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    Sun 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Mon Closed
    Tue-Sat 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM



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Report | 3 months ago
Quit breeding your animals! No good sanctuary allows breeding!
Lisa C.
Report | 5 months ago
We loved our afternoon at DEW! Very impressed & it is nice to know our visit helps support this beloved sanctuary.
Nancy G.
Report | 6 months ago
Be sure to take the tour.
Rachel d.
Report | 6 months ago
Make sure to get the tour! It made all the difference.
Kelly M.
Report | 6 months ago
Make every effort to plan a trip to DEW Animal Kingdom & Sanctuary. We can't wait to go back and visit again! HIGHLY recommended!!
Melissa W.
Report | 6 months ago
We went through twice, and saw more that way. Love the animals!
Judy G.
Report | 6 months ago
Take time to read about the animals. If you want to feed them you need to purchase the food when you purchase your tickets and make sure you only feed the ones that are allowed the food. We saw a pair of lions and later we saw another pair. The male lion from the second pair was roaring to the other pair and they were just going back and forth. It was awesome, I've been to the Bronks Zoo, the San Diego Zoo and the Henry Dorley Zoo in Omaha and I've never seen or heard this. At the end of your walk through the Animal Kingdom there is a donation box. It is very expensive to house, feed and take care of all the animals, please help in whatever way you can. Most of all, ENJOY!
Melanie M.
Report | 6 months ago
Great little park close to home!!
Report | 7 months ago
Pack a picnic lunch, spend a few hours! Great place
Kelly K.
Report | 7 months ago
Fun. Bring a camera! The animals are up close.
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The 4-year-old lion Mufasa roams his cage, purring between bites of raw meat, as his sister, Tawana, roars behind him. Mufasa, dubbed ?Maine?s Little Lion King? by DEW Animal Kingdom and Sanctuary?s caretakers Bob and Julie Miner, may be the nonprofit sanctuary?s most visible inhabitant, but he?s far from its only attraction. Across 42 acres of land, the roars and deep purrs of big cats mix with the quacks of ducks and the snorts of pigs. Owners tend to gibbons, spider monkeys, and lemurs as they swing from trees inside a primate enclosure. Meanwhile, orphaned and injured native-Maine animals such as owls are sequestered for rehabilitation before being released back into the wild or signed for exclusive Tootsie Pops endorsements.

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