by having a long pendulum-shaped tail and by the color of its plumage of green and blue tones.The Mayans believed that, if you wanted to reach one, you had to follow its song.
At the end of the tour, immerse yourself in it. Clean water. Water heals

Animals that are identified as eligible will be transferred to a rehabilitation and reintroduction site, with the ultimate goal being their release into the wild.

Volunteering

If you enjoy getting your hands dirty and love helping animals. There is always plenty to do at our rescue. Your help is always welcomed! Sign Up Today

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