Rocky Mountain Wildlife will continue operating

From ANIMAL PEOPLE, November 2006:
The Rocky Mountain Wildlife Conservation Center, in
Keenesburg, Colorado, on October 16, 2006 announced that it had
received enough funding to stay open. “We’re still not out of the
woods,” founder Pat Craig told Denver Post staff writer Christine
Tatum. The 26-year-old sanctuary houses about 150 animals,
including 75 tigers and 30 bears, on 140 acres. Craig warned on
August 15, 2006 that it was out of money and might close, then
closed to public visits on September 2.

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