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  • American Buff Geese


    We are American Buff Geese and we are on the Livestock Conservancy list of Critically Endangered Heritage Breeds.

    We don't cost very much to keep and can fit very nicely in a back yard with a baby pool. If you'd like to help save our breed by adopting one or two of our babies when we have them, that would be so great! If you can't have one of our baby goslings for your very own, would you consider sponsoring us?


    What Do American Buff Geese Need?

  • Miniature Horses


    My name is Cookie and I'm a registered miniature horse.

    No I'm not critically endangered but I am a therapy horse.I love to have visitors pet me and feed me carrots, apples or peppermints. Please remember to bring these for me when you come to visit, ok?

    I love to be loved!  Pet me, brush me, braid my hair and feed me carrots, apples or peppermints. I love to eat so I'm always on a diet, but feed me anyway, ok?

    What Do Minis Need?

  • Morgan Horses


    The Morgan horse is one of the earliest horse breeds developed in the United States.  Tracing back to the foundation sire Figure, later named Justin Morgan after his best-known owner, Morgans served many roles in 19th-century American history, being used as coach horses and for harness racing, as general riding animals, and as cavalry horses during the American Civil War on both sides of the conflict.

  • San Clemente Island Goats


    San Clemente Island is located off the coast of southern California. It is owned by the U.S. government and used and managed by the U.S. Navy. Goats were first introduced to the island from a previously seeded population that was imported from Santa Catalina Island to San Clemente Island in 1875. When the U.S. Navy eventually became responsible for the island in 1934, hunting and trapping of the goats was allowed up until 1972. At this time a survey concluded that there were 15,000 goats on the island and that they represented a nuisance to native plants and wildlife.

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