On October 23, 1995, nine chimpanzees became the Wildlife Waystation’s newest residents. Dr. James Mahoney, of New York University School of Medicine, recounts the tremendous contributions these intelligent animals have made to humanity and medical science, as he introduces us to three of them. Here is their story.
One of two African Hornbills at the Wildlife Waystation, Cassidy has flamboyant markings, and the personality to match.
There are many reasons that wolves should not be living in suburbia, the main one is that they are meant to be part of a highly structured society called a pack.
Rescued nearly seven years ago in a drug raid, Drifter has evolved into one of the most stable, consistent, and well-mannered animals that the Waystation has.
In various native cultures, turtles symbolize, among other things, longevity, good luck, and steady determination..