Hawaii's only fully-accredited, USDA licensed, exotic animal sanctuary
Founded in 1998, the Three Ring Ranch is a private,
non-profit, exotic animal sanctuary located on five acres above Kona. It is home to zebras, nene, hawks, owls, flamingos and reptiles, as well as many other rare, endangered and exotic creatures.
Licensed by the USDA, we hold State and Federal
wildlife permits for rehabilitation and possession of
raptors and endangered species.
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.
Native animals brought to us with injuries are cared for and released when able. Our resident animals live out their natural lives at the facility.
In addition to caring for exotic animals already within the State, we also serve as an amnesty station where alien species can be brought
"Background Music to Reduce Startle Response in Wild Avian Species During Rehabilitation"
READ THE ORIGINAL RESEARCH ARTICLE
written by Ann and her interns and published in the
Journal of Wildlife Rehabilitation.
Link to Mixed Species Survey
Due to our caring for wildlife, the Sanctuary has no regular, open hours for the public.