KFBG will be temporarily closed for internal activities on 13th and 14th November 2021. We are sorry for the inconvenience caused.
KFBG resumed normal opening hours
KFBG resumed its normal opening hours from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Sunday. For health and safety reasons, crowd management arrangements will limit visitors to 1,000 persons at any one time, and 3,000 persons daily. No advance booking is required for admission of individual visitors. Visitors will be requested to wear face masks, sanitise their hands and body temperature taken, and not gather in groups larger than four persons. Guided tours, experiential activities and self-guided group tours will be temporarily suspended until further notice.
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The Jim Ades Raptor Sanctuary depends on your support. Your donation will help feed, house, and provide medical care for our resident Raptors, who are unable to return to the wild due to disabilities and permanent injuries.
Knowing what to do when you find a baby bird can greatly increase its chance of survival. To decide whether or not to take action next time you spot a baby bird on the ground, click here and follow the helpful flow chart.