Meet our animals
The ostrich is the largest and heaviest living bird.
As its species name, camelus, suggests, the ostrich was once known as the “camel bird” because of its long neck, prominent eyes, and sweeping eyelashes, as well as its jolting walk.
These guys are all the way in the back of the farm. They have been known to try and bite cell phones and hands, so please be cautious!
Ostriches – These guys are all the way in the back of the farm. They have been known to try and bite cell phones and hands, so please be cautious!
You’ll find baby pigs in the first of the brown pens. They are really cute, but also kind of shy!
Our rabbits are hanging out in the second brown pen.
Our chicks are hanging out with our rabbits while their long-term home gets built.
To the left of the goats are our Alpacas. They’re a little bit shy, but if you give them some time, they’ll come up to the fence and say hello!
You’ll find our goats in the center pens. If you aren’t careful they will chew on your shirt, your jeans, and your camera straps!
To the right of the goats and towards the ostriches, you’ll see our sheep. If you say hello, they’ll say it back – as long as you say it in Baaaaaaahs!
Ostrich Fun Facts
Habitat and Diet
Fact VS Fiction
Humans have had a long association with ostriches due primarily to the birds’ feathers. Records show the ancient Egyptian, Assyrian, and Babylonian empires all actively groomed, farmed, and traded ostrich plumes.