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Check Out Our New YouTube Channel

Did you ever wonder what it’s like to be at a sanctuary? Now you can catch a glimpse of everyday life at the sanctuary, via our new YouTube channnel. We don’t have fancy video equipment, but we can catch brief clips of the chickens, cows, ducks, and horses going about their days. Turn up the volume so that you can hear what we hear all day every day: Roosters crowing to each other in the forest and across the fields.

The ancestors of chickens evolved in South Asian forests. Roosters stay at the periphery of each flock’s foraging area, watching out for predators. They keep track of each other’s position by crowing. You can hear them as you watch some of the ducks at the sanctuary doing the simple things ducks in meat and foie gras factories never get to do: swim and stretch their wings under an open sky.

3 comments to Check Out Our New YouTube Channel

  • nita marie moccia
    i am so grateful for all of you….thanks miriam for all of your supportive emails and help with my pigeons and seagul i will be back to volunteer for you real soon! glad you went to you tube! now the rest of the hurtinh world can know that there is “local” help for abused, neglected, abandoned, and just “plain sick of ya” animals……. have a very vegan holiday
  • nita marie moccia
    i am so grateful for all of you….thanks miriam for all of your supportive emails and help with my pigeons and seagul i will be back to volunteer for you real soon! glad you went to you tube! now the rest of the world can know that there is “local” help for abused, neglected, abandoned, and just “plain sick of ya” animals……. have a very vegan holiday
  • bravebird
    Nita, thank you for all YOU do for animals.

    I hope you had an excellent holiday yourself — hang in there. :-)

    Miriam

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