We at Shambala are looking into the future so we can provide sanctuary for additional animals. Prior to this it is our responsibility to renovate 12 compounds to meet our high standards which greatly exceed the standards put forth by all the various public agencies. We are currently nearing the completion of two new compounds.

Safety, security and expanse of the enclosures is of primary importance for all concerned at the Shambala Preserve both animal and human. To illustrate how we are exceeding current regulatory mandates, these new compounds are comprised of 1200 linear feet of fencing enclosing 168,800 square feet of space at a cost of over $100,000.

Photos by  Bill Dow  2018 The Roar Foundation
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The Roar Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization.
Shambala is a member of the American Sanctuary Association.