Additional Species

Resources About Additional Species

An introduction to chukars, including background on their native habitat and natural behaviors for your animal sanctuary!
An introduction to chukars, including background on their native habitat and natural behaviors for your animal sanctuary!
While this resource isn’t an exhaustive guide for all aspects of caring for ostriches, it strives to provide an introduction into ostriches care for
While this resource isn’t an exhaustive guide for all aspects of caring for ostriches, it strives to provide an introduction into ostriches care for rescues and sanctuaries.
A group of five rock pigeons sit on fence as a sixth pigeon flies to join them
How pigeons have come to need the care and attention of rescuers and sanctuary!
How pigeons have come to need the care and attention of rescuers and sanctuary!
Two images side by side. The image on the left depicts a young peacock standing next to a peahen on top of logs. On the right, there is an image of a peacock standing on top of a tall aviary with his tail reaching the ground.
An introduction to the history and general characteristics of peafowl for your sanctuary or rescue.
An introduction to the history and general characteristics of peafowl for your sanctuary or rescue.
Learn 4 ways you can advocate for fishes in this handy infographic!
Learn 4 ways you can advocate for fishes in this handy infographic!

Fun Facts About Fishes

Did you know fishes can get the blues? It is true. There have been a number of studies that have revealed that fishes can have a “glass half full” or “glass half empty” approach to new experiences, depending on their previous ones.
Smile! We also know that at least some fishes can recognize and remember different human faces.
Did you know that fishes learn from each other and important information can actually be passed down through generations? Basically, one family of fishes can have cultural traditions (certain behaviors, feeding techniques, preferred locations etc.) unique to their family that are passed along to the next generation and so on.

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