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Recent additions include two bearded dragons, a skink, a creamsicle snake and other slithering critters you won’t want to miss. And they can now be found at Sarasota Jungle Gardens. Lovable but rather destructive little creatures who exist on a diet of grass, rodent chow and the occasional toasted oat cereal or sweet potato treat.After an extensive examination by an avian veterinarian, Cheyenne was diagnosed with a severe metabolism deficiency, which, if left untreated, would have eventually killed her.Now happy and healthy, Cheyenne can be seen in our Birds of Prey show, presented twice daily.Most recently, the Gardens acquired “Who” the Barred Owl.“Who” was given to Sarasota Jungle Gardens by a local wildlife rescue organization.No alligator wrestling here, just the facts about Florida’s native dinosaurs!
Seek the tranquility and rejuvenation you need when you escape to the white sand beaches, world-class amenities and luxury destination that is The Resort at Longboat Key Club.Secluded along the southern end of Longboat Key, our Sarasota, Florida, beach resort is meant to cater to every desire from arrival to departure – leaving you refreshed and reinvigorated.“Who”, who cannot be returned to the wild has torn ligaments in its wing and can no longer fly.Another of our long time residents, Cheyenne, a Red Shouldered Hawk, was found in the wild with injuries and was given to Sarasota Jungle Gardens by the State of Florida, Freshwater Fish and Game Commission.Enjoy the privacy and exclusivity of our resort as you take in the warmth of Sarasota while relaxing poolside and sipping custom cocktails delivered right to your chair.
All of the Gardens’ Birds of Prey have been injured at one point in their lives and cannot be returned to the wild.