Good afternoon from T.I.G.E.R.S. Preserve! It’s the end of the week for some of us!
Recently, the staff wrapped up the end of its ninth season. The Institute for Greatly Endangered and Rare Species is a unique fifty-acre wildlife preserve housing more than 100 rare and endangered animals. Founded in 1982, the Preserve and its satellite Preservation Stations received an overwhelming amount of interest from visitors who wanted an opportunity to “experience” up-close encounters with some of the world’s most beautiful and endangered animals. Beginning in the Spring of 2006, the Myrtle Beach Safari opened it’s doors into another world rarely seen by even the most well-traveled conservationists.
As a participant in the Myrtle Beach Safari, you are helping the following RSF-approved wildlife programs around the world:
- Elephants of Africa Rescue Society
- Smithsonian Institution
- Small Wildcat Conservation Foundation
- International Elephant Foundation
- Matabeleland World Wildlife Heritage Site
- Cheetah Conservation Fund
- Endangered Wildlife Trust
- Humane Society
- Raptor Research Foundation
- Cheetah Outreach
- Black-Footed Cat Working Group
- Predator Conservation Trust
- Fishing Cat Research and Conservation Project
- Orangutan Foundation International
- Tiger Lantern Project
- And Many More…
Please learn more about these amazing programs through our archived newsletters and Rare Species Fund website.