Habitats for Howlers

 
$8,216
$0
Raised
Remaining
Jul 10, 2013

Update - Materials purchased

Wood we cleared for Isabelle and posts bought
Wood we cleared for Isabelle and posts bought

In our clearing, a lot of poison ivy, briars, diseased trees, and low branches were removed.  We did find a few lady slipper plants to relocate to a safe area though!  We are grateful to Warren Wilson College, AB Tech and a private boarding school for young women for giving their time to assist with the clearing.

(We did get Achilles habitat completed and it will be posted in another update.)

Currently, Isabelle is being introduced to Buddy, and hopefully they will become best friends and will cohabitate together in the new enclosure we hope to have completed soon.

Cross your paws that they like each other!  Arrrooooo!

Thank you all for your support! 

Supplies
Supplies
Supplies 2
Supplies 2
Cattle panel fencing
Cattle panel fencing
Brush
Brush
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Organization

Full Moon Farm, Inc.

Black Mountain, NC, United States
http://fullmoonfarm.org

Project Leader

Nancy Brown

President
Black Mountain, NC United States

Where is this project located?

Map of Habitats for Howlers