Our Mission

Wildlife Tree is focused on educating people to care for living things and to understand their environments. We want to inspire children to become wildlife advocates by learning about animals through imagination and play. When a child plays, they learn more and feel the most connected.

We support zoos, conservation, and animal education organizations all over the world who actively fight to save species and conserve wildlife.

About Us

Wildlife Tree has been a long time animal education company, originally with live animal programs for kids. Over time we have shifted into a animal focused retail company that supports zoos, conservation organizations as well as animal education organizations.

Why do we love animals so much? Well, it’s just always been the case…

Jenny Curtis

Owner Jenny Curtis has had a passion for animals her entire life and has always been on the forefront of exotic animal care. She has worked with veterinarians, zoos and education/conservation companies. She attended Moorpark College’s Exotic Animal Training and Management Program/America’s Teaching Zoo and continued to teach there are as faculty and staff. She started and ran an exotic animal education company and rescue in Central Florida, where they rescued and re-homed over 250 exotic animals (mostly from the illegal pet trade or domestic animal hoarding cases).

Why Choose Us?

Our animal ears and tails are Made in the USA and support local businesses in sunny Southern California. Our plush stuffed animals are super soft and show realistic animal characteristics and are available over a broad range of animal species. Each product runs through multiple inspections and are designed with quality and safety in mind. Along with free standard shipping to anywhere in the USA, there is always a satisfaction guarantee with each item, so if you don’t love it, we’ll replace or refund it!

Our Community

We use our social media platforms as an open space for the wildlife-loving and conservation-fighting people all over the world to create a community of support.

Our Conservation Partners