El Refugio

El Refugio

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Calle 1B #66B-30 B/ Barrio El Refugio, Santiago de cali / We are a nonprofit based out of Cali that believes in educating the next generation on issues of animal welfare and environmental sustainability.
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Two young hummingbirds rest in their nest while their parents look for food!

Two young hummingbirds rest in their nest while their parents look for food!

A hummingbird nest rests on one of branches!

A hummingbird nest rests on one of branches!

A wild bird native to the area appears to munch on leftovers.

A wild bird native to the area appears to munch on leftovers.

A snapshot of the view of our might jungle featuring the hummingbird feeders.

A snapshot of the view of our might jungle featuring the hummingbird feeders.

When they have babies, Titi Gris fathers carry their babies on their back as part of the child-rearing process.

When they have babies, Titi Gris fathers carry their babies on their back as part of the child-rearing process.

The Morrocoy Turtle eats an egg as a good source of protein.

The Morrocoy Turtle eats an egg as a good source of protein.

Venus, our three legged fox, licks her lips after having her meal.

Venus, our three legged fox, licks her lips after having her meal.

Rojito relaxes on the branches.

Rojito relaxes on the branches.

Julian, our zookeeper, gently holds our pygmy hedgehog.

Julian, our zookeeper, gently holds our pygmy hedgehog.

Una de nuestras caimanes ve a la cámara.

Una de nuestras caimanes ve a la cámara.

A close-up view of one of our caymans!

A close-up view of one of our caymans!

Los dos caimanes en su recinto. Ellos encantan se relajan en la agua.

Los dos caimanes en su recinto. Ellos encantan se relajan en la agua.

Peekaboo, Kinkajou!

Peekaboo, Kinkajou!

Our toucan strikes a pose for the camera!

Our toucan strikes a pose for the camera!