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Left Hand Laurel – Liz Stroh-Coughlin

 
Series: Left Hand Laurel | Story 29

November 17, 2021

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This month's Left Hand Laurel goes to Niwotian Liz Stroh-Coughlin for the energy and time she gives to the Wild Animal Sanctuary.

More than 550 lions, tigers, bears, and other carnivores call 800 acres on The Wild Animal Sanctuary (TWAS) just outside of Keenesburg their forever home. It's the first and longest operating facility of its kind in the world.

Niwot, where Liz Stroh-Coughlin lives, is just 45 minutes from this incredible zoological non-profit facility. A Colorado native who lived in Los Gatos, Calif for 32 yea...



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