Rescues Keep Luang Prabang Wildlife Sanctuary Busy

The new multi-species Luang Prabang Wildlife Sanctuary has been busy with rescues.

Recent additions include a pair of young female Assam macaques, who had been tied by the neck with wire. They were joined by a pygmy slow loris and a crested serpent eagle.

β€œWe’re overjoyed to have the opportunity to help other species however this creates a need for additional facilities. For many of the smaller species we can build enclosures quite quickly, for a modest cost,” a spokesperson said.

β€œHelp us out by becoming a monthly donor. Building a base of monthly donors is vital to our operations. Even a small monthly donation makes a huge difference.”

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