St. Augustine Wild Reserve
The St. Augustine Wild Reserve provides visitors with a rare oppportunity to see wild animals up close. This facility houses over 50 large mammals ranging from tigers, lions and ligers to wolves. There are also over 30 smaller mammal species, including exotic squirrels, coati mundis, foxes, white-tailed deer, and various barn animals.
The founder of the St. Augustine Wild Reserve, Deborah Warrick, welcomes visitors to the reserve by scheduling a tour appointment. Unlike a zoo that is open to the public at all times, the Wild Reserve offers only private tours of their facility. Guests will tour the 7-acre compound with a guide who will introduce them to the animals along the way.
The mission of this non-profit animal reserve is wildlife education and conservation. They will also transport the exotic animals to schools, churches, and other programs for educational presentations so that people can learn more about wildlife conservation.