Good Friday afternoon from T.I.G.E.R.S. Preserve and Preservation Station in Myrtle Beach! If you have never experienced a hands-on, up close and personal animal exhibit, now is the time to visit! The season is in full swing!
T.I.G.E.R.S. is home to an extensive collection of rare and endangered animals like tigers, lions, elephants, bears, wolves, and orangutans and is a leading advocacy group in protecting animals and encouraging conservation and sustainability. Over the last decade T.I.G.E.R.S. has donated over 200 thousand dollars, as well as time, effort and expertise, to grassroots conservation programs in Asia and Africa.
Last February, the subject of one of my posts was The Myrtle Beach Marathon and the appearance of a number of these animals in race activities.
Just recently announced, The 17th Annual Myrtle Beach Marathon next February will again be transformed into a jungle scene. Race organizers have partnered with the Rare Species Fund for International Wildlife Conservation to create a weekend filled with wild animal encounters and opportunities to connect with rare species that you’ve only seen on television.
For an unforgettable experience, make plans to be in Myrtle Beach in February!
Learn more about conservation efforts for elephants, tigers, ligers, orangutans, gibbons, apes and more. To get started on your own interactive tour while helping this amazing foundation, visit www.myrtlebeachsafari.com.