Huggy turns 10!
Huggy turns 10!
Whistler turns 13!
Bobby turns 23!
Michael turns 15!
Staff and interns of TCWR are taking part in Endangered Species Day! Come join us as we learn about the importance of national and international conservation efforts to protect endangered species and their habitats all around the world.
TCWR is a true sanctuary that rescues abused and neglected big cats and bears. Come visit us on Animal Sanctuary Day to see why supporting true sanctuaries is so important.
Join Turpentine Creek staff and interns on July 29th to help raise awareness about the declining tiger population. A hundred years ago, 100,000 tigers roamed Asia. Today fewer than 4,000 remain in the wild. Come and take part in fun and educational activities to learn how you can help save tigers all across the world.
Join Turpentine Creek staff and interns on August 8th at Turpentine Creek to learn more about the animals that call Turpentine Creek home!
Join Turpentine Creek staff and interns to learn and see the lions that call Turpentine home!
Black cats, domestic and wild, are commonly thought to be bad luck or bad omens. Here at TCWR we are home to one black, or melanistic, leopard named Spyke. Come visit us to learn how to help black cats of all shapes and sizes, including Spyke!
Come visit us at TCWR on October 29th and join us in celebrating International Cat Day! This is a day used to raise awareness for homeless domestic cats of all species and backgrounds, and to explore ways to help and protect them. Here at TCWR, we are a forever home to exotic cats. But, there is an ever growing problem of homeless domesticated cats in neighborhoods all around the world. Come join us in finding solutions to some of the issues that our feline friends, wild and domestic, are facing.
Join our wildlife interpreters throughout the day as they discuss Bam Bam and other bear necessities.
Come and join us at TCWR on Wildlife Conservation Day, December 4th. Did you know many species, from all over the world, are endangered due to harmful actions of humans; from hunting and wildlife trafficking to the destruction of their habitats. Through tours and small talks, discover how you can help stop the number of endangered species from rising and how to help the ones whose numbers are already extremely low.
Visit TCWR for National Animal Rights Day as we discover how we can help stop the abuse that wildlife endure from humans. This is a day dedicated to spread awareness on all wildlife established by the non-profit Our Planet. Theirs Too. Join TCWR staff as we explore different opportunities to become their voice and help stop their suffering.