Wildlife Images is pleased to announce that, at this time, the park will remain open for visitors. The facility’s outdoor nature allows guests to maintain a social distancing of at least six feet from other guests during their visit. Wildlife Images recognizes this is a difficult time for families who have children home and very few options for education or entertainment. A visit to Wildlife Images provides both of these things while also allowing for recommended social distancing over the multiple acres of the park. The park wants to give people a place to go when so many options have been shuttered.
To provide a clean and safe environment for our guests, Wildlife Images has increased a sanitation schedule for high-touch areas, offered hand sanitizer in multiple locations, and positioned hand washing stations inside the park. Additionally, Wildlife Images has restricted access to “Eagle Flight,” the park’s only indoor exhibit. The Animal Ambassadors who call eagle flight home can still be seen from the outside viewing area during this time. Attendance numbers are not expected to peak over a safe threshold to maintain social distancing, but if they do approach that threshold, entrance to the park will be delayed.
Wildlife Images has also instructed all volunteers and staff to remain at home or work from home if they are sick or fall into a high risk category. At this time, no changes have been made to the non-profit’s Mother’s Day Brunch fundraiser but Wildlife Images is continually watching local, state, and federal recommendations and mandates.