Not sure if this is in the right forum topic or not. Just wanted to know if anyone has heard of them or been there before. Pretty amazing place in my opinion. Supposedly one of only two accredited reptile/exotic animal, sanctuary/rescue in the U.S. So if there is an major criminal bust involving any exotic animals, largely reptiles, law enforcement goes to them or the other non-profit rescue for help. They only adopt out animals that make good pets unless you can prove that you know what your're doing (not everything is adoptable, including some that would make fine pets). Even adoption for your average kingsnake or leopard gecko is strict about whether or not you can provide for an animal. They require pictures of the enclosure you will use plus a description of the lighting/temps and what kind of diet you will supply. They also say they have the largest collection of venomous reptiles in the U.S. They also go out to schools, or schools go to them to teach kids about reptiles. Overall, it's seems like a pretty awesome place. They have quite a few tegus. Black and whites, reds, a blue and a couple albinos. They have a lot of animals that are illegal in the state of AZ, like crocs/gators and kinkoujou. I signed up to volunteer, too bad it's so freaking hot out there, was like 113.