Since 1981, Animal Ark has provided a safe haven for injured, abandoned and otherwise non-releasable wildlife.
Animal Ark is located north of Reno on thirty-eight acres and primarily features native North American predators, though a few exotic species have found a home there. Animal Ark educates tens of thousands of children and adults a year about ecological principles and wildlife by providing special programming events and educational tours.
An animal sanctuary not too far from Reno. The bear feeding starts shortly after opening and was a great way to start the day. Snacks are hidden throughout... Read More
I went there the first weekend of September with a group of photographers to shoot the cheetah run. Cheetahs are listed by the US as an endangered species... Read More
Animal Ark opens for the season March 28th
The Animal Ark will re-open from our winter closure and we invite you to visit!
Animal Ark On The Wind Cheetah Run
Enjoy majestic balloons as they grace the skyline at dawn and watch our cheetahs Moyo and Jamar...
Animal Ark Paws & Claws 2015
Animal Ark invites you to a brand new event! Paws & Claws will leave paw prints on your heart.