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Ace Ventura recently visited the Sanctuary. Watch the
"Ace Venture Talks to Animals" YouTube video everyone is talking about!






We are one of 33 facilities in the United States accredited by
The American Sanctuary Association (ASA)

We are one of 14 facilities in the United States accredited by
The Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries GFAS



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Three Ring Ranch
Three Ring Ranch

Hawaii's only fully-accredited, USDA licensed, exotic animal sanctuary

We are currently open for V.I.P. tours only
(by appointment - learn more here)


Itís happening NOW!

The ďArtists for Animals Eggsellent EventĒ

20 artists, 20 ostrich eggs, 20 different creations
Vote now for your favorite eggs at https://www.gogophotocontest.com/artistsforanimalseggsellentevent

   
Each egg and each special art work will be auctioned off.
The Eggsellent auction goes live on 11/15/20 at 12 pm HST and ends on 11/28/20 12pm HST. The Auction link is https://www.charityauctionstoday.com/auctions/Artists-for-Animals-Eggsellent-Auction-15596

Adopt any of the 3RR animals via the auction. Yes, you can gift someone you love a zebra, a parrot, a tortoise or a goat. You can even make your uncle an actual monkey's uncle if you adopt one of our gang.
The art auction starts 11/15 but the animals can be bid on right now! Just follow this link: https://www.charityauctionstoday.com/auctions/Artists-for-Animals-Eggsellent-Auction-15596


Our mission is to positively impact the environment while educating Hawaii's children about their place in the natural world.
Our goal is to assist in the development of an environmentally responsible generation of youth. We teach about the fragile ecosystem we impact on a daily basis, while giving visitors a rare chance to see the animals up close.

Our resident animals live out their natural lives at the facility.

Due to our caring for wildlife, the Sanctuary has no regular, open hours for the public.
Private educational tours can be arranged by calling or the Sanctuary

WATCH: a short video of a release of a Hawaiian hoary bat
bat release video

READ: Big Island Traveler, "Home on the Range"
Spring 2016.

LISTEN: to Ann's interview on KWXX's Island Conversations with host Sherry Bracken
August 2020.

WE NEED YOUR HELP
TO SUPPORT THE SANCTUARY

100% of your tax-deductible donation goes to supporting the animals and our educational programs

donate here

The Three Ring Ranch
is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization
TIN 99-0344980