Our New Home

Watch this site to keep up with the progress as we grow into our new home.

Liberty Wildlife is finally realizing its dream of relocating to a stunning, state-of-the-art, sustainable building. This move will enable us to better serve the needs of Arizona’s wildlife as well as the needs of the community. This new home will be a model of stewardship of nature – allowing us to continue our goal of nurturing the nature of Arizona.

Our new facility will allow us to do many things.

  • Be open to the public
  • Expand our services to the community and state, including rehabilitation of native species, natural history and conservation education, and science and conservation consultation
  • Host on-site demonstrations, workshops, and speakers
  • Provide for expanded volunteer internship opportunities
  • Offer youth volunteer opportunities
  • Provide greater and easier access for the entire community needing help with wildlife issues and concerns

Our facility has been designed by Phil Weddle of Weddle Gilmore Architects. It emphasizes “green building” techniques, exemplifying ways to live and work in a desert environment while conserving resources in passive and “low-tech” ways.

Click on these conceptual renderings to enlarge:

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Recent aerial view

Recent aerial view

NEW LAYOUT
Progress as of 25 October, 2015

Footings for flight enclosures

Footings for flight enclosures

Future home of the digital radiology unit

Future home of the digital radiology unit

Aviary and Education wing

Aviary and Education wing

Water and sewer going in

Water and sewer going in