Habitats for Howlers

by Full Moon Farm, Inc.
Jul 31, 2013

Achilles' in his Habitat!

A proud woofer!
A proud woofer!

Wow, a work in progress, but Mr. Achilles is safe and secure in his new 1500+ square foot habitat.


Supplies were bought with your generous donations, labor provided by varaious groups and volunteers.  A big shout out to Warren Wilson College and AB Tech for their assistance and volunteering.  Our caretaker Nathaniel was instrumental every step of the way, and since Achilles 'loves' him, it was reciprocated, and a true labor of love.

Here are some pictures for you to enjoy, and our May newsletter featured Achilles in in new enclosure.

We have had satellite/internet problems at the farm, and our rain amounts are 23 inches above normal. so we are a bit behind in posting pictures.  Hopefully, the satellite technician that was out on Monday fixed everything, and all the pictures and updates will come through.

Achilles says Arrroooo and Tank Woo to all the supporters who made this happen. 

His new bucket in his new habitat!
His new bucket in his new habitat!
Relaxing after checking it out!
Relaxing after checking it out!
A bit of canine humor - The Christening!
A bit of canine humor - The Christening!
A long distance view
A long distance view



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Organization Information

Full Moon Farm, Inc.

Location: Black Mountain, NC - USA
Website: http://fullmoonfarm.org
Project Leader:
Nancy Brown
Black Mountain, NC United States

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