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At night time inside Riddle's Elephant and Wildlife Sanctuary you will learn about African and Asian elephants by watching movies, having discussions, and by helping prepare elephant food for them to eat during their meal time. Some of the things you will learn about while your inside the sanctuary maybe proper elephant care, where the elephants came from and the type of environment they enjoy living in. You will even learn about the behavior of the elephants and how they interact with each other as well as humans. Other things you will be able to do inside of Riddle's Elephant and Wildlife Sanctuary are meeting up with the new baby elephants and help take care of them as well. You will also be able to have the chance to choice an elephant to adopt and take care of, which you can find more out about by visiting their adoption website . Now adopting an elephant doesn't mean you get to take them home. All it means is you are going to donate a certain amount of money to help take care of your chosen elephant each month for the rest of his or her life, which by the way is a really awesome thing to do. Now when you sign up to adopt an animal you will receive a picture of that particular elephant you have adopted and will receive news letters by mail on how the elephant is doing, which I think is always neat to hear about. Another program they have at Riddle's Elephant and Wildlife Sanctuary an "International School Program. " The International School Program is for people who are seriously thinking about going to school to help take care of elephants or for people who just want to have the experience of taking care of wild African and Asian elephants. However, in order to take this course you must sign up for it and pay a two thousand dollar registration fee.

Wildlife in Alaska

Boat access is limited to private boats and rentals. You can also drive on roads adjacent to the refuge but there is no parking available. Another approach is to visit Sagamore Hill National Historic Site and take the ranger guided beach tour which is free of charge. It is easy to understand how a man who lived in the Oyster Bay area with his family and used Sagamore Hill as the Summer White House would want to save its wild beauty and protect the wildlife that lived there and in other spots all over the U. S. For more information about the Oyster Bay Refuge visit http://www.