Join SWC on a Carolina Tiger Rescue Tour – Nov 21st @ 1pm

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Have you ever wondered what it takes to care for more than 50 exotic carnivores? Are you interested in learning about the challenges and dangers that wild cats face under private ownership and in their natural environments? Do you want to know how you can help? Then join Carolina Tiger Rescue for a tour you won’t soon forget.

On a tour led by trained volunteer tour guides, you’ll take a half-mile walk through the Carolina Tiger sanctuary and be within 6 feet of beautiful small cats such as tigers, lions, caracals, and cougars. Your tour guides will introduce you to each animal you see along the way and share with you their individual stories. Many resident animals have been rescued from roadside zoos, backyards, basements, and lives of exploitation at the hands of entertainment facilities. Today they thrive in large outdoor enclosures, receive a healthy and natural diet, get plenty of enrichment, and are cared for by knowledgeable professionals. Come get a glimpse into their lives and histories and learn how your daily choices impact the future of these beautiful and powerful predators.

Join South Wake Conservationists on Sunday, November 21st, 2021 for a Daytime Public Tour at Carolina Tiger Rescue, located at 1940 Hanks Chapel Rd, Pittsboro, NC 27312. We will be attending the 1:00 pm tour. Everyone will need to purchase their own tickets, which can be purchased online via their website here. All attendees, including free children 3 and under, must have their own reserved ticket. Tours are limited to 25 guests so it is highly recommended that you buy tickets as soon as possible since public tours often sell out.  

You must make your own reservation with Carolina Tiger Rescue, but please RSVP below as well so we know you will be joining us!


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